Wednesday, November 4, 2009

SEO Comment Spammer Without A Clue

Looks like some "SEO" spammers have decided to bombard this blog with "comments" to boost their sites' page rankings.

Let's take a look shall we?

Starting on Nov. 2nd, I began receiving comment postings as follows:

deepak has left a new comment on your post "I just won the Microsoft, Toyota, Yahoo and MSN Lo...":

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Then on Nov. 4th, the same idea only with a different Blogger account:

mukesh has left a new comment on your post "I just won the Microsoft, Toyota, Yahoo and MSN Lo...":

it's a really nice blog thanks for add my comment...

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In each case the spammer was of course attempting to get this blog to link to each of his domains:

Deepak's profile is here:

Mukesh's profile is here:

Both were created solely to create these annoying, repetitive comments in an attempt to boost page ranks. (Though with such ridiculous copy, I can't imagine anyone having the slightest interest in clicking on anything this moron posts.)

The sites themselves don't "do" anything. They just sit there, being linked to via comment spam.

A bit further digging shows that my blog is not the only one affected by this mentally-challenged individual. A search for one of the phrases turns up ten entries which have the same posting. A search for the other turns up only four.

Further searches for the domains he's trying to link to pulls up even further sites where he's comment spammed repeatedly.

Notice of course that none of these sites that this idiot is "commenting" on have the slightest thing to do with gambling.

Of course, this blog comment spammer also uses Google Analytics on that first domain to track the inbound traffic to his scammy little setup. His account id is UA-10919767-14

But without links to anything, what is the point?

The second site lists yet another domain name -- -- but doesn't link to it. Why? (That site is also using his Google Analytics account, using id: UA-10919767-16)

All of this is a roundabout attempt to... create traffic. For what?

This is one of the stupidest attempts I've seen by anyone to try to drum up linked traffic with no monetization. Keep up the horrible work, "Deepak".

SiL / IKS / concerned citizen

1 comment:

IKillSpammerz said...

You know what's funny?

Ever since I've written this posting (back in November 2009,) the ONLY comments that ever get posted to it are from SEO blog spammers.

These are easily among THE STUPIDEST people I have ever heard from in all the time I've been running this blog.

Blog spammers are among the absolute lowest of bottom feeders in my opinion. If you're so lacking in skill that this is the only thing you can come up with, good luck in retirement.

Today I deleted an additional seven (7) SEO spammer comments. Keep it up, idiots.