I have been getting a lot more spam than usual lately. I push to delete it, but later the same day or the next day, I have more... Is there a way to get rid of it 'for good'?
Be sure to mark the message/comment as spam before you hit delete. This teaches the system filters to catch it automatically.
I always do that when I get spam, and I have to say I see very little of it in my comments, even when a big wave it hitting the whole site.
haha...you dont like it? Not as happy as the last one but it's still me
I liked the other one better, but looks like wsp likes this one - and spammers, too
the problem i have with finding pictures of me is, i am a photographer, so i typically have the camera-meaning i only have a few pictures of myself, and i think that 1/2 are from a camera phone and of low quality- I was thinking about starting to change my profile picture every week or so-just because i can (even if it is recirculating the same 5 or 6 pics)
I've notice a lot more spam myself. I have been getting emails and comment spam. I have been deleting them but was wondering what is causing the increase.
LOL I guess we share the same problem - while not professionally, I do all the picturing in my family LOL. But my 5 yo starting to catch up though, this pic has been shot by him. So you have a hope to get there eventually
I find the uggs spam comments amusing, especially on hubs where these would not even apply. The ugg commenter was really persistent, and I saw about five of their comments went to the spam box in an eight hour period .
Mmmmmmm lovely spam
by Sarah Jackson 6 years ago
Help! If I could just figure out how to stop it: I have suddenly started gettiong multiple spams in the comment section of several hubs. I keep deleting them, but they're multiplying like rabbits. Do I need to report the senders?
by Liz Elias 5 years ago
Normally, I approve 99% of all comments left on my hubs. But twice today, and once yesterday, there were comments left, all by "anonymous," that I simply denied because they were just way out of line.Not demeaning, offensive, hateful, or anything like that...just WAY off topic.In...
by Dorsi Diaz 5 years ago
I started getting a few spammy comments a few days ago. I posted a thread and someone suggested changing my comment settings to allowing only signed in users being allowed to comment and approval before they were published. So I changed my settings. Today the spam was even worse, took me a half...
by Isabella Snow 10 months ago
This has been discussed a number of times, but I think it's time to bring it up again because lately I've been denying loads of comments that I view as spam. And, just now, I've been told by someone whose comments Ive denied that "hubs are here for comments". No, they aren't. If they...
by arizonataylor 7 years ago
I had a first yesterday. Somebody left spam as a comment. They were trying to sell clothing. Is this common? I denied the comment, so it wasn't a big deal. It was pretty annoying though.
by Laura Smith 3 years ago
Hi,One of my Hubs has been showing comments from different people that are unrelated to my post. It seems to be entire discussions going on about another subject. Is anyone else seeing this?
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