Top 11 Comment Plugins To Make Your WordPress Blog More User Friendly

by Simrandeep Singh on May 21, 2009

One of the best features of WordPress is its plugins feature and after moving to WordPress I’ve collected so many plugins. Some of these are very useful and handy that I will share with you. In this post I’ve listed 11 best comments related plugins. You must use these plugins to make your WordPress blog more user friendly.

  1. Top Commentators Widget :

    top-commentators-plugin
    Top commentators Widget is the must have plugin for any WordPress blog to receive more comments. This plugin also helps the commentators to receive a link back from the blog for some days.

    Link : Top Commentators Widget WordPress Plugin

  2. Subscribe To Comments :

    Subscribe to comments plugin helps your visitors to sign up for an email notification of subsequent entries. It also provides options for commentators to unsubscribe to certain posts, block all notifications, or even change their notification e-mail address.

    Link : Subscribe To Comments WordPress Plugin

  3. CommentLuv :

    commentluv-plugin
    This one is one of my favorite plugins. You can show love to your commentators by giving a link to their last blog post using CommentLuv plugin. It also helps you to get more comments on your articles. So it is beneficial for both the author and readers of the blog.

    Link : CommentLuv WordPress Plugin

  4. Ajax Comments :

    This pluign enable your readers to coment quickly without leaving or refreshing the page.

    Link : Ajax Comments WordPress Plugin

  5. WordPress Thread Comment :

    wp-thread-comment
    It enables users to reply on a exist comment, and the discussion will be displayed threaded or nested.

    Link : WordPress Thread Comment WordPress Plugin

  6. WP Comment Auto Responder :

    wp-comment-auto-responder
    You might have received a thankful notification after leaving a comment on some blogs. WP Comment Auto Responder does this task for you. Its  the nice way to say thanks to your commentators.

    Link : WP Comment Auto Responder WordPress Plugin

  7. Edit Comments XT :

    Its a simple yet useful plugin that allows your commentators to edit their own comments. The commentators can only edit the comment with the time specified by you.

    Link : Edit Comments XT WordPress Plugin

  8. Thank Me Later :

    thank-me-later-plugin
    Thank Me Later is a plug-in which will automatically send a thank you email to readers after they post a comment. It can be set to send the message a time after the comment was posted (an hour, day, week, month, etc). It is effective as it will remind readers of their comments and gets them engaged with future discussion and your blog. It is useful to attract “one-time” readers who will post one comment, and then forget about your blog.

    Link : Thank Me Later WordPress Plugin

  9. Recent Comments :

    This simple plugin displays a list of your blog’s newest comments.

    Link : Recent Comments WordPress Plugin

  10. @Reply \w comment preview :

    reply-comment-plugin
    This plugin allows you to add Twitter-like @reply links to comments, including a preview of the comment replied to. When clicked, those links insert the author name and a link to the comment you are replying to in the textarea, and adds a Preview of the original comment to the @Reply.

    Link : @Reply \w comment preview WordPress Plugin

  11. WP Twitip ID :

    WP Twitip ID adds a field to the comment form for a user to add their twitter username. Once published, their comment will display a link to follow them on twitter.

    Link : WP Twitip ID WordPress Plugin

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{ 113 comments… read them below or add one }

Tivisiana May 13, 2011 at 11:22 pm

Hi, what comment plugin do you use? I’m looking for the same one but from the article it is not certain. thank

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John May 26, 2011 at 3:19 pm

Commentluv is just perfect! I’ve been using this plugins ever since I started blogging. However, I haven’t tried any of the remaining in your list. But learning what their functions are made me realize that they deserve to be favorites. I would give time to add them all. Thanks for the sharing!

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Prista Ayu May 27, 2011 at 10:19 pm

Hi, what comment plugin do you use? I’m looking for the same one but from the article it is not certain.

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Lixhul June 12, 2011 at 8:31 pm

Nice list. Cant get an AJAX plugin that actually loads the comment though..

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amik June 26, 2011 at 8:12 pm

does anyone knows side panel plugin for comment ?

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Kimberly Castleberry June 30, 2011 at 10:56 am

I would suggest trading out the long-time-unsupported “Reply with comment” with the very stable “Reply me” plugin. However, its worth noting that WordPress Thread Comment has its own tool for the same thing built in (but not enabled by default) and if the user is using that plugin should not use other plugins of the same type.
Kimberly

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Rhod Jane February 14, 2012 at 10:22 pm

Thanks for the very informative article… now i can protect my blog from spammers! Cheers!!!

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