Quack. Quack. Quack.
The bottom line is that if it looks too good to be true, it is. No probably about it.
Stopping spam a little more inventively than just saying “If there are 100 recipients, these are bad…”
Protecting yourself from abuse and harassment in comment forms seems to be a white whale.
Oh joy, oh rapture, Semalt is at it again.
DreamHost has a fairly simple anti-spam policy, which can be summed up as this: You cannot send email from an address that isn’t your domain. If that was greek to you, don’t worry. What that means is that my WordPress blog here can only send emails as elftest.net. That poses a small problem if you’re […]
The truth about content farms and why your site probably has nothing to fear about Google’s attack on them.
Behind the myth about the duplicate content penalty and why you don’t need to worry about it as much as those ‘SEO experts’ say you do.
I don’t have an answer. I have questions and concerns. The way we’re fighting spam today isn’t effective and doesn’t work. We need a better solution.
The concept was great. Make a way for people to easily prove they’re people and stop bots! The problem is it’s no longer ‘easy’. Nor do they work.
If you run a site where anyone can sign up and create a blog, you’re going to encounter splogs and spammers. Be prepared!