How Did My Spam Filter NOT Catch This?
On this article, I received a comment that was obviously spam:
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My first thought was, If only I had a dollar for each time you came to josiahconcept.org! Then I realized that the e-mail address was complete nonsense. So I checked the blog that the comment linked to. I don’t know much about SEO, but I figure that just randomly stringing hot button search engine phrases together in a way that doesn’t make sense wouldn’t qualify as actual SEO writing. A sample:
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Can anyone figure out what that meant? That’s a head scratcher. And it goes on for three more paragraphs!
Changing languages for one sentence mid-paragraph probably isn’t the mark of writing par excellence. Just a thought.