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August 23, 2006

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Saul Klein

It drives us crazy Fran. At RealTownBlogs, We monitor and delete the splogging culprits as soon as they create their blogs, or post to someone else's. We have had less of an issue lately...maybe it is like graffiti...clean it up as soon as it appears and the offenders will perpetrate their offense somewhere else.


Saul

Saul Klein
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Bill Nadraszky

Well I think the real reason that there are so many spam blogs in the real estate niche is that there is a lot of money to be made in the mortgage financing business. Money attracts spam. Spam sites and real estate spam blogs.

I am hoping that soon the search engines will recognise the spam easier and it will just become more background noise that will be easier to avoid.

Rebecca Laing

Google AdSense is to blame for so much that is wrong with search results these days, there ought to be an educational campaign to encourage web surfers to not click on AdSense ads, and to encourage advertisers to not allow their Adwords ads be shown on "Google partner network" sites. Eliminate the revenue streams from these splog, scraper, and content-less AdSense sites, and they'll eventually disappear. Google won't ever fully police them themselves, since the garbage sites are responsible for far too much of Google's revenues.
Rebecca Laing, Toronto Real Estate Agent

Toronto MLS

as a matter of fact we all spamming right now:)

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Frances Flynn Thorsen


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