17 May 2018

Housekeeping - On Comments


Spamming bloggers is such a disrespectful tactic for attempting to get your message or advertisement, or scam attached to a blog address.  I have been inundated with 'Anonymous ' comments over the last year or so on The Spice Garden. I responded long ago by placing a policy statement that appears at the end of each post. It clearly says that I don't print comments made by folks who are unwilling to identify themselves.  This saves me from being the target of folks who want to sell, attach themselves to my followers, poke a virus into my posts, etc etc etc.

So, if you are one of my anonymous spammers, please re-think your tactics. And if you are someone poking around the food blogs and wish to make an honest point about something you've read in one of the posts, suck it up and enter your name and the required information in the comment form. I edit my 'comments awaiting moderation'. You stand a better chance of entering the conversation on the blog by identifying yourself. If you don't, your comments are relegated to the spam folder. Sorry, but that's my policy.

Now ... back to cooking and posting.


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