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To the people spamming comments of PR5+ edu pages

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Amateur, Sep 8, 2010.

  1. Amateur

    Amateur Newbie

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    If you have gone through the hassle of finding high page rank (pr5+) URLs on .edu blogs, have the brainpower to leave a decent comment so it does not get removed. :confused:

    Many of them have CAPTCHA, so I know you are making comments manually. Why not save the mindless spam on sites that are much easier to find? A PR6 .edu URL that is also auto-approve is not easy to find, so why not take a few seconds to read and leave a comment instead of spamming the same link 3 times in 3 comments with no other words?

    This boggles my mind.
     
  2. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This statement is far from true as captcha is easy to automate and break!

    Lewi
     
  3. pirondi

    pirondi Power Member

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    Most people just use scrapebox to spam comments,so there is nothing to do.

    Captcha isnt a problen for automation.
     
  4. russaus

    russaus Junior Member

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    welcome to the internet. nothing is sacred. nothing belongs to you. nothing lasts forever.

    it sucks.
     
  5. keith

    keith Junior Member

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    It lasts a lot longer the more hidden it is though.
     
  6. deviatus

    deviatus Power Member

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    Are you talking about PR 5 .edu do-follow or no-follow links?