I’ve gotten the same spam message over and over again for 7 times now. And it goes something like this:
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First off, you’re suppose to have spaces after you punctuation. Lovely spam bot, I don’t believe that people type.Their.Sentences.Like.This. Not only that, notice the size of this paragraph. Notice how you don’t try to split your information into smaller more manageable chunks so that people will actually try to read it. Not only that, please, dear spam bot, watch which words you decided to capitalize the first letter on. Last time I checked, I believe it only happens at the beginning of a sentence, with the word “I” and proper nouns. Is “bold” a proper noun? Also, sir spam bot, you missed capitalizing an “I”.
Not to mention how not believable this whole thing is. If you want people to click on your link, at least sound human.
There is an art to spam. There are ways for people to set such large traps that you don’t even realized that you just got tricked into believing spam. Not that I’m promoting any of this. But seriously. If you were going to spam someone, why don’t you at least make an effort to make it seem believable?
And one good example of that is not making the same spam comment on the same blog multiple times.
Another good example is to not target blogs that have basically no audience.
Thank you and have a nice day.