I can’t believe I missed this! I’m going to have to do some more reading me thinks….Do you recognize any of the comments above?
Your topic %TITLE% was interesting when I found it on %DAY% searching for %KEYWORD%. Thanks, %URL%…
After reading this post, I am not sure I understand what you are trying to relate. Please expand on your thoughts a little more. Thanks…
I can’t believe that I missed your point, I will have to do some research on this….
I never thought I will agree with this opinion, but you know… I agree partially now…
They’re typical BLOG SPAM comments, usually accompanied by a link to some obscure website promoting dating services, gaming, pills, e.g.
Are you running a blog for your business? Are comments turned on and moderated? If you’re not monitoring/approving every comment submitted, you may be unpleasantly surprised the next time you review your blog. It seems as though I delete at least one version of these every day.
Spam in blogs (also called blog spam or comment spam) is a form of spamdexing. It is done by automatically posting random comments or promoting commercial services to blogs, wikis, guest books, or other publicly accessible online discussion boards. Any web application that accepts and displays hyperlinks submitted by visitors may be a target.
Adding links that point to the spammer’s web site artificially increases the site’s search engine ranking. An increased ranking often results in the spammer’s commercial site being listed ahead of other sites for certain searches, increasing the number of potential visitors and paying customers.
Not two minutes after I posted this on my blog, I received, “I never thought I will agree with this opinion, but you know… I agree partially now….”