WordPress Comment Plugin for Facebook Comments

I have a website where I have installed the WordPress comment plugin and the Facebook comment plugin activated.

I want to allow users to leave comments on my blog posts via their Facebook accounts only; I can not use Facebook comments directly on my website.

Have you ever wished there was a way to see which of your Facebook posts are the most engaging?

In today’s Facebook world, comments are a big deal. People who don’t like what you’re saying will often leave negative comments about your post.

If you’re trying to grow your following on Facebook, you need to be able to see what comments people are leaving. That way, you can address them and respond quickly.

But what if you don’t want to deal with negative comments?

Here’s a little secret: a plugin makes it possible to see who left the comments and what they said.

It’s called the Facebook Comment Plugin.

And it works with any comment system that supports ajax calls.

WordPress has one of the best comment plugins for Facebook. It is called the ‘WordPress Comment plugin for Facebook comments’. It allows you to turn your Facebook comments into conversations. The plugin also lets you post directly on Facebook. There is a free version of the plugin, but it does not allow you to post on Facebook. The pro version gives you unlimited access to the plugin.


Facebook Comments plugin – WordPress

Have you ever wished there was a way to see which of your Facebook posts are the most engaging?

In today’s Facebook world, comments are a big deal. People who don’t like what you’re saying will often leave negative comments about your post.

You’ll often only know it is a problem when people start complaining about it on Facebook.

So, what can you do?

With this plugin, you can view the top ten posts and comment on any of them. It also shows you the number of likes and dislikes, and you can see who is commenting on your posts.

Facebook comments plugin – Facebook

While Facebook is great for promoting your business, it’s also great for getting people talking about your posts.

Most people have their Facebook profile set to private, so they can only view their posts. But if you have a Facebook comments plugin installed on your blog, you can let people leave comments like they would on a Facebook page.

Facebook is a powerful platform for interacting with your audience and driving traffic to your website. This post will show you how to create a Facebook comments plugin.

After installing and activating the plugin, you can allow comments on your blog posts.

Here’s how to do it.

Step 1: Log in to your WordPress dashboard.

Step 2: Navigate to Settings > Discussion > Facebook Comments.

Step 3: Select Yes on the “Allow people to comment on Facebook via this site?” option.

Step 4: Enter a name for your Facebook comments plugin.

Step 5: Save the settings and activate the plugin.

Step 6: Visit your Facebook page and view the comments.

You can see from the screenshot above that you can see which posts have the highest number of comments.

Facebook comments plugin – social media

Do you have a Facebook account? Then you’re probably familiar with Facebook comments. You can leave a comment on any of your friends’ posts, and they’ll know that you’ve done so.

You can also comment on your posts, which is how I comment on this blog.

So, if you’re looking for a way to comment on your posts and see which ones get the most comments, you’re in luck.

There’s a Facebook comments plugin, but it’s not very popular. If you’re looking for a way to leave comments on your posts, you will have to find a different solution.

This is where the plugin I’m about to show you comes in. The Social Comments plugin allows you to comment on your posts via your Facebook account.

Facebook comments plugin – social media marketing

As you can imagine, Facebook comments aren’t a good fit for your business. They are primarily there to be negative and self-serving. So, how can you use Facebook comments to your advantage?

Luckily, there is a solution that does just that. It’s one of the most popular plugins on WordPress.

It’s called the WP-Facebook Comments plugin. It allows you to turn any Facebook post into a comment. This is great for SEO.

You can link to your blog post from the Facebook post, and the link is included in the comment. In this way, your traffic will naturally grow.

Frequently asked questions about WordPress Comment Plugin.

Q: Is there a limit on how many comments I can submit per blog?

A: Yes! You can only comment up to 100 times in a single day.

Q: How do I get my comments listed alphabetically?

A: Use the ‘List By Commenter’ feature to sort comments by the commenter.

Q: How can I prevent my comments from being deleted using the WordPress Comment Plugin?

A: The best way to do this is to use the Spam Filter. The spam filter blocks unwanted messages from being sent. This prevents your comments from being deleted. If you want to stop specific keywords, use the ‘Word list’ option. You can add words manually or let the plugin do it for you.

Q: Why does my comment disappear after a certain period?

A: This is not a bug with the plugin. This is most likely due to the Spam Filter blocking your message.

Top myths about WordPress Comment Plugin

  1. It only supports comments.
  2. It doesn’t work with any other plugins.
  3. It requires a paid plan to activate.
  4. It’s only available for premium users.


The most important thing to note is that these plugins work just like their name suggests. They enable you to comment on websites from within Facebook.

The plugin allows you to comment on sites and pages that already use the WP-Comment-Plugin.

There are two main advantages to using this plugin. Firstly, you can comment on your Facebook page and profile without leaving Facebook. This is handy if you are logged into Facebook multiple times per day and want to comment on different websites.

Secondly, you can comment on websites even when you are not logged into Facebook. You can still comment using your Facebook profile.

Timothy Washington
Hardcore internetaholic. Social media nerd. General writer. Freelance travel junkie. Music practitioner. Twitter guru. Alcohol maven. In 2008 I was writing about wooden trains for fun and profit. Earned praised for my work researching fatback in Los Angeles, CA. Spent 2001-2006 lecturing about walnuts in Cuba. Earned praise for analyzing tattoos on Wall Street. Uniquely-equipped for deploying wooden horses in Jacksonville, FL. Spent a year lecturing about tar in Salisbury, MD.