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9 Thoughts On “2 Safest Ways To Share Your Email Address Online”

  1. icechen1 says:

    Thanks, I really do hate spam from accidentally revealing my e-mail online.

  2. Forsberg says:

    Awesome programs! The damages already done in my case – I receive a harsh deal of spam every day. Gotta try to Mailhide for my website tho, seems great.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Regards,
    Jonas.

    • Navin says:

      Sure things to try Forsberg. Thanks for droping a comment :)

    • Navin says:

      Thanks for the comment Forsberg, I useally share my email online by masking ‘@’ symbol to [at], it helps somehow. But the apps I listed above are fantastic and you can reduce your spam by 80%.

  3. Navin Soni says:

    While signing up on sites, which is a common source of emails getting shared/leaked – I use disposable email addresses. These are short lived emails, usually 10 min – 1 hour, which are self destructed. e.g. would be http://10minutemail.com

  4. user says:

    Hello navin bhai
    awesome tric you told above,but i have a similar problem like this i have blog & i got 10-20 spam everyday i just remove those but yesterday another blogger ask me through a comment that he got a lot of spam in his blog & ask me how to solve this problem but i am unable to solve this problem but today when i read your article i saw a hope.
    Are you know how to stop spam in wordpress blog,even i can’t found how to add captcha for comment confirmation.Thanx :)

    • Navin says:

      Hi, if you are using wordpress you can use SI Captcha Anti-Spam plugin(http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/si-captcha-for-wordpress/) to block spam comments. This plugin adds CAPTCHA in comments form, registration page, l and login page to block automated access. For adding CAPTCHA in blogspot blogs you can read this (http://smallbusiness.chron.com/adding-captcha-blogspot-29510.html) artice.
      Hope this helps.

  5. malware says:

    Thanx navin bhai for info.
    Actually i don’t read too much about wordpress coz i am lazy in reading,i want only result:)
    But after your above info i search for it how to install & what i got.
    WordPress.com Cons

    We provide 210+ themes (and adding more every day) which you can customize, but you cannot upload a custom theme
    You can’t modify the PHP code behind your blog
    ”You can’t upload plugins”
    My blog is not self hosted today i know :)