Minimizing Spam on your Quick Blogcast Blog
You have a few options to help minimize spam in your Quick Blogcast® blog. But you should start with the basics. The first thing you can do is know who is commenting on your posts. Ensure that “Allow anonymous comments” is not selected for your blog. Our Help article, Setting Discussion Options in Quick Blogcast will show you how to find this setting.
You also have the option of moderating all comments on your blog. By enabling this feature, all comments are held pending your approval in the “Visitor Interaction – Manage Comments” menu.
To make things easier, if you have a Deluxe or Premium Quick Blogcast plan, you may automatically delete spam comments. Check out the Help article on Managing your Comment Spam Protection in Quick Blogcast for more information on this feature. Enable this option and your Manage Comments screen should become spam-free! You can view deleted spam comments in the “Manage Comments” screen by following the steps in the Help article, Managing Comments in Quick Blogcast.
You may also want to blacklist spammers to combat the spammers at a very granular level. Each spammer’s email address or IP address may be banned, preventing them from posting on your blog in the future. To do this, just follow the easy steps in the Help article, Blocking and Allowing IP Addresses in Quick Blogcast.
I hope this helps!
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