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Mastering the Basics of Disqus: A New Video Series

Posted by Tony Hue on May 14, 2018 • Read More »

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If you’re getting started with learning a new piece of software, it’s sometimes easier to just watch a video that shows you how things work than combing through several help articles.

That’s why we’re excited to introduce a new video series to help you get up to speed with Disqus. To kick things off, we created tutorials that explain how to install Disqus on WordPress, Blogger, and using the Universal Code. You can watch them below:

Our goal is to make every video short, simple, and informative. Along the way, we’ll share best practices and strategies for increasing engagement, moderating discussions, and more. You can always find answers to the most common questions about Disqus in our Knowledge Base of course, but our hope is that these videos become another useful tool for you to learn about what Disqus has to offer.

Here are some topics we’re planning to discuss in future videos:

  • Overviews of new product features like Email Subscriptions and Audience Analytics
  • Disqus 101: walkthrough of different engagement, moderation, and analytic tools
  • Best practices and strategies for fostering engagement

Whether you’re new to Disqus, someone who wants to brush up on the latest tips, or someone who wants to learn more about a specific feature, we want to hear from you!

Tell us what topics and questions you would like to see us cover in the comments below. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to get updates when new videos are published or follow us on Twitter.

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