Spam Spam Spammity Spam

Tell me–does this blog strike you as the kind of thing people are going to read if they’re interested in designer handbags? Because I just got spam for Louis Vuitton and Chanel knockoffs, and I am perplexed. Usually there’s at least a vague attempt to match up blog content with spam content (except for drug spam; that’s just everywhere).

Of course I don’t get the comment-spam thing anyway; does that ever work? Who’s reading a post on some subject that interests them, comes upon a link to something only vaugely related in the comments, and thinks, “Sure, I’ll go look at designer knockoffs!”?

One Response to “Spam Spam Spammity Spam”

  1. Andrei Freeman Says:

    In general it seems the first tier tech is trying to push any spam out. The best stuff then gets farmed out/used by the next tier. This usually involves more targeted attacks.

    Also, I stopped assuming software was foolproof when it was proven that the net could keep engineering stupider fools.

    So, while the idea seems ridiculous, I can see people falling for it.


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