A blog or “comments” section on your website is great for SEO. It’s great for community involvement. It’s great for getting your name out there.
But sometimes, comment spamming happens.
What is comment spamming?
This is when someone posts unsolicited advertisements as comments on your blog or website.
They crawl domains, find the comment forum, then post links back to their own site in an effort to gain Search Engine Optimization for themselves.
Trying to delete thousands of these comments can feel gruesome.
But there is good news.
If you use WordPress, in the administration panel, there is a function that allows you to filter through comments. So, you don’t have to do it one at a time.
By setting the comment feature to “pending your approval,” you can filter through the comments and delete all pending spam comments.
How do you do this?
Simply install the “delete all comments easily” plugin.
Once you activate this plugin, a menu option will be added to your tool’s menu.
That’s all there is to it.
Now, you don’t have to be plagued by comment spamming.
If you’d like to talk about optimizing SEO on your site or how to create a great landing page, give me a call at (310) 212-5727 or email Caleb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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