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Google and comment spam: rel nofollow tag

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  • Mark (podz)
    Support Maven

    @podz

    Of limited use.

    http://wordpress.org/support/topic.php?id=21187

    (Also, doesn’t that mean that spammers will hit even wider and harder given that some will now be tagged as such and they want their hit rate to remain at whatever it is or grow ? )

    jeremycherfas
    Member

    @jeremycherfas

    In practical terms, what does this mean? How do I add that rel=”nofollow” to links in my comments section?

    Mark (podz)
    Support Maven

    @podz

    The link I posted.

    It may be of limited use but, like SpamAssasin and Spam Karma, using several techniques together can have a cumulative effect.

    > doesn’t that mean that spammers will hit even wider and harder

    Not really. Spammers always hit as hard and wide as they possibly can afford at every instance. Welcome to the arms race. 😉

    Clintology’s Nofollow plugin won’t be the last word in nofollow tags but it’s a solid step forward.

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