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Understanding Blog and Ping

Posted By Darren Rowse 16th of August 2005 Pro Blogging News 4

Blog Herald has a good post on Understanding Blog and Ping – I’ll leave it to Duncan to explain:

‘The last six months has seen a massive rise in content theft blogs and spam blogs, and there’s one thing these blogs usually have in common, and that’s the whole “Blog and Ping” thing, but if you don’t know what Blog and Ping is, don’t feel bad, because most people don’t.

But before I start a word of advice: don’t do it. Knowing and understanding your enemy is important in formulating ways of overcoming and defeating them. People who create these blogs are leeches who deserve nothing less than being banned from the search engines they so desperately seek to be included in.’

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. “People who create these blogs are leeches who deserve nothing less than being banned from the search engines they so desperately seek to be included in”

    Right on!

  2. I must just say that Tenchnorati have been very good at removing a couple of such sites that I noticed. An email (and a note saying look this person says the same here on this blog) and the sites were removed the next day.

  3. […] Furthering the research let’s go back to a couple of posts; by Darren Rowse, pointing to Duncan Riley, where there are many additional comments that ought to be interesting to read. Duncan’s comment “The challenges presented by people using Blog and Ping strategies will force search engines and others to find new ways of filtering the rubbish out and that will be a good thing for the blogosphere” also peaks interest because of what is to follow. […]

  4. Ping is good method and extend your blog to the world.

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