Behind the scenes with Bleacher Nation, your pick for the best sports site

Posted by Tony Hue on July 25, 2016 • ... comments

Earlier this month, we asked you for your nominations of the best sports websites on the Internet. Seven sites were nominated and after a week of voting with 1,941 total votes submitted by the community, we now have our winner.

What Disqus Commenters Are Saying About Pokémon Go

Posted by Tony Hue on July 13, 2016 • ... comments

In case you have been living under a rock the last week (unless you were out searching for some Onix), Pokémon Go is all the rage right now.

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.

Most Popular Science Website: NASA

Posted by Tony Hue on June 10, 2016 • ... comments

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

When does moderation become censorship?

Posted by Danny Matteson on May 13, 2016 • ... comments

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?”

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

Posted by Tony Hue on May 06, 2016 • ... comments

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.

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

Posted by Danny Matteson on May 05, 2016 • ... comments

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.

Commenter Spotlight: Kandric

Posted by Danny Matteson on March 04, 2015 • ... comments

Illustration by Luigi Savino

Getting help from an Internet stranger is a pretty surreal experience. You open a browser tab with beads of sweat trickling down your brow, and find your way to a support forum in hopes that your burning question will be answered by some noble human who has more knowledge than you.

Conversations Belong with Content

Posted by Jim Hirshfield on January 07, 2015 • ... comments

I’m Jim, I’ve been working with startups since the mid-’90s, most recently helping publishers be more successful with Disqus. I may also be the most active commenter currently employed by Disqus.

Hosting an AMA at IGNITION 2014

Posted by Tony Hue on December 15, 2014 • ... comments

Earlier this month, Disqus was in New York for Business Insider's IGNITION conference which brings together folks in media and technology to explore the future of digital. As one of the sponsors, we built a discussion channel for attendees to encourage people to start and join discussions about topics covered in panels and interviews.

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