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.

72-cropped-cheshire cat grin

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



Categories: Humor

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21 replies

  1. In their never ending quest to change things, WordPress breaks things more often than they fix things.

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  2. As a new blogger, I’m with the other dingbat. Oops wingbat. I’m going to figure this out pretty soon.

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  3. I can’t reblog either. Most frustrating. Pingbacks or lack thereof are very annoying. Hit and miss affair really

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  4. I’m back too, like the pingbacks!

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  5. I’m still trying to figure out what a wingback is??
    Leslie

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  6. I noticed that today when I was able to reblog the first Bond article.

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  7. I did get a pingback when you linked to my comic. They seem to work fine on my blog (or likely, with my theme), but I always have to approve them from moderation…

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  8. 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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