One of the best ways to engage your visitors is to give them a chance to leave comments - and with it, start a dialogue.
Comments help you learn more about the people in your audience and they make you, your website and your brand more real and more personal in your visitor's mind.
Which One to Use?
If you're wondering which of the two you should use, I can provide you with a short answer and a long answer.
The short answer is that neither is "better" than the other and for most intents and purposes, they're very similar.
The longer answer is one I wrote about in this post here, comparing Facebook Comments, Disqus and various other commenting systems.
A Hint for Facebook Comments
If you embed Facebook comments on a page and they don't display or don't display correctly, it could be a caching issue. The quickest way to resolve this is to go to the Facebook Debugger Tool and entering the URL of the page where you're trying to show the comments box.
Click on the "Fetch new scrape information" button to reset Facebook's cached information of your page:
When you've done that, you can reload your page and your comment box will be showing correctly.
Over to You
Check out this video to see how to add Facebook/Disqus comments in Thrive Architect (formerly Thrive Content Builder & Thrive Landing Pages)
What do you think about this new feature addition to our plugins? Leave a comment below to let us know!
P.S.: Click here to learn more about the 'welcome page' shown in the video and my whole personal branding focused list-building funnel.