Websites Struggling To Block Social Spam

Websites Struggling To Block Social Spam

May 12, 2013

For almost as long as Facebook and other social networking services have been around, spam has been a problem for them. There are more than a few reasons why spammers prefer to target Facebook users than email accounts, as one piece of spam sent through social networking services is 250 times as impactful as a […]

How To Identify An Internet Troll

How To Identify An Internet Troll

September 16, 2012

Trolls, Spammers, Lurkers: they’re all of the same filthy ilk. So, why is it that they still thrive in such a troll-unfriendly universe? Probably because troll education is lacking and troll-eliminating technologies are still in infant stages. Here we discuss how to identify trolls, and how you can do the same for your site or […]

What if Spam Were True?

What if Spam Were True?

July 16, 2012

Imagine a world where the email that hit your spam filter actually came from the people and brands you know and trust, via your social networking news feed updates. We can become so bombarded with status updates, new “likes” and “shares”, and sponsored stories, it feels like it will only be a matter of time […]

Email Irritation

Email Irritation

May 25, 2012

95% of U.S. online consumers use email for communication and business. It’s a great tool to interact and reach new, existing, and future clients. However, email is not without its annoyances. Despite these issues, email has never been replaced and will continue to grow in the coming years. Still unconvinced? The infographic might change your […]