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How to avoid Spam Filter

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kaizersuzi, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. kaizersuzi

    kaizersuzi Junior Member

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    I have tried to comment in some sites for backlinks. After registering and tried to post a comment with my links.I got this message:
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    Your submission has triggered the installed spam filter and will not be accepted.
    Why that happened? How to avoid that happening?

    Thanks
     
  2. caretaker2007

    caretaker2007 Power Member

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    How spammy was your comment? Too many links, pharma?
    Are you changing up your wording a touch? Or just using one comment over and over?


    Those could be part of the problem.
     
  3. protectvn

    protectvn BANNED BANNED

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    I think you don't need do that.You can submit site to SE or Directory,....
     
  4. amber0855

    amber0855 Junior Member

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    Oh man that sucks.... now your website will be blacklisted everywhere, you are going to immediately have your site delisted and will be sued by all the major search engines at once! Run and hide! :eek:wned:


    No seriously, I think that many of the places where you can post comments have included all links to trigger the spam filter.

    I actually tried to submit comments to many very high pr sites with a single link in them and wound up with the same result.

    I just gave up, fired up xrumer on a list and woke up the next morning with 20k success...

    I would recommend to keep trying and scrape a big list of places to comment.

    Another good thing to try for the peeps that don't have access to autoposting software is to search for comments sections... then find some really spammy looking comments and search for that link...

    This should give you many good places to start trying to post links via comments
     
  5. kaizersuzi

    kaizersuzi Junior Member

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    The comment itself wasn't spammy. It was genuine comment with an anchor link at the bottom.
    What i noticed there were a lot of spam on that post. some spammers have a whole page that includes dozens of anchor link.

    Is my site going to be blacklisted as suggested by some?

    Thanks

     
  6. du2064

    du2064 Newbie

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    Too bad,I have faced the same problem,even I CHANGED the commend,change ip,clean cooike and remove the link ,the spam fliter still existed.
     
  7. martinataylor

    martinataylor BANNED BANNED

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    I also have facing same problem but I have a trick to submit my post at just like website. First of all I remove my all link on the post and submit it. After submission I edit my post and add my link on keyword.

    Its really very useful trick just try it.
     
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  8. jhakasseo

    jhakasseo Senior Member

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    I think there is no solution on same.