I started a thread http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/22308
one of the reply is a spam. Can you figure out which one is it?
Any idea how to remove weeds from the crops? May be we should forgive the person as he/she is very new to hubs and misunderstood HP.
The whole trick to getting rid of forum spam is two-fold:
1) report it - it's surprising how many people miss the button
2) DON'T reply to it. A lot of people fail at this one, and then the spammy thread header and replies float around the forums forever.
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