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Disqus to Facebook:“We Aren’t Shaking In Our Boots”

Disqus, which is already the commenting platform for more than 700,000 “communities,” including CNN, Fox News, Al Jazeera and the popular blog AllThingsD — has been seeing “30 to 40 percent growth in daily installs” since Facebook began its public relations push
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Forbes Update: Why great user comments should be treated as content

I worked at AOL for eight years. In the second half of my run there, I came up with the idea to re-architect AOL News and Sports. Among many other features, we introduced commenting. All I can say is, what a mess that was. The noise, the hate, the vulgarity. [...] (Forbes Update: Why great user comments should be treated as content: In the second half of my run there, I came ... http://bit.ly/feVh15)
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Twitter Chats and Hashtag Conversations | Social Media Curation with Keepstream

Twitter Chats and Hashtag Conversations | Social Media Curation with Keepstream | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
Social media curation insights
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Why Facebook Is Not the Cure For Bad Comments

Why Facebook Is Not the Cure For Bad Comments | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
Facebook logins are not a cure for bad comments, real names or no real names. The only cure is something that takes a lot more effort than implementing a plugin, and that is being active in those comments.
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How to Leverage Comments for Greater Success

How to Leverage Comments for Greater Success | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
With all of the content that you write and publish, your ultimate goal is to get your readers to interact with you. They do that by leaving comments on your content. How do you get them to do that?
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Facebook's next big media move: Comments | The Social - CNET News

Facebook's next big media move: Comments | The Social - CNET News | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
Multiple sources have told CNET that the massive social network is on the cusp of releasing a product that would allow digital publishers to power their commenting systems entirely through Facebook. Read this blog post by Caroline McCarthy on The Social.
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