Disable. Word. Verification.
You know that pesky box that pops up when you leave a comment on another blog? It's called Word Verification and guess what: that same annoying box is probably popping up when people want to comment on YOUR blog. It is a default setting on Blogger so unless you turned it off already, it is currently irritating your internet audience. Fortunately, this is a very easy tool to disable and this will make your followers very happy.
I posted instructions for disabling Word Verification a few months ago, but since then I have learned a new method for turning this feature off that's even faster and more convenient.
Today I'm thrilled to share 2 new video tutorials with you! The first video provides a quick demo for disabling Word Verification. The second video shows how to check your blog's Spam folder (which you should do occasionally) and delete any spam comments it may contain.
How to Disable Word Verification
How to Check Your Blog's Spam Folder
And there you have it! Simple right?
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