You can make the best website, provide human verification, or run some of the best anti-spam tools on the planet to try and ensure your site or blog remains free of as much crap as possible.
But try as you might, some still gets through. In this case, it was because I used a default WordPress contact form that someone was able to exploit and let some crap through the portal.
He’s an example of this piece of spam. The example below is posted in full, and I’ve added the links to the address and name of the site – tagging these with rel=”nofollow” to ensure that search engines can make the connection to this spamming company but give them zero credit for it.
We are a startup in the e-commerce space, Wazala is designed to provide a very minimal and simple user experience for shoppers and store owners.
We have just released Wazala Touch, a technology that allows shoppers to browse online stores on their mobile devices, providing an app like rich experience within the mobile device browser.
As we know, in the small to mid size e-commerce space, we cannot expect shoppers to download an iphone application to purchase products. Wazala Touch was designed to provide the richness of a true mobile application through the mobile web browser. Wazala Touch currently supports Iphone and Android, and we are developing for other mobile platforms.
We are very confident that you will enjoy the simplicity and elegance of Wazala Touch. Visit www.wazala.com and click on the floating demo store button or visit wazala.wazala.com to start experiencing Wazala Touch on your mobile device.
We feel your readers would love to know about Wazala, and would appreciate a quick review on your blog.
Did you know that you can make mad cash promoting Wazala! Go to http://www.wazala.com/affiliate/
Spam annoys the stink out of me. So many people and companies devote significant resources to battling the problem, and this is before we get all green talking about the electrical energy that’s wasted as a result of nefarious and unnecessary use of computing systems.
So my present to Zeena Bushnaq is white hat SEO techniques. This blog post has been strucutred in such a way to ensure that mentions and searches relating to your company and its products will be tagged and associated with the insidious practices of spam in perputiuity.
I have also hyperlinked his email address, and left intact – because if you spam then you deserve the consequences that are coming to you. Black hat email spiders won’t respect the rel=”nofollow” on the email address for a second, but it’ll be slurped up and spat out into global databases one by one, loading up him and his companies mail servers with more spam each day.
As the old proverb says, do unto others…