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Journal of VSarkiss (704)

Tuesday October 11, 2005
02:42 PM

Gah! spam

[ #27118 ]

Contrary to its name, link spam is not delicious.

I figured it was just a matter of time before somebody started abusing for this kind of thing, but it's still annoying when it shows up.

In case I'm rushing to judgement -- does anybody know that this is legitimate?

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  • The links themselves actually look like links that an SEO specialist might be interested in, including technorati and blog promotion sites. The tags are fairly accurate (except maybe "news" "popular" on each).

    What does make it look spammy is the hyperbolic titles, but I'm not 100% sure.


    • Well, that plus the ~ 100 tags for a single link, starting with "free stuff". I half expected to see "v1a6ra" in the list. :-O