To the people spamming comments of PR5+ edu pages

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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.
 

lewi

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Many of them have CAPTCHA, so I know you are making comments manually.

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

Lewi
 

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

Captcha isnt a problen for automation.
 

russaus

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I feel your frustration. I had a few auto approved high PR edu blogs that used to serve me well . However the last few days they are been attacked by a group of ********ing brainless pricks that are selling NFL jerseys and another group with the replica handbags. They have totally destroyed these blogs.

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

it sucks.
 

deviatus

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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.

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