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How To Use Slack To Supercharge Your Disqus Moderation

Posted by Tony Hue on April 27, 2016

At Disqus, we love using Slack for team communication and collaboration. And based on recent conversations and survey results from publishers, a lot of you agree. In this post, we’ll provide some examples of how you can use Slack to help you better moderate comments on Disqus.

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Are internet comments controlling your thoughts?

Posted by Rachel Cook on April 22, 2016

 Whenever there’s an earthquake here in California, internet junkies flock to Reddit to see what TheEarthquakeGuy has to say. Seemingly at the moment of any seismic disruption, TheEarthquakeGuy jumps online and dishes out all the relevant earthquake facts. From epicenter to magnitude to ground motion change, people have questions, and TheEarthquakeGuy has answers.

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7 Baseball Sites on Disqus to Kick off the 2016 MLB season

Posted by Tony Hue on April 15, 2016

The smell of freshly cut grass, blue skies, the advent of spring. Opening Day has arrived - well, technically about two weeks ago. It’s April and baseball season is back in business. And at Disqus, we love that our open platform of diverse publishers includes passionate baseball communities.

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Integration Spotlight: A fresh update for Disqus WordPress Plugin

Posted by Danny Matteson on April 14, 2016

WordPress is huge. Not like Death Star huge.... Starkiller Base huge. Don’t worry though, WordPress isn’t evil and it doesn’t support destroying entire star systems. It’s a powerful publishing platform that accounts for a massive portion of the diverse web we love. We’re pretty big fans of it here at Disqus, and we have a plugin update to share with you.

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Are You Doing Moderation All Wrong?

Posted by Rachel Cook on April 13, 2016

These days, the comments section has become a standard feature on nearly every publisher website. But do Internet comments really add value, or are they just a necessary evil?

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What if Microsoft’s Tay bot was unleashed in your community?

Posted by Danny Matteson on April 07, 2016

Great communities don’t happen by accident. Explore how you can create a community where people (and robots) can learn to enjoy their passions on the open web.

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Taboola Signs Global Partnership With Disqus, Bringing Native Advertising to Millions of Websites in Over 190 Countries

Posted by Brian Falldin on April 06, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO (April 15, 2016) -- Taboola®, the world’s leading discovery platform, today announced its global partnership with Disqus, the world’s leading audience development platform that helps publishers grow and engage with audiences online. The collaboration integrates Taboola’s existing platform with Disqus’ massive distribution across millions of websites around the world, effectively democratizing native advertising for the web.

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4 Best Practices for Integrating Community Guidelines in your Site

Posted by Tony Hue on April 05, 2016

If you create Community Guidelines for your site and no one reads them, what’s the point really?

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Disqus iOS App - Now Available

Posted by Talton Figgins on April 04, 2016

Today, after much anticipation, we're excited to announce that we've released the first version of our iOS app in the Apple app store.

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We played 60 questions with the Spoiler TV community and here’s what we found

Posted by Brian Falldin on March 31, 2016

At Disqus, we love the Internet. And we love that we help publishers of all sizes create places to share content with their readers and build lasting communities. We feel that building a great platform for publishers and commenters depends on hearing directly from communities about what's working and what's sucking. Earlier this week, we sat down with the staff and community at Spoiler TV for an AMA (ask me anything) interview to figure out how we can improve Disqus.

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