A spam happens when selfish individuals or bots (automated spamming programs) attempt to link their website to any quality websites that they come accross with for the intention of bringing in traffic into their unrelated website using comments not relevant to the article or blog – or adding no value remarks/materials at all. Now, there’s another term that is described as a tool by spammers called splog. Learn more about it here:
“A splog (spam blog) is a fake blog created solely to promote affiliated Web sites, with the intent of
skewing search results and artificially boosting traffic. Some splogs are written like long-winded ads for the Web sites they promote; others
have no original content, featuring either nonsense or content stolen from authentic Web sites. ”
There are many Anti-spam devices that are available at low rates or no cost at all today – but it is essential to know what you’re dealing with to be able to choose the best that suits your website’s requirements. It is important also not to block some helpful links just because they are automatically rejected by the software or plugin themselves. The detection process is normally based on noted spammy keywords programmed into the application for early detection. So, the next Innovabiz blog is vital – which is about selecting the right Anti-spam application.