Let’s tackle the best ways to reduce blog spam on WordPress… WordPress spam is simply one of those things every blogger has to live with — unless, of course, you opt to disable comments on your blog altogether.
The internet is a digital ecosystem and like all ecosystems, the members thrive on competition. Still, certain mutual benefits can be agreed upon by different websites and companies; coexisting with one another is very much viable. However, just like any ecosystem, there exist some parasites that can bring down your website and leech off others […]
If you are like virtually all newbie bloggers you are excited to get your first few comments. This proves that people are actually reading your blog. Good deal. Eventually, though, you may need to alter your blog commenting policy as the volume of spam comments riddles your blog. Overwhelm sets in unless you have effective […]
Over the past year or so, Google has been clamping down on what it considers bad links and bad linking practices. This includes a wide variety of link building activities that Google considers unnatural. This includes some forms of article marketing, comment spamming, etc. This has led to a large number of webmasters, including many […]
With 2010 coming to a close and many bloggers reflecting on their top 10 lists, I thought it would be nice to share 4 things I learned about WordPress this year that I wish I knew in 2009. Granted some of these services didn’t exist in 2009 (as you’ll see below), however many of their […]