Sometimes I cannot tell the difference between spam and a legit comment. Thank you WordPress for a filter.
The comments below are what I call offensive spam. These comments made my blog feel insecure for 0.5 seconds.
- “I used to be able to find good advice from your content”.
- “Your blog used to make me happy”.
- “I used to be able to find important information here”.
The comments below are what I like to call complimentary spam. Way to stroke my blog’s ego.
- “There s some good points here”.
- “You always know what to say”.
- “I keep coming back to your blog for more”.
- “Keep up the great work , I read few posts on this site and I think that your web site is rattling interesting and holds lots of great info “.
- “I just want to tell you that I’m very new to blogs and really loved your web site. Likely I’m planning to bookmark your site . You definitely come with awesome articles. Kudos for revealing your blog site.”
Sometimes my complimentary spam feels like my personal cheer-leading squad.
Were you ever tempted to approve a spam comment because it was so eloquent and flattering? It’s a trap!
Note: I have to start describing things as ” rattling interesting”. Cheers.