keeps posting his website at the bottom of everybody's hubs. I've asked him not to but he keeps coming back to just post his website under my comment. I've checked his hubtivity and he is doing it for everybody.
I've emailed him twice to ask him not to do that but he is still doing it.
Sudhakia was on a spamming spree in the forums a little earlier today and got caught. I imagine it won't be long before the account is banned, but it wouldn't hurt to flag the profile, just to add one more way for it to be noticed.
I understand what you mean! There are some people I will probably never understand, and spammers fall in that category. But then, I don't know what I might feel willing to do, if my life circumstances were truly desperate. To some people, spamming may seem like a quick and easy way to make a living.
I got the impression he really thought it was a legit form of marketing. Probably, if he doesn't think too much about what he is taught, it's understandable. I've looked at some marketing courses and they actually suggest using HP as a way of introducing one's products and of giving one's website details in the comments. I suppose some wouldn't question this and they would think it's legit.
But I also have to say that when I first started here, I knew so little about online publishing and about marketing in general, I didn't know the difference between black hat, gray hat, and white hat - even just the meanings of the terms; and I didn't understand for a while the implications of paying for backlinking and similar methods. Those are not things I ever did or would now ever do, but there was a time when I might have considered doing some of them, just because I didn't know enough.
So, I'm not completely surprised that someone somewhere on earth, who just wants to do a relatively simple job they are being paid for, might just try to do the best job they can do in order to get paid - without initially thinking through the significance of it.
There are two more (rosemarypaul and debbyray) who are either one and the same or working in tandem who post the same answer, same sob story and same contact information for a lending company. They have posted spam under at least 40 questions. I have flagged one profile and am going back to get the other one now.
Does a person have to have a sad story to get their millions from that outfit that person is pushing - or will any pea-brain do? (Oh - and as for the thing about that person coming from Atlanta... I somehow doubt that as "a single parents" she does.
Instead of booting these people, HP ought to have a button people who run into them could push and add the comment on those profiles: "Save It, Dummy."
I cannot remember the name of the hubber-brand new yesterday-but he?/she? was posting hellfire and brimstone type comments everywhere. I flagged the profile when I read it on one of Chuck's hubs on improving your hubbing . If it had been just on hubs about politics, religion, etc. he had commented on I wouldn't have considered it spam.
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