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how to make comment that pass askimet?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by brainet77, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. brainet77

    brainet77 Junior Member

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    Hi, I want to ask, how to make a comment that pass askimet filter.

    its look like most of my comment got filtered by askimet, and never show up :(
     
  2. Dadelius

    Dadelius Regular Member

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    Crazyflx had a method a while back, here's the link.

    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo-tools/233166-domain-banned-akismet-using-scrapebox-doesnt-have-get-past-akismet-ban.html
     
  3. brainet77

    brainet77 Junior Member

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    @dadelius : thanks for the links

    I think askimet not just ban the domain, Is it possible that askimet also ban IP?

    because I have try to post a comment on one of my auto blog, and using "google[.]com" in the url. and it also end up in spam comment list. the same thing happen even if I try to use "askimet[.]com" in the url field.

    Can someone here kindly let me know how this askimet filter method work?
     
  4. kensai

    kensai Junior Member

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    Dont use common spam syntax, try and be more creative and you might fool kismet, but remember you cant fool the admin :p
     
  5. brainet77

    brainet77 Junior Member

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    thanks for the reply, waht do you mean by "common spam syntax" can you be more specific? :china:
     
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    Be creative, be genuine, do it manually :) Simple as that.
     
  7. blackrain010

    blackrain010 Junior Member

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    Go to the site, read the article and post a relevant comment.
     
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    seocompanymail Regular Member

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    I should be related to somehow with the blog or comment. One of the most common ways that I found my comments get approved is I just write "thanks for the information on [keyword] Is it possible to advertise on your site." Just elaborate on it. I found it works about 70% of the time.
     
  9. Dadelius

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    From what I've seen they ban by email, domain, and not IP
    because If I leave a comment using a domain that I rarely promote they go through fine.
    But like you pointed out, I keep ending up in my own spam filters when I comment on my own blogs at times.

    The only way out of the akismet filter (that I know of) is to have enough people pull you out of the spam filter and claim your comment as good.

    (I had to comment on 50 to 100 blogs) and then email or contact the owner saying "Hey left a comment, but it didn't show up)
    Most will fish it out if its a decent relevant comment.
     
  10. massanth

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    Speaking as someone who actively adminsters most of my blogs...I have akismet and some other features in place and instead of just deleting the spam...I will personally....manually ban the IP of anyone who sends more than one spam comment to my blog. I will manually ban the IP anyone whose comment starts with the words "are you tired of getting useless traffic" or any permutation of that....I will ban the IP of anyone whose comment involves just about any of the easily spotted typical spam syntax....It takes very little time and I am sure I am not the only one who bans people manually....

    Read the post...make a relevant comment. Yeah it takes time and is not automated but it works.
     
  11. Viltedali

    Viltedali Regular Member

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    If you post a comment on a blog, and the webmaster marks it as spam, I think you're basically screwed no matter how great the comment as then I think akismet will view other comments with the same url as the backlink (or even mentioned in the comment, in my case) as spam (please correct me if wrong).

    If indeed correct, then at the mercy of the webmasters of the sites you comment on.

    I've read on in one of the posts on here that you can try to get your site removed from the spam list somehow.
     
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    makingfastcash22 Senior Member

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    I think ip address play a great deal on this and maybe domain names..

    I cannot seem to post comments for some of my sites not matter the email address or ip address...
     
  13. efwebs

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    Just post legitimate comments. Google knows if you are spamming all over the place too.
     
  14. Jesperj

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    I think its rather hard typing these spinable comments. Comments that are fit for most blogs are usually not targeted on the blog post itself your posting on, its more of a "hey great stuff" (obviously a more complex text) thats able to be used.

    Maybe one day i will learn hehe