Beware: This May Be Not Me Commenting at Your Blog

Blog comment spam gets even smarter day by day. Today I got an email from Mike Blumenthals of Local Search blog who was letting me know that my comment at his blog was approved but he was surprised to see my anchor text which was obviously keyword-stuffed.

I was very much surprised to see that email, as I never commented at that post and obviously I’d never use that anchor text.

I also noticed the comments using my Gavatar photo and keyword-stuffed links in SEJ dashboard.

So, people, if you see comments like above which seemed to be from me, that should be a spammer who used my Gavatar email ID to hijack my Gavatar. If you see something like that, please let me know.

Comments

  • WOW. just wow. #Scary #NotGood

    Alan Bleiweiss January 6, 2010
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    Kreative kommentarspammere January 6, 2010
  • Social comments and analytics for this post…

    This post was mentioned on Twitter by glenngabe: RT @seosmarty: Beware: This May Be Not Me Commenting at Your Blog http://bit.ly/6CUTUz

    uberVU - social comments January 6, 2010
  • WOW the spammers are getting creative. Let me know if you find out who is behind this.

    The Dude Dean January 6, 2010
  • Asinine. It never ceases to amaze me what spammers will stoop to. WOW, one more thing to watch.

    Macala Wright January 6, 2010
  • Someone used your email to add the comments!.. I see also you have some spammy comments here on your blog! plz get rid of them!

    Hesham @ FamousBloggers February 4, 2010
  • Ann I found someone posting in hxxp://bl*ck h*t w*rld dot com with your information using the user id dorkus if this helps any. Email me for the post url…

    Zach Browne February 11, 2010
  • I am not sure if Google actually passes any link juice from comments, if yes I don’t think that it will last for too long. I think bloggers are bit guilty by not monitoring comments section on their blogs.
    I guess if you very popular blog it is hard to keep up :)

    Michael July 21, 2010

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