How to Add Google ReCaptcha to Your WordPress Site

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Spam is the WORST.

I was actually going to take this month off from tech posts (not that my 1X/month schedule is that taxing – more on what’s coming in 2021 in a separate post!), but then, I logged into my site to find a TON of spam comments to delete after I just cleared a bunch the other day.

Enough is enough!

If you’re suffering from spam comments or bot sign ups, you have a few options. There are paid services that you can use, but a great (and FREE!) first line of defense is Google ReCaptcha.

Here is the easy way to install it in your site:

Best of luck! Xx, Kara


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Hi, I'm Kara

I’m one part website designer, one part strategist and one part accountability partner.  I help service-based solopreneurs get set up online with out the tech headaches!

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