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QQ: If I modify and publish SPAM comments on my blog, will Google think they're natural?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by HANNA-M0NT-ANNA, Apr 14, 2013.

  1. HANNA-M0NT-ANNA

    HANNA-M0NT-ANNA Newbie

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    Right now I get a small number of spam comments on my blog every day and I just delete them.
    I also noticed that the IP is recorded. Wondering: If I delete the spam trackback attempt and all that non-sense, change the text of the comments to something kinda SEO, but not too much and then publish it, will Big G crawl it and think it is a real comment?
     
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    pokerjk Senior Member

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    Yes it will, it isn't getting to make much difference though I would concentrate my time else where.
     
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    kegnum Senior Member

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    yes, Google will not be able to tell the difference.
     
  4. HANNA-M0NT-ANNA

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    Right. But I was thinking of adding it to one of my contractors to do list... a simple thing.
    I wonder if over time this could add up.
     
  5. HANNA-M0NT-ANNA

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    I just installed xCommenter to accomplish this task. The problem with the old way (turning of spam protection) was that the comments were complete spam and I had to modify them alot.
    xCommenter pulls relevant content from Y-Answers to post (with proxy) so not only is there minimal editing of the comment, I can have relevant discussion (albeit fake discussion) on the blog.
    This software is great!

    New question - When I post links to my blog posts on social nets, there is tons of discussion but it all happens on the social network, not my blog. Can I copy this discussion to my comments or will this hurt my ranking?