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Avoid red color, blogger | visit : outosego/category/blocked
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    1. If you like to use color to colorize a few words in your post, or to give a color to the headers (from heading 1 – heading 6), or to give a color to the links that you create, then, avoid to give the red color.

      One of the reasons -and the most important- is that most of the so-called spammers and spamming pages and sites use the red color to mark their words, their h1-h6, and their links in their posts (content). Most of the bloggers know, and they avoid to follow these sites, which is logical. When they see red links, the first thought is : “oh, here’s another one, another spammer, and a bullshit page (site, website, blog, or whatever you wanna call it)”.

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