In the past few weeks, we have started migrating the majority of our sites from IntenseDebate to Disqus. IntenseDebate has been a great service for our business but we have not seen enough innovation by its developers to want to continue using it. Disqus is dynamic, easy to install, and developer friendly. If you know coding, you can do all kinds of neat things with Disqus. These 3 Disqus plugins make using this commenting system on your site convenient:
Google+ Comments for WordPress: in the past few months, we have tried various Google+ comments plugins on our sites. This one stands out as it supports Facebook and Disqus comments in addition to Google+ reactions.
Disqus Recent Comments: this simple widget displays the recent comments you have received on your website. There are many ways to display top and recent Disqus comments on your site but this plugin makes the job easy.
Social Comments: adds Google+, Facebook, and Disqus comments to your website. Many icon sets are included. You can change the order of your comments via drag & drop.
Don’t forget to check the Disqus API and its documentation if you want to create your own solutions.