Blog Spamming Secrets Revealed

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Seems like Internet Marketing Center might be trying to cash in on their past reputation, using it to push blog spamming.

from marketingtips.com/traffic-secrets

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It seems absurd that after as long as they have been on the web, building up brand equity, that they would push blog spamming at this point. Is pushing blog spamming a viral marketing ploy, or just plain dumb?

I jokingly posted about blog spamming software a year ago, but why would anyone legitimately push blog spamming at this point?

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Ah-ha....

So that's who's responsible for the recent invasion of totally dumb and unimaginative pharmacy and pr0n comment spam on my blogs!

Well, as with most everything on the web, there are people who invent things, people who catch up on things and use them early while they are still effective - and there are people who don't know any better and get pitched about stuff that's been long devalued. We've seen this happen to almost every technique out there, haven't we?

impressing case studies...

"He got a #3 ranking in Google... FREE -- with just a few minutes' effort!"
the keyword is: wordpress 6.0 business automation software
1.300 competing websites ;-) wow! I wonder how they managed not to make it to #1.

that's just like selling windows by pointing out that you can see the sky if you look through them...

Pushing software...

...why would anyone legitimately push blog spamming at this point?

Because it's getting harder to get away with and it doesn't work as well as it once did. It's the way of most black hat stuff -- as soon as it stops working, start selling it Rudl style to less savvy "webmasters" looking for the easy way out.

times are a changing already

Results 1 - 10 of about 867,000 for juvenile diabetes symptoms

and he's #4 not #1

who needs a computer? Marketing wankers

A bunch o' marketing wankers around a conference table looking at paper reports... not a computer in sight - :-)

Over $79,583.28 spent discovering this!

So like $79,583.29 - Money well spent.

Because it's getting harder

Because it's getting harder to get away with and it doesn't work as well as it once did. It's the way of most black hat stuff -- as soon as it stops working, start selling it Rudl style to less savvy "webmasters" looking for the easy way out.

Seems to work fine on MSN still.

Yuck!

MLM anyone

They play to the same stupid people who sign up to MLM programs. There will always be a market for this sort of thing, even if its time has really passed

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