Comments can be a great way to encourage engagement on your website. But what type of comments work best?
In today’s episode, we’ll explore three great WordPress commenting options to help you decide which will work best for your particular commenting strategy.
The main points we’ll cover:
- Developing your site’s comment strategy
- Deciding your approach to moderation
- Native WordPress comments
- Dealing with spam
- Disqus commenting system
- Facebook commenting system
Today’s Notable News
Via The Guardian:
Advertising technology firm Criteo, one of the largest in the industry, says that the Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) feature for Safari, which holds 15% of the global browser market, is likely to cut its 2018 revenue by more than a fifth compared to projections made before ITP was announced.
With annual revenue in 2016 topping $730m, the overall cost of the privacy feature on just one company is likely to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars.
Dennis Buchheim, general manager of the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s Tech Lab, said that the feature would impact the industry widely.
Today’s Notable Tool
Yoast SEO: When it comes to developing your SEO strategy, typically, the simplest is the best. This plugin helps walk you through specific things you can do to improve every piece of content on your WordPress website to help ensure it’s search engine optimized.
Links and Resources
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