G.A.S.P.: WordPress anti-spam plugin. Good idea, but does it deliver?

December 2, 2010

G.A.S.P. , GrowMap Anti-Spambot Plugin, is a WordPress plugin that takes a different approach to spam filtering than Akismet does, which is the anti-spam plugin used by most WordPress bloggers. Instead of analyzing the content of each comment as well as having a giant database with information about which URL’s, IP’s etc. to mark as […]

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10 Essential WordPress Plugins for Affiliate Marketers

June 7, 2010

WordPress has garnered much love from the blog community for its ease of installation, ease of configuration, and ease of modification. Many sites are even starting to use it as a content-management system (CMS) to drive the entire site, not just the blog or news portions. The power of WordPress really shines when you begin […]

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Comment Spam, She’s Back: Dr. Ann Voisin From Linda Christas College

March 6, 2010

A few days ago I wrote about the first comment spam that I received from this Dr. Ann Voisin person, a message that is most likely automated and simply abusing the name of the real Dr. Ann Voisin from Linda Christas College. Click here to read that post: Akismet Blocking Your Blog? No Way, Just a SPAM Trick!

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Akismet Blocking Your Blog? No Way, Just a SPAM Trick!

March 1, 2010

I already did one post on SPAM today (read it here: Bloody Sexual Twitter DM’s. Go Away!), so I might as well continue in that track with another SPAM related post for WordPress. As a blogger, getting SPAM comments is to be expected and it happens every day for most blogs, several times a day […]

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