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Insidious spammers and their effort. 

 Answers from Elena Ornig

Spam or Comment?

NOTE! Since this article was published I had received 62, 726 spams and the number is still growing!

On average, I am receiving around 250 spams per week on my blog Answers From and websites: www.authorsinterviews.biz , www.motherofblogs.com , www.hotdigitalbooks.com

Regardless to my headache that spammers are creating for me – I have to admit that they are quite crafty with words paraphrasing. I collected a handful of the innocent looking comments from my websites and blog that are actually real spams. What surprised me is how the insidious spammers , in their effort to create 999 spams (phrase combinations), used only 49 words.

The words are: again, appreciate, awesome, article, applause, blog, big, bit, cool, cannot, enjoyed, enough, ever, every, fantastic, forward, great, grateful, got, hey, informative, keep, looking, loved, major, more, much, Muchos Gracias ( Spanish “many” or “much” thanks in English), mundo (Spanish “mundo” means “world” in English), neat, nice, obliged, post read, reading, really, round, say, sharing, thank/s/ies, truly, value, very, want, will, writing, wow.

I always pay attention for the comments before their approval. The first indicator is the meaning of the comment and how relevant it is to the actual posting or a publication. From my personal observation 99% of the comments that are looking like a nice general phrases – spams. All spams below sound legitimate and sometimes it is hard to separate the real spam from a genuine comment. Therefore, I hope that after reading these real spams you will be more aware of what to look for. As for my own curiosity, I will really appreciate your honest comment about your experience with spams and the spammers.

The real crafty spams:

  1. Thank you for your post. Really looking forward to read more. Cool.
  2. Really appreciate you sharing this blog post. Really thank you! Really Cool.
  3. Thank you ever so for you blog article. Thanks Again. Really Great.
  4. Really appreciate you sharing this post. Really thank you! Want more.
  5. Awesome blog. Much thanks again. Want more.
  6. I appreciate you sharing this blog article. Really thank you! Really Great.
  7. Really enjoyed this article post. Really looking forward to read more. Will read on…
  8. Thank you for your blog post. Much thanks again. Really Cool.
  9. Major thanks for the post. Want more.
  10. Enjoyed every bit of your blog post. Really looking forward to read more. Fantastic.
  11. A round of applause for your post. Much thanks again. Will read on…
  12. Thank you ever so for you blog article. Thanks Again. Cool.
  13. Fantastic article. Cool.
  14. Looking forward to reading more. Great article. Really thank you!
  15. Thank you ever so for you post. Really looking forward to read more.
  16. I value the article. Really thank you! Much obliged.
  17. Really enjoyed this article post. Cool.
  18. Thank you for your blog. Really thank you! Fantastic.
  19. Thank you ever so for you post. Keep writing.
  20. I cannot thank you enough for the blog. Really thank you! Fantastic.
  21. I appreciate you sharing this blog post. Really looking forward to read more. Great.
  22. Very neat article post. Really looking forward to read more. Will read on…
  23. Thanks so much for the blog post. Really thank you! Much obliged.
  24. Major thanks for the article. Will read on…
  25. Really appreciate you sharing this article post. Much thanks again. Much obliged.
  26. I am so grateful for your blog. Great.
  27. “Great, thanks for sharing this article. Keep writing.”
  28. Thanks for the post. Really thank you! Much obliged.
  29. I value the post. Really thank you! Keep writing.
  30. Really informative article post. Really thank you! Really Great.
  31. I loved your blog post. Really thank you! Will read on…
  32. Really informative article post. Really looking forward to read more. Really Great.
  33. Really appreciate you sharing this blog post. Thanks Again. Fantastic.
  34. Awesome blog article. Much thanks again. Much obliged.
  35. Thank you for your article. Thanks Again. Great.
  36. “Appreciate you sharing, great blog article. Thanks Again. Cool.”
  37. “Great, thanks for sharing this article post. Really thank you! Really Cool.”
  38. I’m grateful for the blog post. Want more.
  39. Looking forward to reading more. Great blog. Really looking forward to read more.
  40. I loved your post. Much obliged.
  41. This is one awesome blog article. Really thank you! Will read on…
  42. Awesome article. Really thank you! Awesome.
  43. “Say, you got a nice blog post. Really thank you! Really Great.”
  44. Major thankies for the blog. Much thanks again. Great.
  45. Really enjoyed this post. Thanks Again. Great.
  46. Very neat article. Awesome.
  47. “Great, thanks for sharing this article post. Really thank you! Keep writing.”
  48. I loved your blog post. Thanks Again. Great.
  49. Looking forward to reading more. Great post. Much thanks again. Cool.
  50. Great blog. Really looking forward to read more. Cool.
  51. Really enjoyed this article post. Much thanks again. Great.
  52. I am so grateful for your article. Much thanks again. Fantastic.
  53. Fantastic blog. Really thank you! Cool.
  54. Fantastic post. Much thanks again. Cool.
  55. I truly appreciate this blog. Thanks Again. Keep writing.
  56. “Wow, great article. Fantastic.”
  57. This is one awesome blog article. Much thanks again.
  58. I loved your blog. Really thank you!
  59. Thanks-a-mundo for the article. Awesome.
  60. This is one awesome blog. Really looking forward to read more. Really Great.
  61. Thanks again for the article post. Thanks Again. Awesome.
  62. Thanks again for the article post. Thanks Again. Really Great.
  63. Enjoyed every bit of your article post. Really looking forward to read more. Really Cool.

     

    So, pay attention to the comments!

My warmest regards,

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Written by Elena Ornig

Managing Director of Publishing Company "Julia Sophistique Pty Ltd". Committee member of Australian Computer Association GC Chapter. Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Member of the Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland. Member of the IT Forum Gold Coast. Sponsor of the Helensvale Writers' Group, Gold Coast. Committee member of the Gold Coast Writers Association Honored VIP Member of STANFORD WHO'S WHO in America. Publisher, writer and blogger.

Website: http://www.elenaornig.com/

One comment
  1. Sweet-talking spammers are a problem. Exaggerated or insincere praise usually stands out. I have found that often the wording doesn’t flow smoothly, if though something is lost in translation. New bloggers like myself get excited to see a response to our articles and could easily be tricked.

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