Comment-Spamming Attorneys Of The Week

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  1. David says:

    And also your grammar. Why the hell would I hire somebody to draft pages upon pages of very expensive legal documents if the comments they're supposedly writing would fail the GED?

  2. Dan says:

    This story and those similar that preceded it are the primary reason I ignore the cold calls and random emails from jokers who promise to improve my search engine optimization.

  3. Patrick says:

    Bob is liked, but he's not … well-liked.

  4. Windypundit says:

    What a lot of people don't get is that there's just no nice way to improve your SEO a lot without doing something that actually makes your site valuable to visit, or at least some basic marketing. They also don't get that the same sort of spamming that supposedly makes them visible to search engines also makes them highly visible to everyone else in a really annoying way.

  5. David says:

    Perhaps I'm being too nice, but I don't think these guys actually realize that SEO=spamming. They don't realize nobody has a "make Google like this site" button and don't bother checking to see what kind of button these jokers actually do have.