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May 06, 2010


David Shantz - Magnity

Try being proactive with outbound promotional messages, and embed them liberally into your blogs... You could try talking about Viagra and Cialis etc. and the role these "performance" enhancing wonder pills can drive bold new sailing results. Keep the monkeys that are hopped-up on the pills happy with your own little link farm? Seriously, We all applaud that you have open comments! great blog Adam!

O Docker

1 t*h*i*n*k the w0rst %%th1n_g @bowt @11 of those VI@Li$ ads has 2 B h()w hard t-h-e-y @re 2 r_e_a_d.

Adam Turinas

Oh Docker, you are very funny man!


if you are using a wordpress blog, then you should set it to approve on all comments, and also, I would add a plugin called akismet.

if you are administering your own mysql database with wordpress, then their may be some nasty scripts afoot in your data base. .either way, get help getting rid of them..

Sand Sock Girl

Spammers really sucks! Try installing some spam filter in your blog or captcha codes. I think it can also help eliminate spammers.

Carol Anne Byrnes

I haven't had that type of spam on my blog -- maybe Blogger's anti-spam system works better. I was, however, getting about 5 emails a day offering to enhance my performance, up until a week or two ago, when I changed email providers.

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