Spam Comment 101 for users

If you use WordPress for the backend of your site, you should be familiar with the spam content feature because if you do any traffic at all, you’ll get spam comments.  They’re not always this obvious – they’re usually more of the, “Hello, this post is very informative and I will be sure to bookmark it for future reference” or something like that, but with lower grammar standards.  Then you get these, a keyword stuffer from the late 1990s, selling a product that’s totally irrelevant to the post. 

Fascinating!  But nevertheless, you hit the SPAM button on these bad boys.



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Posted on September 10, 2015, in observations and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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