Dissenter is taking the internet by storm with its innovative approach to online comments. In its first week, it gained 38,000 users and passed the 125,000 comments mark. Now it's starting to add new features that really set it apart from other comments sections and plugins. One of the most exciting new features is the Dissenter trending section.
The trending section shows the top URLs and top comments across Dissenter and is displayed in the right-hand sidebar on Dissenter.com. Each URL and comment has a trending score which is based on the total comments, replies, and likes for that it has received on Dissenter.
In addition to seeing what's trending across Dissenter, you can also see what's trending on specific websites. The easiest way to do this is by adding the Dissenter extension to your browser, visiting a website, and then clicking the Dissenter extension to see the trending posts and comments for that website.
If you're on mobile or using a browser that doesn't support the Dissenter extension, you can also see what's trending on any website through Dissenter.com. To do this, search for the website's homepage on Dissenter, scroll past the top comments, and then you'll see a section that shows trending posts and comments for that website.
One of the main things that sets Dissenter's trending section apart from most other trending sections on the internet is that it gives you a true representation of what's actually popular. The trending URLs and comments are based purely on comments, replies, and likes from the Dissenter community which means the most engaging content always rises to the top.
A lot of online trending sections manipulate their results and show you a curated list of content that isn't actually resonating with the audience on the site. For example, YouTube often adds videos to its trending section that are getting very little engagement and Twitter regularly suppresses hashtags that are getting lots of attention in its trending section.
If you're sick and tired of these websites manipulating their trending sections, Dissenter is a breath of fresh air and one of the only ways to get an honest representation of what's really trending online.
Here are some of the many cool ways you can start using Dissenter's trending section:
1. To see what's really trending on YouTube
YouTube has a trending section but it's heavily manipulated and curated by YouTube. Some of the videos in YouTube's trending section have millions of views and lots of engagement while others have less than 200,000 views and very low engagement levels.
With Dissenter's trending section, you can see what's really trending on YouTube and find the hottest videos at any time.
2. To see what's really trending on Twitter
Twitter also has a trending section but it doesn't give you a true representation of what's getting the most engagement on Twitter. Twitter will often remove hashtags with lots of engagement from Twitter or shadow ban rising hashtags to stop them hitting trending.
You can use Dissenter to override this Twitter censorship and see which tweets are actually the most popular on the site.
3. To see what's trending on your favorite websites
Using Dissenter's trending section is a great way to see the top content that people are talking about at any given time. Not only does it show you what's popular but it's a quick and convenient way to get people's take on these popular posts.
4. To see what's trending on fake news websites
The fake news media are constantly spreading lies and misinformation. With the Dissenter trending section, you can stay on top of their biggest lies, Dissent them, and call out the fake news these sites are trying to spread.
Dissenter has one of purest trending sections on the internet. There's no manipulation and everything rises to the top based on its merit and popularity.
If you already have a Dissenter account, you can start using the trending section on the website or through the browser extension right now.
If you don't currently have a Dissenter account, you can sign up here and then download the browser extension here.