WordPress Tricks and Tips: What is a Pingback on WordPress?

By | 27th July 2017
WordPress Tricks and Tips: What is a Pingback on WordPress?

Steal my top converting WordPress web designs here: http://bit.ly/webblueprints. Have you ever seen a pingback on your website and wondered what the heck it was? Do you want to disable pingbacks on your WordPress website? Then you’re in the right place. Watch this video for a pingback overview!

************************************

Wanna hire me? We build websites and create high-converting video marketing campaigns: http://bit.ly/hireVideospot1

************************************

Subscribe to my life: http://bit.ly/vsvlog

Get Socialistic
**************************
My website: http://thevideospot.net
Facebook: http://Facebook.com/yourvideospot
Twitter: http://Twitter.com/owenhemsath
Instagram: http://instagram.com/owenhemsath
Snapchat: owenhemsath

Video Notes:
—————————

Pingbacks on WordPress are sort of a trick subject. Pingbacks have a ton of value for bloggers and they alert you of your SEO gains but is it worth all the spam?

In this video, I’ll cover the basic idea behind what is a pingback and also show you how to decativate and reactivate a pingback on your WordPress dashboard.

Here’s an excerpt from WordPress:

Pingbacks
A pingback is a type of comment that’s created when you link to another blog post where pingbacks are enabled. The best way to think about pingbacks is as remote comments:

Person A posts something on his blog.
Person B posts on her own blog, linking to Person A’s post. This automatically sends a pingback to Person A when both have pingback enabled blogs.
Person A’s blog receives the pingback, then automatically goes to Person B’s post to confirm that the pingback did, in fact, originate there.

Watch this video for a more comprehensive look!
Video Rating: / 5

7 thoughts on “WordPress Tricks and Tips: What is a Pingback on WordPress?

  1. Turk Estetic - زراعة الشعر وكافة عمليات التجميل

    you are amazing

    Reply
  2. CLINTON JONES

    …GOOD JOB …I've wondered about the 'links' (social) afforded by modern websites

    Reply
  3. Andrea de Mier

    I now understand! It was difficult to find a good explanation 😝Great video!

    Reply
  4. Maryjames

    Very good explanation of a pingback. I now understand…thanks!

    Reply
  5. Iryna Fishchenko

    Great video. Im getting a hold of my blog now and this is really helpful 🙂

    Reply

Leave a Reply