The phenomenal popularity of the internet has led to many different innovations and online practices. Networking, marketing and blogging are only few of the countless online activities these days. Then there’s spamming. If you’re running a blog site, chances are you’ve already encountered several of those annoying spam comments and enquiries. Here are some ways to prevent spam on your website.
Spam is one of the most concerning aspects of emailing as it can jam your mailbox with unwanted mails and sometimes is the root cause of a virus or spyware attack. According to a survey conducted by Sophos, US and China top the list of countries that receive spam while Asia is at the top of the continent list with 35.2% followed by Europe at 28.5% and North America at 24.2%. The question is: is there a permanent solution to spam?