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Google+ Comments for your site
Nearly 3000 people have tried my Facebook Comments Panel. I don't use it here because Facebook. However, if like me you're a dedicated Googlephile then you can now add Google+ commenting to your site. It's very simple to implement....
Facebook Comments & Connect Panel
This is an alternative to the built-in comments system. It allows Facebook users to leave comments on your site in News, Articles, Photos, Downloads and Custom Pages.
You must have a Facebook account for this to work. If your site is to have many comments boxes, it is strongly recommend you specify a Facebook app id as the administrator (all administrators of the app will be able to moderate comments). Doing this enables a moderator interface on Facebook where comments from all plugins administered by your app id can be easily moderated together.
Visitors can also Tweet about your page, Google+1 it and Like it.
Update: v1.1 - Added Tweet, Like and Google+ buttons v1.2 - Fixed download ID error v1.3 - Validated G+1 code v1.4 - Fixed (another) download id error, cleaned up URL identification, added page title to tweets. Fixed Like button not showing in IE bug.
Facebook Comments & Connect Panel
This is an alternative to the built-in comments system. It allows Facebook users to leave comments on your site in News, Articles, Photos, Downloads and Custom Pages. v1.4 -Released