When SEOs get desperate Paid Members Public
Like most bloggers of any note, I get regular e-mails asking me to publish guest posts, or text links. I understand the SEO reasons for this, but always decline – politely to the well-thought through ones, and through deletion to the ones where my name, my blog name and a recent
If this is how you're getting SEO work... Paid Members Public
[![SEO Spam](https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2012/02/Screen-Shot-2012-02-07-at-15.20.21-thumb-520x245-2351.png?resize=520%2C245)](https://i1.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2012/02/Screen-Shot-2012-02-07-at-15.20.21.png) Boy, are you in trouble.
Spam, technology and a bloody tough week Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2011/02/5431669378_04a5a4bf09_o_2.jpg] It’s the end of a long working week, one that has been dominated by behavioural problems masquerading as technical ones. We’ve had a number of very intense spam attacks on our blog
The WordPress Attack, Competition and Blogging Innovation Paid Members Public
John Gruber mused [http://daringfireball.net/linked/2009/09/05/wordpress-attack] : > I have to wonder when WordPress users will start switching to some other platform. There’s a reason it’s not happening. They can’t. There are no good alternatives for a less technical user who wants to self-host.
Newspaper History, Wordpress Exploits and Sarah Lacy Paid Members Public
Good Lord, nearly 6.20pm and I still haven’t done a decent post today. And I was so sure it was going to be a quiet day today. Never mind, here are some hit and run things that caught my attention today: * Marc Andreessen is writing about the history
Spammers invade Technorati Paid Members Public
Talking of technology woes, I’m rather irritated that this fellow has “fave”d me on Technorati: A spammer? Oh, I think so. I sent the Technorati folks a message about it a few days ago, but nothing has been done yet…
Le Web 3 '07: Jason Calacanis on Spam Pollution Paid Members Public
Google is starting to smack down spam, but it’s still an issue – affiliate links.Calacanis had some suggestions for the attendees about how to manage this: - Build curation into your service. - Police your service - Reduce anonymity without reducing freedom - Punish bad peopleUsers have to “own