I wiped 145 spam articles on one of my sites today. Learn more on the affiliated article directory by navigating to Forum. Fortuitously I've moderate responses turned on so they never really get published. That produces the spammers poor, but thats the worst difficulty spammers have caused me.
However those that supposedly are our Spam saviors. Those that say they are fighting spam have caused me more problems compared to spammers...
Sometimes I don't know which individuals are the worst. Those that junk or those that say they're pursuing spammers.
I wiped 145 spam articles on a single of my websites today. Fortuitously I have reasonable remarks turned on so that they never actually get posted. Which makes the spammers bad, but thats the worst difficulty spammers have caused me.
However those that apparently are our Spam saviors. Those who say they're fighting spam have caused me more problems as opposed to spammers them-selves.
Sorbs.net lists your domain name as a junk domain name if you happen to be published on or near the same IP address since the spammers. Therefore you're guilty by association.
To really get your domain name removed off of sorbs.net's number, you have to provide them money. Looks a good deal like extortion simply because they manually put you to the record then ask you for the money to be eliminated.
Then of course they let you know that they supply the money to charity. I examined the charity they say they provide the money to. It would go to a legal defense fund if you charged them they could use to protect themselves. Some charity.
Twice now blogger.com has caused me spamconvenience. They've locked me out of one of my own websites and one I handle for a consumer because their spambot said it could be spam. In addition it says that when you are a human reading this message then obviously I'm unlikely a spambot and they will correct the problem.
They did this though on that blog they need me to typ-e in to the little field whatever mad words they have in the graphic to create each article on that sam-e blog.
Half the time the small picture is not even there. Which means you can't sort the little letters in to the field as the little letters do not occur. Just how could they use that approach to make sure I'm not bombarding, then flag it as a spam website?
But since I get paid to blog daily on the client's blog, my loss in income, that I am sure Google won't reimburse me for, is just that lost income due to the spam competitors.
They did this today to the client's website. They're reviewing it they say. Want to note that website? Head to http://hotelsandapartments.blogspot.com It's perhaps not spam.
Initially it happened was 1 day after I produced the blog. It had exactly one post in it. Wow, exactly what a spammer I am. They blocked me from logging in but sent a really nice e-mail to me, which I'd not decided in for, saying they'd be pleased to examine that blog also. They also provided a nice link to where I can submit a form to request an evaluation.
When I used their great link within the unwanted e-mail, (maybe not junk), they sent me, it asked me to log-in using the user-name and password that THEY HAD ALREADY BLOCKED ME FROM USING!
In order that blog needed to be rebuilt elsewhere. Again, I've had way more trouble from junk fighters than I ever have had from spammers. Well, thats all for my argument. Now I have to see if I can obtain the small image below to load so I can see what silly characters I've to sort into the box so you can see this article..