Whether you’re an artist, a business owner or just a person with lots of thoughts on lots of subjects, odds are you have a blog. And you very well might have that blog hosted on WordPress, as recent statistics point out that 41.6 million new blog posts are made on the site each month. While the blog-hosting site provides users with a myriad of benefits, the fact of the matter remains that there are some areas where improvements could be made. One such area is that of commenting. Since WordPress was launched in 2003—more than a decade ago—the site has boasted commenting functionality. The problem? That functionality hasn’t been updated since it was first introduced 11 years ago. If one year is seven years…

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