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How can you protect against Spammers? Learn more in this Core Training created for the Insider community. Available on the Home page.
If you have an unprotected WordPress or Wishlist Member site up for more than a few days, it won’t take long before comments start to appear claiming the wonders of weight loss berries, offering penny stocks, or pitching get-rich schemes from princes in far off locations.
You’ve just been introduced to Comment Spam – a method spammers use to build up their page rank and get more people to visit their site (and leave your site).
If the thought of paying good money to host advertisements for OTHER people (especially spammers) doesn’t sound appealing to you, then keep reading as we discuss how the “BIG 3” can help stop this assault on your members.
The Forums have been busy with conversations again this week so make be sure to take some time and join in the action.
This time around, the focus is applied to the following topics:
- How Do You Know It’s Spam?
- Should You Give Out Your Login Info?
- What’s “APC”?
“See” you in the forums!
WordPress users are no strangers to customization.
It’s a great piece of software but eventually a need will arise that WordPress (and WishList Member) can’t fulfill on their own. You may want ways to increase your SEO, allow your members more interaction, track your users, protect your site from hackers, or something else that qualifies as “customization”.
For this, you need plugins.