As a blogger, you owe it to your readers and the performance of your website to delete spam comments. (And don't feel guilty about it!)
If there's one kind of spam I receive as a blogger as often as guest post queries, it would have to be link insertion requests.
When you run a blog, sooner or later you'll start seeing an occasional business pitch in your inbox. I can rule most out as bogus right away.
When you run a website for a while, you'll surely receive an unsolicited website design proposal. But some 'cold call' emails miss the mark.
I received an email from none other than Mark Zuckerberg the other day offering me a 'secret' jackpot...out of the goodness of his heart.
Every week, it seems, there's a new infographic solicitation in my inbox, and I've reached the point of just deleting them without responding.
Chances are somewhere in the blogosphere, you've encountered "CAPTCHA." Chances are you hate it...like everyone else. So why is it...
I'm on Twitter. I've come to embrace it, although I like Google+ and Facebook more. But on a slow day...
Patrick is a longtime television producer and digital journalist.
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