Dealing with Spam Comments in WordPress

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The Bane of Bloggers: Dealing with Spam Comments on a WordPress site.

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Dealing with Spam Comments in WordPress

  1. 1. The Bane of Bloggers Dealing with Spam Comments Liam Dempsey LBDesign @liamdempsey in five minutes flat
  2. 2. •  Marketing Consultant + Communications Designer •  Philadelphia and London •  Run chickenmonkeydog.com Liam Dempsey | LBDesign @liamdempsey
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  4. 4. A pingback is sent from Site A to Site B, when Site A publishes a post that links to Site B. When Site B receives the notification, it checks Site A for a live link. If that link exists, the pingback is recorded. Liam Dempsey | LBDesign @liamdempsey
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  10. 10. Liam Dempsey liam@lbdesign.tv @liamdempsey Blog: liamdempsey.com Work: lbdesign.tv Quirky: chickenmonkeydog.com Liam Dempsey | LBDesign @liamdempsey Thanks!

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