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Do you see how the three above comments are attributed to the same email address yet have different IP addresses? Do you notice how the “name” is neither a first name nor a KeywordLuv-promoted name but a series of corporate keywords? Do you notice all of the comments are intended to be posted to the same article? And, do you recognize how the comment itself could be added to any blog post and not those three in particular?
Welcome to blog comment spam
Because the computer(s) of the above person(s) does not have a cookie, it is clear the person never commented on this blog before, or at least never had a comment approved. These comments were deposited into a pending comment folder for me to review.
It’s very likely if you own a blog you’ve seen these comments before. One only needs to highlight part of the second comment and run a Google search on, “Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about it and love learning more on this topic” to observe the nearly 5 million results.
This is why I moderate everyone’s first comment