Brian Falldin

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Debate time: Clinton vs. Trump

Posted by Brian Falldin on July 06, 2016 • ... comments

If I were to ask 10 people on the street what they think about comments online when it comes to politics, I’d likely hear that political opinions online are often loud, colorful, and most-often uncivil.

Name calling, finger pointing, and relentless ridicule are often what people expect.

But that isn’t always the case.

Why do you comment (or not)?

Posted by Brian Falldin on June 23, 2016 • ... comments

Hey there,

Quickly want to share that FiveThirtyEight  is conducting a poll about why people comment (or not).  Who better to answer that question than you!

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 • ... comments

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.

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

Posted by Brian Falldin on March 31, 2016 • ... comments

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.

Meet the new Disqus publisher interface, now with improved multi-site navigation

Posted by Brian Falldin on October 01, 2015 • ... comments

Starting today, all Disqus customers will see an updated navigation in our publisher admin that better organizes commonly used features to better support the modern digital publisher.

Reporting at a glance

Posted by Brian Falldin on September 18, 2015 • ... comments

At Disqus, we understand that publishers are constantly under pressure to produce content, attract readers, and find ways to make money–all of which takes a lot of time and is increasingly expected to be done with fewer and fewer resources. To make it easier for publishers to measure whether their efforts are working, in the coming weeks, select publishers will start receiving a weekly reporting email from Disqus.

Brand new analytics for Reveal publishers

Posted by Brian Falldin on August 19, 2015 • ... comments

As we mentioned last week, we’ve been in the process of updating Reveal revenue analytics. Well, today, we delivered!

Introducing a brand new Disqus for publishers

Posted by Brian Falldin on August 05, 2015 • ... comments

Today, we’re letting the world know about two important changes to the products publishers enjoy.

Something Powerful

Tell The Reader More

The headline and subheader tells us what you're offering, and the form header closes the deal. Over here you can explain why your offer is so great it's worth filling out a form for.


  • Bullets are great
  • For spelling out benefits and
  • Turning visitors into leads.

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