Google about to launch Third Party Commenting System to challenge Facebook


Google is fighting hard to bring its Social networking platform, Google+ as an equal competitor for Facebook. Now they are going to introduce the Third Part commenting system similar Facebook to stand against them in all corners. So read this article to know more about this Third Party Commenting System in Google+.

The big daddy of Internet, Google is about to launch a new comment-system for websites that is likely to be integrated with Google Plus. Google's new commenting system would be integrated with web search and web services too.

A technology blogger, Saud Al Hawawi, wrote yesterday that many new Google features are on queue and they are yet to be announced. And the discussions about these new updates were done at the
G-Saudi Arabia Google Event.

Facebook Commenting System


Facebook's commenting system is already very popular and is used in many sites. Many webmasters tend to use it because users can leave a comment without having to fill up anything. Just plainly comment and that's all. It is not the case with other commenting systems.

Google's Commenting system


Google's new commenting system will certainly be a rival to Facebook Comments. Because Google's commenting system is going to be integrated with Web Search which would probably enable faster indexing of comments. More importantly, this would be made available to use on third party websites.

Through enabling third party commenting, Google can ensure that users are logged into their accounts for interacting with websites through comments. And this would certainly keep the users a little bit closer to Google+. It is clear that Google don't want to miss the golden chance of expanding their design in the Google network today.

After all, there is nothing to be amazed of. This is just another Google update, and there are many others coming soon. Very recently, Google added Google Play into their navigation. Definitely, this single step tells us that, Google is trying hard to bring up all its products under a single roof.

Need for the launch for this Google+ Commenting System


The launch of new commenting system would certainly question the existence of the already-established commenting systems like Disqus, Livefyre and IntenseDebate. These commenting systems are also used on many sites and let's wait and see if those websites would make a jump to Google's own commenting system considering its SEO benefits and other integrated facilities.

The new commenting sytem would be capable of persuading people to comment on posts and pages, because of its ease. Many websites are having low number of comments because of the little hurdles that users need to pass before they can leave a comment. Facebook resolved this problem, and now Google is moving on the track to compete against Facebook. But a question here is, is Google losing its innovation? Discuss that below in comments.

This article is written by Amal Murali of Active Nerds. He blogs on Social Media, Security, Gadgets and writes How-To articles on his website. Follow him on Twitter - @amalmurali47


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