Spam comment?

Last Update: February 05, 2014

A formidable share, I just given this onto a colleague who was doing a bit evaluation on this. And he in reality bought me breakfast as a result of I found it for him.. smile. So let me reword that: Thnx for the deal with! But yeah Thnkx for spending the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about it and love reading more on this topic. If attainable, as you become expertise, would you mind updating your weblog with more details? It's highly helpful for me. Big thumb up for this weblog submit!

This time it is my turn to ask for comments re spam,. This is the second time I have had a comment from this website.I will post the link below. Surely this is spam?

This is the link:

http://iphtamerira.ru

This is my website: www.onlinescamsexposed.com

Comments are much appreciated!

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OldCodger Premium
It's from Russia - without love. Get rid of it! If you use "wordfence", type in the Service Provider number/s, which should exclude it.
:) george
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christine2 Premium
thanks, I just put it into spam
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Mark Tait Premium
Hi Christine - it doesn't read well, and makes no real grammatical sense - and even the sense you can make of it, hasn't really got anything to do with your website.

As such, I would definitely say it is spam. You would be wise to trash it - as Google will see the comment on your site, and think "this doesn't make sense" and punish your ranking for it.

One of their guidelines is to remove spammy comments as soon as possible.

All the best, Mark
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christine2 Premium
Thanks, that's what I thought, and I have not approved it, so it's not showing on the website.Will definitely spam it. I am just amazed at how many spam comments I get, which I usually disapprove automatically and put them into spam.Do you think this is automated spam or are there real people behind it?
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Mark Tait Premium
Hi - there are very few people doing this. There are lots of automated systems behind most spam (both comments and emails). It's just something we have to put up with - like junk mail!!

All the best, Mark
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Isimaus Premium
Hi, Christine, i´ve installed statcounter on my pages, it´s free, and i´m thrilled with it. It´s way more easy to use as google analytics and it provides you not only with your stats, but it shows me also the exact path a visitor takes AND if its a webcrawler or bot. Maybe its helpful, i´ve got visitors from .hu and they´re no spam...Have a wonderful day !
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christine2 Premium
Thanks for that.I just asked internetgranny what statcounter is, I must remember to install it.
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Blessings44 Premium
I also use statcounter. It's great! Much easier to use and understand than G Analytics. Lydia.
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Rizzer Premium
"A formidable share, I just given this onto a colleague who was doing a bit evaluation on this. And he in reality bought me breakfast as a result of I found it for him.. smile. So let me reword that"

A good way to check if your unsure is to take the first two lines of a comment and put into Google search with " either end and you,ll see the exact same comment left on other websites. try it with the phase above and you,ll see what I mean

These comments are created with programs that work their way through the web looking for blogs to leave auto generated spam on, there is no human visitor coming to your site when you get left this type of comment.
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christine2 Premium
Thank you, I appreciate all comments. I do know it makes no real grammatical sense and i was wondering if comments like that are automated.
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Rizzer Premium
Spam!
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