How To Manage Contact Form And Spam Comments On Your Site – by Derek Haines…

The Story Reading Ape’s blog showed me another article written by Derek Haines, this time about reducing spam on our blog. Thank you very much for sharing, Chris and Derek!

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

on Just Publishing Advice:

Learn how you can better control and manage comments on your blog

You work hard to build your blog and increase social media and organic traffic from search engines.

But one symptom of your success is going to be a lot more blog comment spam and unwanted contact form messages.

As your site ranking improves, you will start to get noticed by genuine content marketers, as well as spammers.

SEO tracking software is now very sophisticated, and when it notices your site improvement, it will add it automatically to a list of potential backlink prospects.

Reputable marketers use this data to pinpoint who they can contact to improve content, backlinks and sales potential.

But spammers and scammers use these automated tools to hit hundreds or thousands of sites.

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