Disqus, Inc. (pronounced discuss) is a blog comment hosting service for web sites and online communities that uses a networked platform. The company’s platform includes various features, such as social integration, social networking, user profiles, spam and moderation tools, analytics, email notifications, and mobile commenting. It was founded in 2007 by Daniel Ha and Jason Yan as a Y Combinator startup.
Disqus ranks #1 in Quantcast's U.S. networks with 144 million monthly unique U.S. visits Disqus has been featured on many major publications, such as CNN, The Daily Telegraph, and IGN and about 750,000 blogs and web sites. It competes with IntenseDebate, Livefyre and Echo.
|HQ||San Francisco, CA, US||Map|
|Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)||25||(-3%)|
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Disqus latest funding size
Time since last funding
|10 years ago|
|Union Square Ventures, North Bridge Venture Partners & Growth Equity|
Disqus has 18.51k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has decreased 0.2% month over month and decreased 0.2% quarter over quarter
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When was Disqus founded?
Disqus was founded in 2007.
Who are Disqus key executives?
Disqus's key executives are Daniel Ha, Jason Yan and Kim Rohrer.
How many employees does Disqus have?
Disqus has 25 employees.
Who are Disqus competitors?
Competitors of Disqus include Activision Blizzard, Baidu and Arbitrum.
Where is Disqus headquarters?
Disqus headquarters is located at 301 Howard St 3rd Floor, San Francisco, San Francisco.
Where are Disqus offices?
Disqus has an office in San Francisco.
How many offices does Disqus have?
Disqus has 1 office.
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