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Comment Policy

I’ve been getting tons of bad comments lately, so it’s time to publish this. Stop trying to get a link back to non related sites or even loosely related sites. If you leave a useful comment, it’s ok to link back to your blog or website. If not, don’t bother. So, here’s the rules:

The following will be deleted:

1. Comments with links to non related sites.
2. Comments with a non related site in the comment’s URL.
3. Comments with profane language.
4. Comments with a related site in the comment’s URL but with nothing useful to say.
5. Comments with a spammy site in the comment’s URL even if they are useful.

If anyone disagrees, he is free to realise that I do not care.

Posted on Friday, September 30th, 2005 at 2:23 am under Rants. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

3 Comments

Dhira Says:

Hi,

The irony is you are probably getting spammed by black hat SEO software…particularly Blog Submitter Pro.

It looks for & leaves unrelated comments on blogs….though you probably already know about it?

blackhat-seo Says:

I get a some automated comment spam but not too much yet. The most annoying is the referrer spam though.

Spam me enough and I will spam you back. Just something to think about.

Mike Says:

LOL, too funny. NEVER spam a spammer. You’ll usually get the bad end of the stick :)

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