UNDERSTANDING YOUR PINGBACKS


Our pingbacks needed a vacation. They were overworked. Tired. Fed up. Weary of being used and never rewarded for their important role in keeping the lines of communications open.

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The pingbacks went walkabout. On strike. Gone away. I understand. If I were a pingback, I’d take vacations too. But you are back now.

Please tell your friends, the reblogs, to come home, too? I need them.


THE DAILY POST: PINGBACKS

21 thoughts on “UNDERSTANDING YOUR PINGBACKS”

  1. Yes, the return of the pingbacks. Perhaps “pingback” may become the word of 2016, along with the “Hashtag”. Yes I was using a Hashtag and it disappeared, but pingedback on the next day. Stop tagging your hash Johnny and put a back on your ping, but don’t forget to wash your hands. There are so many possibilities. Viva el Pingback.

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    1. You will. It isn’t terribly complicated. What makes it more difficult is the frequency with which the software breaks down. When you’re new, you don’t know if it’s you or the software. You can always ask me. I can’t fix it, but I can sometimes tell you what you are missing or need to do.

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