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Hopefully Kristi won't mind me jumping in here to say that the free GrowMap antispambot plugin (GASP) works best for me. Without it, my blog was getting 1000+ spam comments a day. The day I installed it they dropped to 40 and most of those were real. 100% of them were manually created.
Thanks, Ann. What I love most is when I comment on a site for the first time and see they're using it. The plugin has spread far beyond our usual communities to major sites and blogs in niches I've never visited before.
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Postmatic allows you to keep your native comment system, and also lets you comment via email. So, you leave a comment, and if someone replies (or leaves a new comment) you get an email notification. You can then just hit Reply to the email to leave a comment (the email becomes the comment).
Epoch is their "skin" that offers three versions - use your own typography and colours, use Epoch (which is like Disqus), or completely native. It's super fast too, and very mobile and SEO-friendly.
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It would be nice to know what, if any, impact these commenting systems have on SEO. Also, is there a benefit for the commenter? Does one do better with backlinks than others?
All of these comment systems nofollow links in comments, so there is no benefit for the comment author (except for referral traffic) and there shouldn't be any harm to your website for linking out to potentially bad sites if you didn't moderate your comments well.
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