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Google’s Attempt To Reduce Comment Spam

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Google’s Attempt To Reduce Comment Spam: I am not sure how much this is going to help since the Google redirector does not seem to deter spammers in the first place. On the other hand, if rel=”nofollow” was enforced on every link from a dynamic site, it might help (but Im sure that will piss off a lot of people)

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  1. a-giau (2 comments.) says:

    I think spammers want people to believe they don’t care about the de-page-ranking techniques or that the measures are useless, in the hope that bloggers will say, “It doesn’t work. Don’t bother with that nofollow stuff.” In the same vein some spammers continue to spam sites even though the delivered “goods” fail to contain anything load useful to them! No blacklisted URLs, no tell-tale names, not even hiding behind open proxies, just lots of vengeful comments designed to annoy and fatigue bloggers into giving up — preferrably just abandoning the blog but leaving commenting wide open.

  2. Rinku says:

    Hello Sir,
    We are doing a project for filtering comment spams. Isn’t that cool. For this we require samples of comment spam.I will be grateful if you can forward me the samples.
    With Regards
    Rinku



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