Okay blog readers – I have a question.
How important is it to you that you can comment on the blog?
I have to ask, because one of Mark’s post has pulled in over 237 comments. 235 of those comments are spam.
How can I tell? Read these and tell me what they contribute to any conversation about ventriloquism…
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That, along with the fact they all have links to gaming sites, hack sites, gambling and porn sites, oh, and one banking site which I wouldn’t trust.
So yes, I have them diverted to a spam folder, and even though I have notifications turned off, I get digest emails that alert me I need to clean things up. Plus I usually spend a few minutes checking through to make sure someone’s real comment wasn’t put there by mistake. It takes time, energy and web site resources.
So what do you think? If you feel we need the comments, let me know below. If you feel you can talk on the site forum, share your comments there. Personally I’m a bit frustrated with the fact the spammers found us. But they have – in a big way!