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October 23rd in Wordpress Plugins, Wordpress Tips by .

New WordPress sites may not get a lot of comments. But as your site grows, more people will become interested in responding to your posts. There are plenty of free and premium comment systems that let you moderate discussions in a more effective fashion. But what if you want to move comments between posts? Tako Movable Comments has you covered. It lets you move comments across post types.

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January 13th in Wordpress Plugins by .

WordPress already has a pretty decent discussion system. You could always adopt Disqus, IntenseDebate, and other third-party solutions to manage comments more effectively on your site. But have you ever wanted to give your visitors the ability to comment on a certain paragraph of a post? Inline Comments is just the plugin for the job.

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November 19th in Wordpress Plugins by .

As bloggers, we all would love to get more comments on our sites. Some of us don’t do a good job managing comments our sites get though. There are many folks out there waiting for you to slip up so they can inject their links into your site for various reasons. If you already have a site that gets a lot of comments with bogus links, you can use these plugins to remove the links and clean your comments:

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Remove links from comments: removes the website field in your comments. It keeps the external links on your website to a minimum. This might discourage some of your commenters, so you want to test this carefully. [click to continue…]

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September 21st in Wordpress Tips by .

WordPress already has a decent commenting system your visitors can use to get in touch with your community and contribute to it. You are always going to have a better chance to get more people involved if you offer them multiple commenting systems or ways to sign into your website. Here are 5 ways you can make your site’s commenting system social media friendly:

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Comments Evolved: adds Facebook, Google+, Disqus, and other systems to your website under different tabs. You can host multiple discussion systems on your site at the same time. [click to continue…]

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September 7th in Wordpress Plugins by .

WordPress already has a basic commenting system you can take advantage of to manage discussions on your website. Disqus, Google+, and Facebook comments could make your website more engaging for your visitors. Let’s not forget that many of your visitors are already active on sites like Facebook, so they are more likely to leave a comment on your website if you let them use their social media accounts. We have already covered how you can add Facebook, Disqus, and Google+ Comments to your website. But what if you want to have them all active at the same time? The Comments Evolved plugin has you covered.

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June 20th in Social Media by .

Adding Facebook Comments to your website could make it more engaging for your visitors. Millions of folks are active on Facebook already. They are more likely to feel like commenting on your stories when you have Facebook Comments enabled. Moderating your comments and finding out about the new ones you are receiving should not be a hassle. I prefer getting notified by e-mail when someone comments on my posts. These 2 WordPress plugins add that capability to your website:

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Facebook Comments Notifier: sends you an e-mail when comments are posted on your website. It also includes a link back to the page where you got each comment. [click to continue…]

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February 21st in Wordpress Plugins by .

It is no secret that comment spammers would love to play on sites whose webmasters don’t spend a whole lot of time managing comments. Running a blog or content portal is challenging by itself. If you don’t have the resources to manage every aspect of your community, you could always automate some tasks to save yourself some time. Closing your comments after a number of days have passed or when you have received a certain number of comments automatically could save you some time. These 2 plugins let you do just that:

Extended Comment Options: lets you open and close comments on posts made before or after a specific date. You can close comments after you have a certain number of them per post. [click to continue…]

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