Introducing JS-Kit commenting system

I am using the JS-Kit commenting system from today. JS-Kit does more than just replace Blogger’s built-in commenting system. You can comment using your facebook ID. It saves me the pain of introducing facebook connect to my blogger account. It imports existing comments and provides live synchronizaiton of new comments with Blogger.

I would recommend this for every blogger. Every time a visitor leaves a comment on your blog using JS-Kit interface, the comment is instantly copied to Blogger’s built-in commenting system. If for any reason you disable JS-Kit Comments on your blog, your visitor comments will be preserved on Blogger. This feature is something that was missing from Disqus or Intensedebate commenting systems.

6 comments:

  1. Testing facebook connect.

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  2. Thanks for installing JS-Kit and your kind words and recommendation!
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    Let us know if we can ever help out in any way!
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    Cheers,
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    Chris - JS-Kit Team

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  3. I saw at your comment in the Management Accountant Blog about Sezwho. Sezwho identifies "who's who" in the social media and helps you discover their contribution on the web. Check their website http://www.sezwho.com/
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    Regards,
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    Santosh Puthran
    http://www.managementaccountant.in - Management Accountant Blog

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  4. True observation my friend.
    That was one of the reason I removed DISQUS from my blog and replaced it with JS-Kit.s
    But at present there seems to be no direct method of importing the comments from other commenting system to JS-Kit.s Will love to see a feature of importing comments through any XML file, so that it is easy for people to switch over to JS-Kit from DISQUS and IntenseDebate like services.
    I am loving JS-Kit ...

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  5. I am wondering if this comment system will allow for a facebook user's web activity, (logging into blogs, etc.) to be posted on their FB friends new feeds or their own FB wall? Or issthis systemslike Disqus where all it does is allow people to log into blogs with fb account info.
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  6. @Kelly - Read a nice review of FB connect at mashable- http://mashable.com/2008/12/04/facebook-connect-identity-management/. But practically, I think it is only like Disqus where it allows to log in with FB account and post and nothing else. I could not see my messages posted here or elsewhere with FB connect in my account.

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