General ramblings on all of the above.
Nice blog! I like your layout.As you might know, reading blogs can be a dangerous business. One blog I visited actually opened my PC's cd-rom. Others have scripts in their pages that do all sorts of things. God knows what they put on my PC.I use Evidence Eliminator to clean my PC of this "filth" daily. I suggest that you should too for your own privacy and for your PC's safety.I admit it, I sell Evidence Eliminator. I usually sell it for ten percent off. But because you are reading my comment (thank you), I want to give you half off. Just send me an email at info(at)evidence-eliminator-info.com and I'll reply with a special URL where you can get half off.If you search for evidence eliminator 5 keygen in the search engines, you may find other sites like my evidence eliminator 5 keygen site. But you won't get this special offer (smile).Well...let me know, and it's very nice meeting you.
Hi Michael. welcome to blog comment spam! ( i refer to the post above) at least this comment spam is fairly innocuous. My blog got hit with rubbish that was obviously designed to up the rating of a site in googles search listings.I suggest that you actually keep this comment spam in your blog so that you can use it as an example in your teaching.cheersPete.
OK Peter I will keep this comment. And thanks for the welcome to blog comment spam!So they do this to get business, and improve their hit ratings on Google? I have trouble turning up content in my blog if I use Google. I'd kind of concluded (maybe wrongly) that stuff inside blogs was not easily searchable....
Hi Michael, the content of blogs has a low rating. But blog comments have a very high rating. - I suppose the logic is that if a blog attracts comments, it must be worth reading and so it goes up the search listings. - i suppose it means that if you comment on your own blog it becomes more visible.There is something you can switch on in blogger preferences... its a word verification scheme - in order to post a comment onto a blog you need to enter in a word thats been graphicly distorted. it is supposed to stop comment spam.
Thanks for the tip Peter. I have turned on word verification and see how it goes.
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