This person- http://hubpages.com/profile/sime/hubtivity
Has done nothing but post a link over and over again. The forth time was today- I marked it as spam last week and was surprised he was still around today when I got yet another link from him.
I am reporting it here as he has no Hubs published to flag.
Do I have another option?
Flag the comments as spam and then delete them. After enough comments are flagged as such, the system will automatically deal with them.
You can send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
His profile bio is surprisingly short: "seo master".
Poor guy doesn't know how to spell "spam master".
His link profile is quite impressive though: -
http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/au … amp;bwmf=s
Did he really write all of those? Or did he copy?
"When people are forming their commonplace grub habits, they usually favor meats, proteins again carbohydrates. Furthermore, our present style of conscious besides pressures us into eating lots of fast foods further deep fried or micro waved foods. However, integrated of this takes a tariff in our bodies besides most tribe end up shield various diseases not unlike as Type II Diabetes, Hypertension, Kidney Omission and discrete other illnesses caused by the weakening of the immune style."
If he is not going to help Hubpages be a great place than I personally think he should leave.
Spamming the comments and deleting them works wonders. There is another person that was leaving comments with links on my hubs, so I just spammed these. Later on they commented again, but it was in the spam filter.
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