There was a heartbeat
Though a fainted one
Whether you are new to the world of blogging or hanging out for long enough to consider yourself an old blogger (I’m getting to that point, seriously 🙂 ), we aren’t prone to mistakes while maintaining our blog from time to time.
Luckily for us blunder makers, help is always around the corner on WordPress community. Hugh Roberts is one such person who regularly share tips and tricks about how to keep our blogs nice and tidy, so that our blogs can do what we want from them.
Today, he is sharing tips about 15 mistakes every blogger, new or experienced one, should avoid. Head over to his blog for details by clicking below:
Whether you’re a new blogger or somebody who has been blogging for many years, make sure you avoid the trapdoors to these fifteen common blogging mistakes which I come across daily in the blogging world.
Spammers are getting smarter at trying to deceive us by making their spam comments look genuine.
Be careful if allowing comments to appear immediately on your blog posts without any kind of moderation. Some spammers are leaving a first comment that doesn’t look spammy, before leaving further comments that contain links that lead to sales, business, gaming and pornographic sites.
If in doubt, hover your mouse over the web address of the person who has left the comment and preview the website in the window that opens. In most cases, you’ll know straight away if the comment is genuine or not.
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