User blocking is now available on Disqus

Posted by Talton Figgins on June 15, 2016

Today, I’m happy to announce the release of our user blocking feature. As one of the most requested features from commenters over the years, user blocking provides you with the ability to manage who you interact with on Disqus.

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Most Popular Science Website: NASA

Posted by Tony Hue on June 10, 2016

The science community has had a lot to be excited about.

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What's new: add business users to your organization

Posted by Rachel Cook on June 08, 2016

If you work in a team, be sure that your key colleagues have access to essential features by adding them to your organization.

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Vote: The top 10 best science websites

Posted by Tony Hue on June 07, 2016

Last week, we introduced the Disqus Top Five, a new series to showcase and recognize the top websites across the Internet.

To kick off the festivities, we invited nominations for your favorite science websites. We’re talking space, physics, animal science, artificial intelligence, and more. Whether it’s news, research, or debates, science websites span a broad spectrum of topics and embody the desire for exploration and ingenuity.

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Disqus hacks the roadmap

Posted by Ryan Valentin on June 06, 2016

The suspense in the air was so thick, you could cut it with a knife. Former teammates were now pitted against each other to bring their ideas to life. Monitors were moved, conference rooms requisitioned, and coffee consumed. At the end of May, Disqus broke apart into small teams for a two-day hackathon. The stakes? Fame, glory, and placement on the product roadmap.

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Reveal in Review: How we’ve grown to love native advertising at Disqus

Posted by Steven Stein on May 31, 2016

Today, we’re announcing significant updates to Reveal: a new default ad unit called Sponsored Story, simpler settings, better controls, and a preview of what’s to come.

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How SpoilerTV built a community of 120K active readers with Disqus

Posted by Tony Hue on May 26, 2016

It’s May and many television shows are wrapping up their seasons. For Andy Page, it’s also the busiest time of year for SpoilerTV, a site for TV news, rumors, and reviews, which he started in 2007. Luckily, he’s been building websites for over a decade.

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When does moderation become censorship?

Posted by Danny Matteson on May 13, 2016

If you’re a community leader on the Internet, chances are you've been accused of censoring those whose comments you've deleted. Of course, you probably don't want to come across to your site visitors as an authoritarian dictator-type, and you probably don't refer to yourself as "Big Brother" in your About Me page. But after enough accusations, you might start to wonder… “have I gone too far as a community moderator?”

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Zero to One: How community leaders build the future of your community

Posted by Tony Hue on May 06, 2016

There’s a golden age in every nascent community. A period when social norms are still forming, the membership is small enough where you can still keep track of who’s who, and the interactions still feel very personal.

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Listening to great communities: 4 big questions from our Android Police AMA

Posted by Danny Matteson on May 05, 2016

We love talking with communities. It’s even better when we get to use our own product to talk to customers in real-time. That’s why, we’ve recently been jumping around to our favorite communities to host AMAs (ask me anything) where we answer all of the burning questions people have about our product.

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