Understanding Spam输入日志标题

You’re no doubt familiar with the idea of email spam—trashy chain letters and
hoaxes that try to get you to download malware or send your banking information
to a Nigerian gentleman with a cash flow problem. Blog spam is a different creature
altogether. While email spam tries to lure you in, blog spam tries to slip right past
you. That’s because blog spammers aren’t after you—they’re targeting your readers.
The goal is for them to sneak their advertisements onto your site, where they
can attract the attention of people who already trust your blog. Every bit of blog
spam is trying to lure a reader to travel to the spammer’s site, either by clicking the
commenter’s name or a link in the comment text.

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Understanding Spam输入日志标题

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