Spam targeting search engines (spamdexing)
Main article: Spamdexing
) refers to a practice on the World Wide Web
of modifying HTML
pages to increase the chances of them being placed high on search engine
relevancy lists. These sites use "black hat search engine optimization
) techniques" to deliberately manipulate their rank in search engines. Many modern search engines modified their search algorithms to try to exclude web pages utilizing spamdexing tactics. For example, the search bots will detect repeated keywords as spamming by using a grammar analysis. If a website owner is found to have spammed the webpage to falsely increase its page rank, the website may be penalized by search engines.
 Blog, wiki, and guestbook
Main article: Spam in blogs
, or "blam" for short, is spamming on weblogs
. In 2003, this type of spam took advantage of the open nature of comments in the blogging software Movable Type
by repeatedly placing comments to various blog posts that provided nothing more than a link to the spammer's commercial web site.
are often performed against wikis
, both of which accept user contributions.
Hey, I'm all for getting back links but provide some unique content with them. What you are doing is hurting the board and its seo
. Nothing personal....