In my previous posts I’ve covered the basics of Jekyll, and building a static website framework from the ground up.
As an evangelist for Word Press (not an official job), I know I should spend more time making my site better. Because I spend my time helping other companies get better. One of the things I’d heard people didn’t like about Disqus was the ads.
All while I now help a larger agency and their staff optimize how they support large enterprises adopt Word Press. Not only did I not want ads, but I work hard at creating specific and useful content and I didn’t want the latest pop news to show up on my site. And if you’re using Disqus right now, you might want to think about this too.
That means my visitors – without knowing and without me warning them – were getting tracked while on my site for something Disqus planned to do. He's a blogger, conference speaker, coach, advisor, and manager of people.
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With Django deprecating their contrib comments module, they suggested that we switched to Disqus as an alternative.