Blog Comment Systems

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Examples

"IntenseDebate and Disqus are very similar products. They both intercept the comment system in your blog and instead of the comments going into your own database, they store them on their servers. They store the comments as “discussions”, providing functionality for nested replies, ratings and commenter profiles.

SezWho has a lesser set of features, basically minus the threaded comment management.

All services come with the stated promise of better engaging your readers and turning them into commenters. And all have the potential to reduce comment spam." (http://www.jangro.com/a/2008/03/28/evaluating-blog-comment-systems/)


Requirements

"1. No spam 2. Encourage comments 3. Get people thinking and talking about interesting (and maybe just fun) stuff." (http://www.jangro.com/a/2008/03/28/evaluating-blog-comment-systems/)


Review

  1. First basic description at http://www.jangro.com/a/2008/03/28/evaluating-blog-comment-systems/
  2. Evaluation of Disqus and IntenseDebate by Scott Jangro at http://www.jangro.com/a/2008/12/30/comment-systems-review-redux/