It's easy to get a reputation for spamming. All you have to do is make multiple and identical or completely off-topic posts on guestbooks, blogs or feedback forms all pointing back to your pride and joy, usually your website and hub.
It's a sure fire way to really piss people off.
Reputation is everything. Whether online or in the real world.
And it is relatively easier to get a good reputation online. Think about it, you don't need to look attractive or dress sharp. You just need to write good.
If you've written a solid hub with good information, let it stand on its own merits. Don't get desperate. Don't get frustrated that it hasn't earned anything in the first three weeks of joining HubPages (or any other site). Let me tell you know, this is not a get-rich-quick scheme. You can make money, but you've got to do it by working hard and thinking smart.
Writing well comes with practice. Learning how to market and promote your hubs (or websites) comes from persistence. And also apply a good dose of patience for both.
And now an example of how not to promote your website.
He went from here to there... good gosh!
Can't HP just ban his IP range from their end?
Perhaps we can say goodbye to broke german once and for all then
Why is it always the guys who are "experts" in internet marketing or some other such skill?
Just wait until he gets annoyed that people delete his squidoo comments and starts spamming Knol ^^
No - we are talking about this person, broke german:
Oic i though it was me coz i just recently did the spamming in other threat but it not purpose,just sudden hehehehehe ) ) )
I think this is the same guy that was advertising for a writer in the Digital Point Forum awhile back.
He's associated with some big names (at least so his hub alludes), but his use of the Law of Attraction may not be attracting what he's hoping for.
by Nickny79 9 years ago
Hubpages is HUGELY hypocritical for allowing endless promotion of products on Amazon and endless Adsense links AND YET WE CAN'T PROMOTE OUR OWN WEBPAGES. It's an outrage and it's an oppressive tactic to suppress new businesses and entrepreneurs. Post hear if you agree and want to...
by Compu-Smart 10 years ago
Im sure many questions relating to spammers have been raised before, but i will explain and ask anyway...I have recently had many of my hubs spammed by blatant spammers and i always delete these comments...I then look at the spammers recent activity and find they have been spamming in...
by BoCot 10 years ago
Hello, I am wondering why some of the comments I made to hubs was posted as unapproved comments. Others said this comment, whats the difference?BoCot
by Abheek Jamwal 4 weeks ago
can someone tell me about the spammy elements in my articlehttps://hubpages.com/relationships/why- … -apologize
by Kryssy Bruckheimer 2 years ago
There seems to be a lot of spamming going on, on here, with fake accounts advertising... Has anyone else noticed? Or maybe the increase is just my imagination?
by 2uesday 5 years ago
Flag the profile when it gets this bad.... pages of it at last look one and half pages by same spammer.
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