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So I guess because so many people responded to it, now their back.
See posts and hub by optimusinfo2
They've all been reported.
I'm a total Newb around here so I will not presume to tell older members what to do, however I would kindly suggest we don't place replies to spam.
I like it here!
Sorry, but in that case yesterday I do not apologize for responding to that spam post, especially since it opened an interesting discussion, which is the only reason I participated. Anything advocating a product that suggests women should feel less about their self image is just wrong. By the way, I rarely respond to those posts, but I would say the best rule of thumb is only respond to the posts you think are good for you, and let others decide what is best for them.
I would agree with that wholeheartedly...except in the case of obvious spam. Spam is bad for the community as a whole, don't you think?
The most annoying part (to me, anyway) is how it messes up the natural continuity of the posts...things get pushed down and replaced by the spam while you're trying to follow 2 or 3 conversations.
Everyone is free to do as they choose, of course. I merely suggest.
Show me who to Club!! I Love Women (o'corse I don't know any.. But I'll sort it out) I'll be a Rescuer!! Look at me.. I'm a Strong, Handsome, Stubbly Man!
I have a feeling this loser doesn't read the forums he spams.
Well he did stick his tongue out at me, so he read what I wrote apparently.
by Janis Leslie Evans4 years ago
Just reporting this problem to tech. Check it out.
by 2uesday4 years ago
Flag the profile when it gets this bad.... pages of it at last look one and half pages by same spammer.
by Richard Bivins8 years ago
I think HP should put some sore of restriction on posting to the forums to keep people from joining just to post their spam.New hubbers should have to at least publish One hub of original content before having access to...
by Shawn McCconnell7 years ago
If someone posts a comment on your hub that is not spam is it polite to follow them?It's just a nice gesture
by mylindaelliott4 years ago
Commenting on PostsSomehow I have it set up so all of the comments have to be approved by me. Do you know how to change that? Do you approve everyone's comments? Why or why not?
by Emily Tack3 years ago
Periodically, I check the "Answers" section. What is the point of all of the spam questions that are posted, when I click on the latest ones?
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