Comments: Articles on Comments and Community Building

User Comments have been a part of the web for decades. In the early 90’s, forums were the medium for aggregating and organizing user comments through interests (ie: car forums, tech forums, gaming forums, business forums, etc). Anybody with a geocities website could throw on a forum and begin interacting with the community.

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So you’ve found out that your WordPress blog is one lonely blog in the great big sea of 17,728,005 WordPress blogs (at the time of writing). And there are 384 new posts on WordPress every minute.

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Social media plugins play an important role in connecting websites and web services to social networks. Social media services allow websites to engage with their visitors in a fresh and interactive way— and have become essential to the health and growth of a new web. This article outlines the top 10 social media plugins of today, why they’re so important, and why you should consider using them for your site.

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It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of Facebook’s social plug-ins. I love them. I love what they do. And I love that they are so easy to implement on just about any blog or website. But the best thing about the Facebook social plug-ins is that they are great at not only connecting you to your website visitors but connecting your website visitors with each other. And one of the best ways to take advantage of this aspect of the Facebook social plug-ins is with the Comments plug-in.

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The point of social media is to turn your website into a community atmosphere, driving further customer participation and integration. Gigya’s community section drives multiple points for users to get involved in your site’s community:

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What Are Social Plugins?

Social plugins are friends with benefits. They are small additions to your website that allow you to leverage Facebook’s 500 million users to increase web traffic to your site.  These plugins are leading to the social optimization of the Internet, and it is catching on like wildfire.

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