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We Fought the Comment Spam (and the Comment Spam Didn't Win)

Posted by FeliciaCrawford All across the Internet, comments sections are disappearing. From your high-profile news sites to those that share the online marketing space, more and more sites are banishing that unassuming little text box at the bottom of a post. And frankly, it’s not hard to understand why. First, you have your good ol’-fashioned spam comments. These are the commenters that hold dear the idea that those nofollowed comment links are valuable: The usual.
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