Comments from site visitors and loyalists are what drive engagement between site owners and their readers. There’s a trend to move comments off-site to social media networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn, however, many bloggers continue to enable comments a way to stay connected to their base in one place.
|CommentLuv||Reward your readers by automatically placing a link to their last blog post at the end of their comment. Encourage a community and discover new posts.||4.6||30K||Link|
|Disable Comments||Allows administrators to globally disable comments on their site. Comments can be disabled according to post type. Multisite friendly.||4.9||800K||Link|
|Commenter Emails||Extract a listing of all commenter emails.||5.0||1K||Link|
|Disqus Comment System||The Disqus comment system replaces your WordPress comment system with your comments hosted and powered by Disqus.||3.4||200K||Link|
|Facebook Comments||The Facebook Comments WordPress plugin makes it easier for you to setup, administer and customise Facebook comments from your WordPress site.||4.2||100K||Link|
|WordPress Social Login||WordPress Social Login allow your visitors to comment and login with social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Google, Yahoo and more.||4.2||40K||Link|
|Yoast Comment Hacks||Make comments management easier by applying some of the simple hacks the Yoast team uses.||5.0||1K||Link|