17 Hours for a Disqus Resolution

I hate that I might actually have to give up on Disqus.  It’s gotten so bad that even when @Disqus comments on my blog they don’t show up on their dashboard or the blog while somehow they show on my WordPress dashboard.

Not sure what’s more upsetting. My Disqus not working, over 1,600 comments missing or the fact that my blog has become a review of Disqus.  I typically only review products I adore, of course with few acceptions.  This time I feel disenchanted by a service I was so optimistic about.  And I’m honestly not sure what else I can do. I’ve exported my blog to @Giannii or @Disqus four times in three different formats.  What more can I do?

Oh and Disqus, why make a comment requiring a followup on a blog where the PROBLEM  is comments not showing up on the blog? You have my email address.

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4 thoughts on “17 Hours for a Disqus Resolution

  1. First comment using JS-Kit Echo. I see there is a problem with the facebook integration, that has something to do with my Facebook API.  I’ll check into that later.

    Trying a few things… putting in an image and a smilie face  😀

  2. I’ve been looking into JS-Kit Echo recently for some projects I’ve been working on for people. Let me know how setup was and how you like it after you’ve been running it for a few days.

  3. So far I’ve got nothing but praise for JS-Kit Echo. I will try to do a full on review after a few days have passed but so far it has worked flawlessly.

    All comments imported and it has aggregated conversations from the web into the site as promised. Definitely worth the measly $12/year!


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