chivracq wrote: Chrismeeky wrote:
I bet you should let Google know what spamming "to you" means so they can reduce the number of posts one can make on a single blog to your preferred number.
How about that? I think you're being wiser than google
And please, leave the job of detecting a "fake" post to a more intelligent google bot
Hum, I wanted to edit my previous Reply but you've already posted after me...
Your IP-Address btw is already blacklisted in 15 different Anti-Spam Databases, so I guess I'm not the only one with this kind of "Spam Definition"...
So don't push your luck I would say, or you won't be staying very long on our Forum... (I'm a Mod on this Forum if you haven't noticed...)
Dear Chivracq, permit me to use this opportunity to congratulate you on your feat of being a mod! You're indeed a success!
Chivracq, my IP might be blacklisted but I'm not blacklisted even though I come from a black country. Lol.
I studied electrical engineering and graduated from one of the most reputable universities in the world and have acquired much un-blacklisted records. A spam bot won't detect that so I'm not surprised.
However, what makes a spam bot different from humans is that humans are flexible in their judgement.
Based on your assumption:
1. The script will be used daily and even if I use the sript on a monthly basis, I'm still a spammer
2. A team of 70 writers are spammers
3. Until they manually publish their combined accumulated posts, they are spammers
4. My IP is blacklisted, therefore, I am a spammer
5. By simply requesting for help in automation, I am a spammer
6. By stopping me from getting help, you're changing the world.
7. By banning me from the most exalted forum in the world, You have won the war on spam
An African adage says, "when one door shuts, another door will open"