I have a website that has nothing to do with god, gods, holy happenings, bibles, prayer, churches or miracles (no man will ever be found washing up on my website).
It gets hit with spam. This one I'm saving:
Anybody else feeling weird about all the chaos in the Middle East? Sure feels like the right time to repent, look to Christ for salvation and hope, don't you agree? God have mercy on us.
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I am rather hoping I feel the mercy of Google right now
I guess that's a little better than the crazy lady I run into on occasion at Wal-mart. She runs to me sobbing and clutches me and says "OH I miss you so much, I've been praying for you to come back to church." I only went to her church like, for four months, and she doesn't even know my name! Its better then my moms lectures about the dead fish, and birds, and the east, and the weird weather....
I would prefer spam if I had to pick one.
I wonder how google interprets all the religionist spam that shows up in our hub comments here… I hope the algo is smart enough to tell the difference between the hub contents and the comment contents, but I am beginning to doubt it…
Hey - no fair, froggy! Your religionist SPAM is so much more interesting than the links lists and sex Spammers that keep hitting my website.
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
Every day when I log into HubPages, the first thing I do is read my new comments and approve them.However, I'll be wandering around my hubs and I'll see comments that HubPages kind of says are spam, but I never received ANY notification of the comment.It would be nice to be able to mod these...
by BlissfulWriter 7 years ago
Every time I write a Hub, I have to go into the comment module and checkmark "Must approve all comments". I would suggest that Hubpages make this checkmarked and enabled by default. I feel that it is important for all authors to moderate comments in order to prevent spam...
by Paul Deeds 10 years ago
We just deployed an update to the site, which includes some changes to comment moderation. You now have the ability to do two things you couldn't before -- 1) identify a comment as spam and 2) delete a comment permanently.Eventually we plan to allow fan mails to be moderated similarly, but...
by James Paterson 6 years ago
My Hubs seem to be the target of spammers tonight, anyone else having the same problem?, thank goodness hubpages is recognising the spam before it gets published.....jimmyMaybe catchpa for non members?
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 Randy Godwin 6 years ago
Anyone else still getting hit with the spam comments? I'm still averaging 2 or 3 a day and it shows no sign of letting up.
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