I just got the best SEO comment spam ever. SEO comment spam is the practice of posting not-relevant comments on popular blog posts, hoping that the admin auto-approves the comment, or accidentally approves the comment.
Sometimes, you find comments that are direct messages to the admin, suggesting that they hire their company to improve the SEO of the site.
Excuse my blunt message, but I’m looking for websites like
yours to try out our new software that is designed to help
you see exactly where your site is placed in the Google
search engine listings against your competitors.
You can then use the data to understand how to improve your rankings and we offer free advice too.
Sometimes, they will post useful keywords! This will cause the page, which has authority on something else (or inbound links), to show up in searches for these additional keywords. Thanks for the keywords!
Great Article ! I’d like to convert the two 4-ft single linear T-12 fixtures in my kitchen to LED lights. These are 40W bulbs but I’ve measured 45+ watts probably due to inefficient ballasts.
I also go this:
Nice research Rob. The math bears out your conclusion that LEDs are less costly of the life of the bulbs compared to the alternatives. I wonder whether 20+ years is what one can realistically expect from an LED bulb’s lifespan. I remember expecting 10 years or so from CFLs but never saw that ever. When I would put in a new CFL, I would write the installation date on the bulb’s socket for reference. Usually I’d have a CFL last for about 2 years max. I hope LED bulbs last 20 years but I’m wary of those claims. All my LEDs have installation dates written on them.
The best SEO spam I got was from an online sex toy vendor called Peaches and Screams. They didn’t just send their link – they offered a selection of unique, customized content for posting on my site. This is called “guest blogging”, and instead of trying to reach out, they simply offered the content via a Google Drive folder.
Oddly enough, some time ago, I got a bunch of vaginal speculums for free, and was trying to sell them, with no success. So they may have found that link and followed it up with this SEO spam.
They did a good job. I read part of their speculum article, and now, they are getting a mention on this post. I’m not giving them a link, but if you happen to do SEO, are in the UK, and have a need for a sex toy, you now know another online vendor!
If you run a BDSM blog, know that the Peaches and Screams website has an SEO operation, and will provide your blog with relevant, high quality, free content, in exchange for a link back.
The Worst SEO Comment Spam
The next time I read a blog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, I know it was my choice to read, but I actually thought youd have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you could fix if you werent too busy looking for attention.
Hey, you, learn to use an apostrophe!