I am concerned about the number of DealCaddy weblinks that are popping up in my blog, and I am not at all happy about it. I have never granted permission for this. As a travel agent who uses her blog for her business I find it unacceptable that DealCaddy is connecting URL’s to my posts for things such as Cheap Disney Vacations, Eastern Caribbean Cruises, etc. It looks as if I am adding the hyperlinks myself and endorsing the site, when in fact they are directing business outside of my agency. There are also DealCaddy links to wreaths, christmas lights, discounted cruises, and more. I have spent a significant time this morning working on this issue, and it seems whenever I successfully remove one link another one pops up.
What can be done to solve this problem?
The blog I need help with is magicaldetailstravel.wordpress.com.
Those aren’t WordPress.com ads that you are seeing. You have a browser add on or toolbar or shopping site malware issue. See > See here for sorting this out > http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2012/05/19/sidebar-at-the-bottom-and-related-issues/
RATS! I failed to clear my browser. That’s the wrong link above. This is the correct one. Bloggers: Beware of Adware > http://onecoolsitebloggingtips.com/2012/09/14/bloggers-beware-of-adware/
WordPress.com does not use text enhance or text link ads or pop-up ads or links in comments. If you are seeing those then that’s a browser-ad-on issue, or in some cases, it’s embedded into free games downloaded from the internet or it’s from leech ads that you acquire by visiting online shopping sites.
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