How do you feel about self serving fakes and pretenders online, who employ opportunistic means to drive traffic to their blog? How does approving and posting their comments on your site affect it?
Here’s a link to some very interesting reading, The WordPress.com Transparency Report encourages me to believe some are aware of how important and issue transparency is. Automattic plans to publish bi-annual transparency reports, summarizing the government information requests and takedown demands Staff have received.
Originally posted on WordPress.com News:
This week, a group of hackers released a list of about 5 million Gmail addresses and passwords. This list was not generated as a result of an exploit of WordPress.com, but since a number of emails on the list matched email addresses associated with WordPress.com accounts, we took steps…
Suppose you have a WordPress.com blog and you choose to auto post to social media sites like many other bloggers do. Then one day you find your most recent post did not get published to Facebook or another social network. What to do?
It’s English, TimeThief, but not as I know it, not as I know It. By Guest Author, Jill who blogs at http://jillscene.com The blogging world once was an alien world to me. When I realised that millions of people are publishing posts every day for anyone, anywhere to read I wondered if we might be…
by Guest Author, Disperser, (Emilio J. D’Alise) who blogs at http://disperser.wordpress.com Blogging is SO last week! Facebook is LIKE, today! Twitter is today and tomorrow!
By Guest Author, David Bennett who blogs at Photograph Works. When TT said she’d like me to write a guest post, I racked my brains for what I could write about. She writes about blogging tips and she’s good at it.