I’ve been using Disqus on The Citadel Cafe blog for quite some time, but it was only yesterday with the handy help of friend and website problem solver Ryan Murphy that I am happy to say that Disqus has been implemented on JoelDuggan.com and StarcrossedOnline.com.
I much prefer the look and feel of Disqus over the standard WordPress and ComicPress comment system. Plus, there is no need to create a yet another user account for new visitors. You can comment anonymously or sign in with your existing Twitter, Facebook, or Google account. Super simple.
Looking forward to chatting with everyone!
Ultimately, I switched to Disqus for the same reasons you stated above, Joel.
It’s really slick. I’ve been working with Ryan Murphy to help some webcomic artists update their pages and give them a facelift. We’ve been wanting to wrap our heads around Disqus as an added feature. I think we found a winner!
I love Disqus, it just looks so much more fluid and smart compared to WP’s default setting.
Only bother I’m having is Disqus doesn’t seem to like showing up on the homepage D: bah!
I agree Scout. I have installed it on all three of my WordPress sites. Here, StarcrossedOnline.com and TheCitadelCafe.com. I really only use it on comic or podcast updates, or blog posts. Love it!