How to Spot Comment Spam

How to Spot Comment Spam

If you have a popular website, you will start to notice that you will get spam every once in an awhile. The most common form of spam are comments from a website because they are the easiest form of information submission. To rank higher in Google, a long time ago, linking to many websites was a major ranking factor. Now Google does not consider this a major ranking factor, but there are still bots out there that try to link to websites using the software. So how do you know if a comment is spam? Below we show you how.

People posting with no names

People posting with “viagra”, “earn more money” or other words that surely does not sound like a name is obviously spam. A person who is weary about giving their information out will probably just leave their first name, instead of random words.

Same IP address

If you see multiple comments from the same IP address, it is most likely spam. What is happening is that one computer is sending out all those spam comments to different websites trying to link to them. This form of SEO is called blackhat SEO.

Nonsense email addresses

There are emails that have plenty of words jumbled up. adsfda@gmail.com is an example. In the case you see below, we consider this as comment spam.

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Misspellings

Our world has come very diverse. Having misspellings is not always the case of comment spam, but it is still considered. There are some words that are most commonly misspelled by people. If you see words that are uncommonly misspelled, then that would be a sure clue that it is spam. Considering the amount of misspelled words should be taken into account also.

Nonsense comments

More often than not, there are comments that are unrelated to what the article or blog post is about. If this is the case, the chances of the comment being spam are high.

 

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Remedies

All of the remedies to spot comment spam we are about to mention is free. The first two are not SEO-friendly, although they do help in getting rid of comment spam once and for all.

Install Akismet

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With 4.8 stars as of writing this article, Akismet is a freemium plugin that takes care of comment spam. There is an option to automatically delete or blacklist spam. This plugin is perfect for those who do not want to see or deal with the types of comments as some of them are disturbing to read.

 

Install a social media commenting system plugin

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This can be in the form of Facebook or Google plus commenting system. Only people with a Google or Facebook account will be able to comment.

The only downside to this is that it does not help with SEO.

Here is an all-in-one plugin that lets your users decide what social media profile they’d like to comment with.

Here are three Facebook commenting plugins: Facebook Comments WordPress, Facebook Comments by Vivacity, and Lazy Facebook Comments.

Install Disqus

Disqus does not help with SEO either. Disqus is a software that is embedded in the comments section using a plugin. Because this is embeddable, any comments being submitted will only be sent to Disqus. Human eyes can see the comment, but Google’s robots don’t. Google’s robots will only see embeddable text. Another downfall of this system is the need to register before submitting a comment. The registration process requires the user to check his or her email address which may take a few minutes. Unless the user submitting a comment already has a Disqus account, it would annoy and demotivate other users from commenting.

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Install Google ReCaptcha

Brought to you by Google, this captcha software is free if you have a Google account. This captcha will require users to select pictures based on what the captcha generates. If it thinks that you are a bot, it might ask you multiple times. Google ReCaptcha also has a plugin available in the plugin depository.


recaptcha spot comment spam

There are also remedies on WordPress.org that talks about combating comment spam. 

To recap

Comment spam is annoying at takes time from us since we’re required to clean and optimize our website. Websites are not ‘set and forget’ beings. If you have too many comment spam, you could consider enrolling in our WordPress website care plan. We’ll take care of comment spam for you as maintenance and any other updates that are needed. You can keep a peace of mind knowing that your website will not be get penalized from Google due to comment spam. Websites that are not kept clean and optimized have a higher chance of catching spam and getting a hit from google, which then deindexes the website from the SERPs (Search Engine Results Page).

Did you find this article helpful? Have you used any of the plugins mentioned above? Or do you have another remedy you can share? Do you have experience getting banned from Google because of comment spam?

Is It Time to Upgrade Your Website?

We have a couple of clients ask us to update their websites by fixing broken code or updating valuable information on their website. Sometimes, there are too many updates that, it is better to upgrade their website to satisfy all their needs. So how do you know if it is time to update? Below we list some important things to consider:

It does not accurately reflect your business

If you need to change more than three things, then it is better to get your website redesigned. Here are common things that may require you a site upgrade:

  • you moved to a new location
  • you have new services
  • you have new social media profiles
  • you need to update your portfolio
  • you have more testimonials that you need to add.

“Even though you are busy, even though client’s need you, even though you have got many deadlines, you cannot see straight. My new website is a far better representation of my business; I should have done it sooner.” – Christopher Butler, Howdesign.com

It does not work well on mobile.

Google will penalize you if your website is not mobile-friendly. This is a fact. Your site will not even show up in the search engine results page (SERPs) if your site is not mobile-friendly. Hitwise reported that.

Your search engine rankings are low, or it could do better.

Are you not getting enough leads as how you used to? Google updates their search engine to keep spammers away. One thing they prioritize are websites that are often updated.

Your visitors are not sticking around or converting.

Here are a few things that might be the reason why they have been exiting out of your website.

It looks outdated.

If your design is far behind your competitors, then it is time for a change. Your website is the first impression of you by potential clients, and more people trust websites that are updated.

It is slow.

Having a slow website makes it hard to update. In a recent study, 47% of consumers expect a web page to load in 2 seconds or less. In another recent study, 40% of people abandon a website if it takes longer 3 seconds to load. Oftentimes, your site is requiring to be robust; you might have to update your website hosting if this is so. Updating your website hosting gives your site more speed, and can handle more people coming to your site. The sooner you upgrade, the cheaper it is.

It is hard to navigate

The primary purpose people visit your site is to find more information about a topic. This means that people are interested in the content. If people cannot locate what they are looking for, they will likely abandon your website and go to another website that is easier to navigate and a lot faster than yours.

It does not represent your brand

Change is part of a business’ growth. Sometimes our brands change. This means that sometimes we get a new logo, change your website’s colors, or just update altogether. If this happens, then you might as well have a new website for you altogether.

Here are example website that have been upgraded:



Source: Web Solutions

Conclusion:

If people see your website and it is outdated, they might not want to look at it because they know that the information might be outdated as well. Upgrading websites are not exactly cheap, but websites advertise for you 24/7. If you have many changes that you need to make on your site, it would be best if you upgraded your site instead. Many upgrades will cost more than what you expect.

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How to add the google analytics tracking code on the Avada Theme

There are numerous ways to add the google tracking code using the Avada theme, although it either requires some PHP knowledge or a plugin (which we are trying to avoid due to google’s standards). Below are the steps you need to take to find the tracking and code and put it on your website using the Avada Theme.

Steps:

1.Get the tracking code from google analytics and put it on a text editor of your choice (notepad, documents, etc.)

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Go to[fusion_highlight color=”#607d8b” rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””] Admin[/fusion_highlight] .

Choose the respective account and property

Under property, click on [fusion_highlight color=”#607d8b” rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]tracking info> [fusion_highlight color=”#607d8b” rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]Tracking Code.[/fusion_highlight]

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then, add it to your website.

2.Paste the code on the [fusion_highlight color=”#607d8b” rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]tracking code [/fusion_highlight]portion within the Avada [fusion_highlight color=”#607d8b” rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]Theme Options [/fusion_highlight]Portion.

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Go to the backend of your website > [fusion_highlight color=”#607d8b” rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]Avada [/fusion_highlight]> [fusion_highlight color=”#607d8b” rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]Theme Options [/fusion_highlight]> [fusion_highlight color=”#607d8b” rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]Advanced [/fusion_highlight]> [fusion_highlight color=”#607d8b” rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]Code Fields.[/fusion_highlight]

Paste your tracking code on the Tracking Code Portion or the Space before </head> portion.

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3. Click Save.

You will see a top bar that says, “Settings have been changed, you should save them!”.

4. Checking

How do you know if you installed the tracking code correctly?

You can either wait and see if you get traffic tomorrow, or you can use this tool. 

Be sure to backup your site!

 

How to fix your Meta Information using the Yoast plugin

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How to fix your meta information using the Yoast plug-in

What is the meta information?

Meta is the information that spiders use to show your information on the search engine results page(SERPs). You want to put the right information for this portion of your pages so that people will know what your page contains. Basically, it is like a summary of your page.

Here is how you can do it by bulk.

Go to the back-end of your WordPress site [http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin] and go to the titles and meadows page on the Yost tab


On that page, you will see two tabs: one that says title, and the other that says description.

This is what they are referring to:


Now that you have a visual of what it’s going to look like, make sure that the content that you write will entice  readers to click  on your page.

What makes an excellent meta-description?

1. It needs to be around 135 to 150 characters long.

This is the amount of characters that Google is going to show on the SERPs. Google will add three periods to the end if it is too long.

2. It should match the content of your page

Don’t try and mislead your visitors. If they don’t find what they’re looking for on your page they will exit out and you will end up having a high bounce rate. Google will then realize that your page does not contain what viewers are looking for so eventually google will take your page off that keyword result.

3. It should be unique.

Don’t try and write generic descriptions for your meta. Something unique will entice your visitors to view your page.

4. It should have your target keyword on it.

Remember that Google evaluates the search result rankings based on a lot of factors, but the amount of times the keyword/s are mentioned in the post is one of them.

What are good examples of Meta-descriptions?

One with active voice

 

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One that contains keywords

Source: Yoast

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Source: Yoast

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How to Create a No-Follow Link

This attribute is used for paid links that people include in their content. This attribute tells Google’s spiders not to follow that link since outgoing links contribute to a website’s authority.

All you need to do is add the “no-follow” attribute within your href code.

Example:

 

Google

 

Looks like this:

<a href=”http://google.com”>Google</a>

Now, to add the no-follow attribute, Just add the rel attribute before the first greater than (>) sign.

 

<a href=”http://google.com” rel=”nofollow”>Google</a>

 

How do you manage your WordPress site?

Managing a website can be a time-consuming and tedious process which is nonetheless very important. When managing multiple websites, it can sometimes feel that’s all you do and, let’s face it, it’s not usually particularly enjoyable. There are tools, however, which can make your life easier by making website management a much more efficient process. One in particular, called ManageWP, allows you to manage multiple WordPress websites, all from the same location. It’s a very powerful tool and below are some of its features:

Maintenance mode

ManageWP provides a couple of nice-looking templates to put up instead of the website when it’s down for maintenance. These can be customized and activating this mode just takes one click. This feature would also remove the need for a separate plugin just for maintenance mode.

Bulk code snippets

Running code snippets can be particularly useful in fine-tuning plugin settings, removing widgets from your website and clearing cache, among other things. One particularly convenient feature of ManageWP is that it gives you the ability to run multiple snippets on multiple websites at once, which can save you a lot of time.

Website analytics

You have the ability to view Google and WordPress analytics for the sites you choose to add to the tool. These tools are very useful in monitoring traffic to your website and allow you to see things such as the number of views to each of your pages, broken down to the day if you wish. They also allow you to learn more about your audience since they also tell you what countries your viewers reside in.

SEO ranking

You can keep track of your SEO ranking and see how this is changing, allowing you to make informed changes if need be. This helps with monitoring your keywords. This feature allows you to also see how your competitors are doing which is terribly convenient as it greatly reduces the time it would take you to check on your competitors one by one.

 

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Recommended Reading:

How to Optimize your Post before hitting publish

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Ease of collaboration

Working with others is made simpler as the tool eliminates the need for sending your information to collaborators who require access to the backend. Instead, you can simply invite them by email and they can access the tool’s dashboard. You have a lot of control over what they have access to as well since you can choose which websites they have access to and what they can edit.

 

 

Client reports

Reports can be very useful, whether you’re managing your own websites or someone else’s. They’re a good way for seeing how the website is doing, and also allows clients to get a fuller appreciation for your work. ManageWP lets you populate reports with one, simple, click.

Uptime monitor

People nowadays lead busy lives and the truth is, few have the time to spare to keep an eye on their websites 24/7. Luckily, the tool has an uptime monitor feature so you’ll be the first to know should any of your websites go down. Notification methods include via email and SMS.

Benchmark

No one likes a slow website and ManageWP allows you to check your websites’ performance. It’s good to get performance feedback in case you need to tweak how your website handles caching, or minify your CSS and JavaScript.

Security check

The security check feature allows you to verify that your websites are free from malware. If having your website infected by malware weren’t bad enough by itself, its presence could result in Google putting you on their blacklist. It could take months to resolve the issue if your website gets on Google’s bad side, and that is a very long time especially for a business website.

Easy website cloning and migration

The cloning feature lets you make a copy of your website easily, without having to touch the code. This is particularly useful if migrating your site to a new host. You can also use this feature to do edits to your website without having to go live by editing a cloned copy until you’re ready to publish.

Cloud backups

You can schedule website backups on their servers, or at a location of your choice such as Amazon, Dropbox or Google Drive.  You will get an email with the link to download the backup. You can also choose to manually trigger a backup of your site; always a good idea prior to making any updates.

Easy theme and plugin management

You can choose to add, activate, deactivate or delete themes and plugins to your websites using the tool. This can be especially convenient if deleting themes since it avoids you having to mess with the FTP. ManageWP also allows you to update the themes and plugins on your websites quickly and easily with one click and even gives you the option to ignore or downgrade them if you wish.

Dashboard

This is the control center, the place from where you can access all of the above. To make it even easier, you don’t even need to log in each time when going into the WordPress backend. Your ManageWP tool will log you in automatically.

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How to Increase your WordPress Limits

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Have you ever tried to install a theme on your blog? But you ran up against — “file limit exceeded”? This tutorial helps you increase your limits on your WordPress blog. You can increase your upload limits on the media section of your blog, and if you have large posts you can increase these limits too.

You need these three files:

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  2. [fusion_highlight color=”#d3d3d3″ rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””].htaccess[/fusion_highlight]
  3. [fusion_highlight color=”#d3d3d3″ rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]wp-config[/fusion_highlight]

 

Step 1: Go to your Root Server and find the php.ini file

This will be found in the [fusion_highlight color=”#d3d3d3″ rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]public_html[/fusion_highlight] folder.

If you can’t see it, create one. If it says you already have one, edit your viewer settings so that you can see hidden files. Once you found it, open it up and add this:

post_max_size = 25M
upload_max_filesize = 6M
max_execution_time = 180
memory_limit = 512M

 

 

Step 2: Go to your .htaccess file

Again, if you can’t find it, make sure you can see hidden files. Add this code to your .htaccess file. Be sure to edit the bold and italicized text with your home directory.

<IfModule mod_suphp.c>
suPHP_ConfigPath /homedirectory/public_html/php.ini
</IfModule>

 

Step 3: Return to [fusion_highlight color=”#d3d3d3″ rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””].htaccess[/fusion_highlight] and replace the home directory with your home directory.

 

 

How do I find my home directory?

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When you open your [fusion_highlight color=”#d3d3d3″ rounded=”yes” class=”” id=””]php.ini [/fusion_highlight] file, you will be able to find your home directory on the top bar. Please note that not all hosting companies have this feature.

home directory root

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[fusion_toggle title=”In Your Cpanel” open=”no”]

 

This should be under the statistics portion.

Ex. Bluehost

Cpanel Statistics
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[fusion_toggle title=”In Your File Manager” open=”no”]

Go your Cpanel and look for the File Manager Icon.

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Step 4: Click save and refresh your site!

 

 

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One secret tool that will help you destress in managing your WP blog

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If you have a blog, you most certainly know that managing it can be a headache. This is particularly true if you are a full-time blogger. Here is a tool that I would recommend in using to help your life a little bit easier and to make blogging more enjoyable.

Coschedule is an editorial calendar that works by using one plugin your WordPress site.

 

Coschedule Dashboard

I have looked for many plug-ins out there that will help in organizing your editorial calendar. This is fight by far the best editorial calendar I have come across. I initially started their service in the beginning in 2015 and I have never looked back.

 

Calendar

Here are their best features:

 

 

Social media scheduler

Everybody knows that planning your social media publishing is a pain in the butt especially if you want to gain more views and shares which help promote your posts. This calendar helps you schedule your social media with one click. You could automatically send it depending on the days you set after you hit publish.

 

 

Headline analyzer

 

Headline Analyzer

Many people have been using CoSchedule’s free headline analyzer. However, it is a hassle to use, especially if you need to copy and paste it into another browser just to check if it has an acceptable score. The headline analyzer is built into their editor which lets you think and choose which headlines would work and would be more clickable. For some of you who don’t know, the headline analyzer helps you create an eyecatching and high converting headline. This tool grades you based on previous viral posts, emotions, and uncommon words.

 

 

Social media templates

As mentioned above, their social media feature is the bomb dot com. They have social media templates that will help you amplify your reach even more. You can set to be published after you publish your post or you can even set it to where it’ll publish something before you even launched post. One cool thing about this is that if you add an extra picture or video, it will be included in your social media posting. All you need to do is to set it one time! Another thing is that you automate your social media posts indefinitely. You could republish it a week from now a month from now or any custom date you want. This lets you get as many likes or shares for your blog posts as much as possible.

Workflow Templates

 

Guest posting

Guest posting on people with have WordPress sites can be confusing, especially if you want to credit that person by having their profile listed even after you delete their profile on your site. There are special plug-ins out there that will let you do this, but adding even more plug-ins will slow down your entire website which is a big no-no for google! CoSchedule has a guest posting feature which lets the person register on CoSchedule and be a guest on your calendar. They will not see your whole editorial calendar unless you want them to. Moreover, when your collaboration is finished, you can just take that person off your editorial calendar and still have their profile shown on your blog.

 

 

Social media republishing

These are the profiles that they integrate with:

* Tumblr
* Facebook / Pages / Groups / Profile
* LinkedIn / Company / Groups
* Twitter
* Pinterest

 

Social Media Sharing Board

 

Add pictures

Have you ever had trouble with adding pictures to your social media posts? Problem solved. If you do not have an image that you want to upload, CoSchedule will grab images from your posts (if you have any). You can then choose which image you want to be added.

 

 

Google docs and evernote integration

I use Google Docs and Evernote continuously in creating my posts. Sometimes I have ideas that I clip from the web using the Evernote clipper. Most often, I save all my article drafts on Google Docs. CoSchedule has their very own editor where you could compose your article on their platform then add Google Docs or the Evernote note that you want to add making it organized for you.

 

 

Schedule to Pinterest!

This is a new feature everybody loves. A year ago they took away this feature because they were having problems with the integration. Now, they have added the Pinterest scheduling. Everyone knows that Pinterest brings more traffic to his or her websites than ever. The reason is that it is a visual platform. Instead of using other paid tools like the tailwind, CoSchedule already has this feature. No more managing using different kinds of services. CoSchedule has it.

How many hours do you spend doing this by yourself?

Tell me, how many hours do you spend posting your Pinterest pictures and determining the right publishing time for Facebook and Twitter? I know you spend a lot of time doing this because I did these for a while too! I would spend 6 hours just republishing 2 of my posts in all of the social media platforms mentioned above. I guess it’s partly because of my internet speed. hehe. But even with 25Mps it still is a lot of time, right? Why not automate the process so that all you need to worry about is your content? After all, that is the reason why you wanted to blog.

Trust me; it is the best investment I have ever made. With only $30 per month (if paid annually), you can get all of these features. Does it give you a headache? Is the headache even worth it?

 

 

Coschedule has a 14 day trial period!

If you are not happy with their service (which I doubt you will), then you will not be charged. If you want more time, I would recommend asking for another extension. The staff are always really nice about this. They want to make sure that you are happy with their services.

 

 

To recap here are the features that they have that no other service has:

The have the headline analyzer – helps you compose compelling headlines that are highly clickable

social media template/republish – helps you automate the social media process by helping you determine the best times to publish at the same time letting you know how many likes shares you recieve right at their dashboard.

Google Docs and Evernote integration – helps you gather your thoughts into their post editor so that you will not forget any information in your blog post (which is the worst thing that could ever happen).

Guest posting which is essential in thriving in this blogging cyber world.

Saves you time and stress!

All these features are available in one single plug-in. One only plug-in!



You can find all these features for free, but it will be VERY hard to manage. You will add even more stress to yourself. Moreover, you will have a hard time in keeping your website up to speed because all these plug-ins that you will use to replace these will slow down your site significantly. What have you got to lose? They give you a 14-day trial (or more).

Give it a shot! Imagine how it will feel when you wake up every day seeing your posts grow in likes and shares while you just write and post. At the same time, you’ll increase your authority online because Coschedule is helping you with your reach.

Do you have any questions for me? If you do, let me know below. In the meantime, go and check out their beautiful website and sign up for their FREE trial. I promise you won’t be disappointed!