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Advanced SEO: What's Your Comment Spam Strategy?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Micallef, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

    Apr 29, 2009
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    Comment spam. We all do it, some better than others.

    I want to pick your brains on the following issue:

    How much can/does google infer about your link from the surrounding text?

    For example, I have often thought it would be easy for Google to identify some of my links as comment spam and devalue them. However, it does not do this.

    E.g. it would be easy for Google to look for "nice post" and other thankyou 1-line posts with a link, or devalue all links which are preceded by "posted by" etc. There are so many ways.

    What I do at the moment:

    I prepare a paragraph of text related to my own niche, and insert no more than 2 of my links into it. The paragraph is altered every x number of postings.

    Note: I deal almost exclusively with unmoderated sites.

    So many spam comments out there are endless chains of hundreds of links. How can Google fail to notice these as spam?

    Mainly what I want to know is: What's your comment spam strategy and why?
  2. kounamouta

    kounamouta Regular Member

    May 14, 2009
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    they faild coz the cant see any link, it looks like text
    i dont have any prob about hard spamING commts :)

    oh what my strategy? DOMINATION!
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2009
  3. Keedev

    Keedev Regular Member

    Apr 2, 2008
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    Well if they wanted to they could due to the footprint most people leave behind. I don't do anything that out of the box aside from spinning the messages using either ascii, bad spelling/grammar/structure, and synonyms. If anything major I do is that I try to create a click-through from the blogs readers while at the same time generating a backlink or two, nothing new. I just try to keep things natural.

    I always change author titles/emails though. That is a definite flag imo aside from the date/time posted. There can only be a few Bobs promoting the same site on dec 1-5 and not three thousand of them. :p