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This is a very hard question to answer because it really depends on who your users are, how loyal they are, how much they value commenting, and how the perceive the cost and benefit of signing up again with Disqus. As such, it's not really possible to give a reasoned answer on whether or not to send the emails because there are simply too many variables. ...


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Other alternatives: Place the like button separate from the number of likes. Not a fan as they are completely linked. Vimeo and We Heart It do that: Only show numbers when there is likes. This solution seems the most sensible. It's not obvious the post have no likes therefore doesn't seem unpopular. Facebook and Dribbble do that. I don't have ...


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Everyone here has already mentioned limiting the number of comments. As an alternative, you could opt for a reading position indicator. What I mean by that: Notice the red bar at the top. It indicates how much of the article you've read so far. A variation on this could be, just showing how high each part (article and comments) is relative to each ...



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