Blog Comment Spammer Leaves Comment. Forgets to Spin the Content.

Bill Hartzer

When you have a fairly popular blog, you have to deal with comment spammers. Unfortunately, blog comment spamming still works apparently, or at least the blog spammers haven’t learned that it doesn’t work. Occasionally I get some really funny blog comments.

Dear Blog Comment Spammer: I Think Your Comment Spam Tool is Broken

Bill Hartzer

Dear Blog Comment Spammer, who just left a comment on one of my recent blog posts: I think whatever software tool or script that you are using is broken. I don’t even think an automated bot of some sort would allow comments like these on a blog.

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12 (of the) Best WordPress Guides and Plugin Reviews of 2011

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” This brilliant article delves into the technological, economic, cultural and environmental factors behind the success of WordPress, and inspired more than 70 comments. 33 WordPress Plugins To Power Up Your Comment Section by 1stwebdesigner.

The Medium Is/Is Not The Message

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When social media took hold - the early days of Blogger and Movable Type - it changed everything for me. Blogs used to be different because they were personalized (like an online journal), on a blog platform, RSS feeds, comments, etc. People often comment that the trouble with newspapers was that they did not digitize fast enough and/or they gave the digital content away for free. movable type.

MySpace is Reborn as Social Curation

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The platform is built to optimize for the types of content-rich and curation-rich experiences", says Holt. Comments 3 Pending Comments 0 View FAQ Login or connect with: More Login Options Login with: Google Account Huffpost Account Yahoo Account You must be logged in to comment.

Social Media Toolkit - The Digital Strategist

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Alternative blogging solutions that will allow you to mask a domain to a service hosted blog are, Blogger , Type Pad and Movable Type. Leave a comment. The Digital Strategist Mike Fruchters stream of consciousness on digital marketing, with a heavy bias on social media.

Social Media Toolkit - The Digital Strategist

www.michaelfruchter.com

Alternative blogging solutions that will allow you to mask a domain to a service hosted blog are, Blogger , Type Pad and Movable Type. Leave a comment. The Digital Strategist Mike Fruchters stream of consciousness on digital marketing, with a heavy bias on social media.

Eight steps to thriving on information overload

Buzz Marketing for Technology

View blog reactions | Comments (5). 5 Comments. Leave a comment. Comments (You may use HTML tags for style). Captcha: Type the characters you see in the picture above. Recently commented on. Ross Dawson wrote: Thanks for all your comments folks.

KM Edge: Where the best in Knowledge Management come together

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Comments (0). Comments (0). Comments (0). Comments (0). Comments (0). Comments (0). Comments (1). Comments (0). Comments (1). Comments (0). Go to Toms blog to read more, including comments. Recent Comments. Dale Arseneault commented on KM Conference Pictures : Jim Lee. Adele commented on KM Conference Pictures : The pictur. Raul (PTY) commented on The Paradox of Web 2.0 : In our org. KMEdge.

A Blog is a Better Social Media Hub Than Twitter

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Movable Type , which is also popular, offers a free, non-commercial Blogger’s License and several paid, “professional&# upgrade options. Please share your experiences launching your blog, or ask a question, by leaving a comment below. If you’re relying on Twitter as your social media hub, you’re limiting your potential for impact and influence.

The Future of Work Weblog

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We welcome thoughtful, focused comments in response to any postings on this weblog. To add a comment, please sign in with your Typekey registration key. Please keep your comments civil, thoughtful, and directly related to the topic you are responding to. We reserve the right to remove any comments that we deem inappropriate, overly commercial in nature, or off topic. I welcome your comments. The type of knowledge produced, and the way it is used.

Turned six months old & Freed.in

The Marketing Blog

Jump to Comments themarketingblog has turned six months old. The comments have always kept the motivation flowing. Any comments on the blog posts be it content quality, design are more than welcome. Update : Just noticed that Gurunandan Bhat has a presentation on Using Movable Type 4.0 Home About In the Media Live Blogging – OSS Camp Delhi 08-09 September 2007 @ Day 1 Coming up: SmallBizPod’s Indian Entrepreneurship Special September 14, 2007.7:09

The information processing view of humanity

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View blog reactions | Comments (1). 1 Comments. Leave a comment. Comments (You may use HTML tags for style). Captcha: Type the characters you see in the picture above. Recently commented on. Ross Dawson wrote: Thanks for all your comments folks.

The Future of Work Weblog

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Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup, Hawaiian Relaxation & More

Kikolani

Beware of scraped comments and fake trackback. How to get more comments on your blog. Is Movable Type’s new dashboard too similar to WordPress ? Next week on Kikolani , I will share my blogging and social media goals of 2010, and also an analysis of how blog commenting makes a difference. Articles featured in the resources come primarily from people I interact with in the comments, and on the social networks.

Why Google Loves WordPress | Bare Feet Blog

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I often get asked which blogging platform I recommend, combined with “what about Blogger, Squarespace, Movable Type, etc?&# Roxanne Darling September 22, 2009 at 10:00 am Lorelle – I am SO glad you left that comment!

5 Tools I Am Willing to Pay for [And Recommend] to Improve My Blogs

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I bit the bullet early in my blogging and did this first by paying for my own hosting and moving from Blogger to Movable Type (and later to WordPress.org). How Leaving Comments on Blogs Can Drive Traffic to Yours.