Jan 6 Posted 3 years ago
Hi Tapha, there is no right time as long as the content that guest bloggers post are relevant.
Jan 2 Posted 3 years ago
I just learned Wordpress and built about 10 websites about the home business I am in. I started getting comment after comment of people saying they could do SEO for my website. I also got hit with the pill pushers and others that I will not mention. I delete a comment only to have more come in day after day. I had no idea that Wordpress had free plugins that would stop most of the spam comments from making it to my comment section. At first I just put up a simple math problem to signin in order to comment. After the automated computer generated program figured out my simple addition problems like 1+3=4, I had to switch to multiplication problems. So far with the multiplication problems and the mixed addition and subtraction problems the comments have just about stopped. Now only the real comments by real people are posting.
So if you are using Wordpress you can stop your spam comments before they hit by installing a simple plugin program. Just do a search in the Wordpress search box "spam" and you will see many come up. You might want to pick one that has a lot of uploads so you know you are getting one that is popular and probably easy to use. Captcha & Anti-Spam Filter is what the term for this plugin.
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