Why do spammers...

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  1. homenet

    homenet Power Member

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    I have just been churning out some blog engine comments and I noticed one page was taking a horribly long time to load, the reason? Some jerkoff has spammed his link around 500 times in a comment, but also he has added the rel=nofollow tag to it.. wtf is all that about?
     
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    If they are all different links, maybe he is trying to get them indexed.
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  3. homenet

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    Thats the thing though, it was all the same link.
     
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    Same anchor text too?
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    IP diversity, high pr and do-follow are only for Google high ranking. But what abt Yahoo and Bing. I think you get my :cool:
     
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