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Spammers defined
MSN spam, spam definitions
gehrlekrona




msg:3231838
 6:54 pm on Jan 25, 2007 (gmt 0)

OK....
In MSN's eyes there are only 2 types of web masters. There are spammers and there are spammer that haven't yet been defined as spammers. What we do is illegal , doesn't metter what we do, because tomorrow they will have defined us all as spammers anyway. What do they know about our intentions? Can you have a stupid computer tell you what your intentions were? If so, why don't we just skip the jurors and have a computer instead? "Ah... I can see here through my algo that you were out to steal something!"

Bunch o' BS! if you ask me! MSN sucks!

Addition: to all people that can't get into MSN anymore, your site has probably already been defined as spam so they won't let you in! Sites that has been removed, you have been identified as a spammer and have been removed!

 

Shurik




msg:3238960
 11:37 pm on Jan 31, 2007 (gmt 0)

In my opinion spam can not be defeated by removing sites manually...

Balle, with all due respect, when did they say that spam gets removed manually?

One thing i agree with you is that Microsoft (as usual) is redefining the rules established by G and Y.

While my sites rank well in G/Y they are not in MSN anymore. I don't think anyone in the right mind would call them low quality spam sites just because they participate in link exchanges.

Balle




msg:3238973
 11:57 pm on Jan 31, 2007 (gmt 0)

Balle, with all due respect, when did they say that spam gets removed manually?

You are right - no one said that apart from me.

But I think they do it manually since I can not se any 'algo logic' in what sites get removed and what sites stay in the index. Some sites with link exchanges stay in others are out = they are manually editing sites out? But yes I could be wrong.

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