How to setup Akismet & Stop Spam Comments 100{6c85689da4238259371ec3643cce4c730fb2096ba6fc33e37ce8e8dc99f3f604} | The Best Anti-Spam WordPress plugins

How to setup Akismet & Stop Spam Comments 100{f60a19ca4822ea5083709910a03c8f9e50ac3abaf19315a89f25f66a4b2e306d} | The Best Anti-Spam WordPress plugins

This is my video on How to install & setup WordPress plugin Akismet, Stop Spam Comments & Bad Behavoir. These are the Best WordPress Comment plugins to stop spam in their tracks. Not only will these plugins stop spam, but also prevent future spammy comments from entering your website in 2016.

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Akismet Plugin Description:▼

Akismet checks your comments against the Akismet Web service to see if they look like spam or not and lets you review the spam it catches under your blog’s “Comments” admin screen.

Stop Spam Comments Plugin Description:▼

Dead simple and super lightweight anti-spambot WordPress plugin. No captcha, tricky questions or any other user interaction required at all.

Bad Behavior Plugin:▼

Bad Behavior prevents spammers from ever delivering their junk, and in many cases, from ever reading your site in the first place.

Why on earth would a spammer use your blog to target a search engine? Let’s start from the beginning. Several years ago, Google pioneered a search technique called PageRank. Basically, in addition to looking at the content of the page being indexed, Google also takes into account who links to the page and what those links say. This technology meant Google was very good at returning relevant results, making it the most popular search engine today. Because their ranking system relies so heavily on PageRank, people sometimes game the system using a technique called “Google Bombing.”

A google bomb is when a large number of different websites link to a page with the same link text to influence the ranking of that page for a search term.

This brings us back to the spammers. A spammer might have a site that sells “mydrug” and wants to be at the top of search results for “mydrug” on Google. They leave comments on hundreds or thousands of weblogs linking to their site with the link text “mydrug.” They don’t really care if you see their google bomb text—in fact they’d rather you didn’t in case you decide to delete it! They just want the search engine to see it when they index your page.

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