Thursday, June 27, 2013
He folks, In the time it takes to read this post, you should be redirected to athomewithrebecka.com,
my new Wordpress hosted site. All my recipes from the blogger site are awaiting you there. Thanks for visiting here, hope you enjoy my new place.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Spam, Spam, and not the kind served with green eggs and ham, have been plaguing, At Home with Rebecka.blogspot.com the past few months.
An inordinate amount of the stinking stuff has been slipping through Bloggers, Spam Blockers, and making my original blog site a stinking mess!
Nasty, inappropriate, Blam, is being posted here by sex sites, Fishing whores, as well as, abrasive people trying to push their products or social agendas. I have to tell you, it makes me sick.
Please be advised that I've stopped posting new recipes here on blogspot however, I keep the original blog active for the sake of original photo, content preservation, and accuracy. I do however, visit here often to moderate comments and keep in contact with new followers, and direct them over to athomewithrebecka.com
As a result of stupid SPAMMERS, all comments here on Blogger are being moderated before publishing, and I've had to activate that damn "CAPTCHA" thingy, which makes it more difficult for my dear followers to leave comments without hassle. I offer you my heartfelt apology about not taking action sooner.
Click the link HERE to visit my new Wordpress website where you will find all my old recipes, new and delicious recipes, as well as more food photos and videos. What you will not find is Captcha or Spammers on my new site!!
While visiting At Home with Rebecka on WordPress, please feel free to follow my RSS feed, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and more!!
"Blog spam, or "blam" for short, is spamming on weblogs. In 2003, this type of spam took advantage of the open nature of comments in the blogging software Movable Type by repeatedly placing comments to various blog posts that provided nothing more than a link to the spammer's commercial web site. Similar attacks are often performed against wikis and guestbooks, both of which accept user contributions. Another possible form of spam in blogs is the spamming of a certain tag on websites such as Tumblr." Source: Wikipedia
Damn Spam, I do not like it, Sam I am!!!