JS-Kit: A Friend of Ours That You Should Know About

We wanted to quickly tell you about one of our friends, JS-Kit. They’re a powerful threaded commenting system that connects your blog to a community of over 600,000 sites.

Visitors can now track their comments, use their Facebook login & avatar on your site, upload photos, embed YouTube videos, and much more. This community building service is easy to install, simple to customize, and comes with fine grained controls.

Check it out.

  • Very good system.

  • Thanks for the shoutout guys!

    Chris – JS-Kit Team

  • That’s a cool piece of software. Only down side is that the comments are not on your site (from teh point of view of search engines, so you get no SEO kickback)

  • I’s using js-kit since last year.
    But how do you collaborate with js-kit? I mean do you intend to integrate addthis button with js-kit?

  • @Web Developer – We’re actively working on how we can integrate more deeply together.

  • Very sweet.

  • Well done, looks really good but will there be any point for non blogs though? i.e normal or ecommerce websites?

  • Very nice!

  • Awesome stuff ! I wish JS-Kit good luck !

  • very Very sweet!

  • I’ve been using both AddThis and JS-Kit for 9 months on Supraterranean.com and I’ve been extremely happy with both services. So naturally I’m glad to hear that they will be working together.

  • @Duncan – thanks for the question about SEO – there is actually a way to maintain your SEO juice with JS-Kit – check this link out for info!

    http://wiki.js-kit.com/Admin-Guide?SearchFor=SEO&sp=2#SearchEngineOptimizationSEOSupport

    Cheers,

    Chris – JS-Kit Team

  • A4D

    Further social media development, nice to see AddThis staying with the pack

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  • I have one worry about JS-Kit: what happens when Javascript is turned off by the user? Web design enthusiasts (like me) and web developers often spend lots of time on accessibility and usability. Some people do turn their Javascripts off for one reason to another. If that occurs, what are the consequences on the site?

  • Nice idea, especially with Facebook

  • Awesome Chris, thanks for the JS-Kit link nice to see a team working together for the greater good.
    I will read more later but from what i’ve already read it sounds great.

  • We are thinking about implementing this commenting system in our hotels. I will keep you posted with our progress.

  • I have one worry about JS-Kit: what happens when Javascript is turned off by the user? Web design enthusiasts (like me) and web developers often spend lots of time on accessibility and usability. Some people do turn their Javascripts off for one reason to another. If that occurs, what are the consequences on the site?

  • Kori Hill

    @Cevdet Can you do me a favor and post your questions in our tech support forum? http://www.addthis.com/forum Thanks!

  • Good Beat!