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Sunday, February 24, 2013

Spam Classification In Accounts / Blog Blogger and consequence

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Background
There are many internet users who are unaware that their account activity (whether your Blogger account, Google, forums, social bookmarking, social media, and the accounts of other online world) can get into the spam classification. Instantly those accounts into spam classification, the consequences vary, from entry into the category of accounts that need to watch to be removed and be banned permanently, either in a service website, as well as a network of websites that belong to the scope of the database spam, such as Stop Forum spam and Akismet.

Likewise, Blogger and Blogger blog account itself; which incidentally is manifest from Google, and "unfortunately", Google is one of the very keen to fight spam. Accounts and your blog is actually "vulnerable" to the classification of spam, but it is rarely recognized is not it? There have been many questions and complaints arising in connection with this, among them:

  • Why did my comment go straight into the spam category after I publish comment on my friend's blog?
  • Why do I get the information "suspicious activity" when logged into my Blogger dashboard?
And more top again,
  • Why was my blog removed?
  • Why account Blogger / Google I locked (or removed)?
Blogger and Spam
My aim in writing this article is to raise "awareness" of the spam case (which is not known as a case of spam), which then leads to questions such as the example above appears. Unfortunately, questions were raised after the event the account or blog, and after that the process is much more severe than anticipatory measures and preventive him. Removal of this blog are the consequences caused by the violation of the TOS and Content Policy Blogger / Google, and one of them is: SPAM.

Blogger (in this case of course Google) impose a variety of processes to detect spam from automatic to manual, from one algorithm to the other recent algorithms, to learn new behaviors and patterns encountered spam. The process is layered, just like when we talk about Google's search engine algorithm. Well, of course, there are several classifications or categories that are used for spam detection on account activity and blog.

Blogger Spam Classification
1. Content that Spammy (constitute or indicate spam)
It would be very "fuzzy" when I talk about the spam content, because it would be a lot of excuses to say that "I am not a spam content", but at least there is a small picture of the spam content. Content, or the content of the page, not only the article, but all the elements that are part and form page. Neither text, images, links, navigation, etc., is no exception: advertising.

This topic gets warm after removal of massive Blogger blogs. Then rumors surfaced that it was widely reported as the number of ads. Even algorithms linked with pristine dinosaur (actually there is no clarity!). Though there was no direct link! Despite being in the same shade: Google, but Blogger and Google Search are two different products. When talking about the elimination of the blog, we talked about the Blogger spam detection (which also uses the algorithm), and not about the algo pristine dinosaur! Although they may have the basis or rationale of the same, as both are Google products.

What is spammy content? Once again, we are talking about Blogger, so this is not just about keywords repetitive, redundant link building and the like, although this may also contribute. Content included in the category of spam is aimed merely content to attract traffic for purposes other than content, aka money, backlinks, and to bring traffic to another destination. Such content is usually not well-organized, did not have clear navigation. Because intended for presentation in addition to the content itself, usually perfunctory then filled with junk content.

Spammy content in this concept also includes syndicated content (feeds), the content of any other website scrapping result alias Copas, AGC content, autoblog, and the like. Why such content is classified as spammy? Since the content is usually only used to attract visitors to other destinations, and is a duplication of content that already exists. Therefore, Blogger put it into the spam category.

2. Blog Without Blog Contains Content Content and Cloning
Blogs are usually used for link building (dummy blog), or for the purpose of splog (spam blog). In the beginning the blogs were empty, but then in a short time filled with huddled content, similar to the cloning process. The process could be of the import and export, or copy and paste the results from other blogs and autoblog. Then, the content on-clone to various blogs (in the thousands). Behavior is then inserted into the Blogger spam detection, and blogs that are detected later dilibas indiscriminately, so that then also sometimes overwrite the contents of a legitimate blog (false positive cases).

3. Links to Spam Sites
Another indication is excessive outgoing links, and towards the websites being viewed Blogger / Google as a spam site, low-quality or dangerous. Among these sites, there are affiliate sites, or sites of schemes "make money online" with no quality content, involved in the scheme PTS (Pay to Surf), PTC (Pay to Click) advertising schemes and non-organic other. Blog or website content as often filled with too perfunctory.

Inorganic advertising scheme is the scheme obtained by advertising unnatural, deliberately herded visitors to visit the site or click on an ad with the lure of money, for example, yes it was PTS, to lead the people to the site, and PTC, provide incentives for people who are willing to click on ads. While organic advertising is advertising without interference advertiser or publisher: visitors view your ad, interested, and click through to a website destination, which is not interested, so be it. It's a fair way and generate quality traffic. Publishers are paid for providing content and advertising space that provides an opportunity for visitors to visit your site or buy the advertised product.

In relation to the commercialization of the site p * RNO, Blogger also confirmed this:
Do not use Blogger as a means to earn money from adult content. For example, do not create blogs with content is ads or links to commercial sites p * RNO.
4. Comments that repeatedly Marked as Spam by Owner Other Blogs
An invaluable comments for blog owners and commentators themselves, but on the other hand, a comment too dangerous for them. The system will categorize Blogger account and your blog as spam automatically if:
Many blog owners who enter / categorize your comments to the spam.
Many blog owners who enter / categorize the contents of the same comment or equivalent, from a variety of comment spammers, into spam.
Well, the core is simple, type your comment or your comment is not desired by many blog owners, of course, because your comment spammy, so the blog owner to feel embarrassed by these spam comments.

5. Posting Frequency Overload / Out of Limits Fair
Have you ever made a post many times on the blog, then the post appears in a certain number of posts that must be solved captcha before it is published? Blogger regard this pattern as being unnatural and beyond human ability. My personal reason, too, if an article was written and then published, so it took quite a logical prediction is to be able to write and publish my next article. And of course, limits the ability of a human being is not too high to make a couple of articles on an ongoing basis within a certain time limit, well ... say in a day.

The pattern is then made Blogger suspicious of the spam content, there are two kinds of suspicion:
1. Posting done by robots (autoblog, AGC)
2. Posting the result of scrapping (Copas) are blindly.

Not presented in detail in the Blogger Content Policy limits what the exact number, but I suspect the numbers fluctuate in line with the trend that occurred. I also believe these limits are not delivered so unknown gap.
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5 Points spam violations above are major or major, minor, while there are a lot of factors, but all of them core to 5 it.

Blogger Spam Policy Violation Consequences
Consequences vary depending on the level of violations. These consequences also apply to violations outside spam policy violation. I will only convey his points only and will discuss it further, including the solution, on the other occasions.
  • Comment directly into the category of "Spam" automatically.
  • Captcha must fill out properly before issuing post.
  • Blogger account is locked, in this case also includes a Google account.
  • Blog deleted.
Conclusion
One thing that must be stressed is that, when you're ready and start using the services, including Blogger / Google, then you are automatically agreeing to adhere to the various definitions of service (TOS) and the policies imposed by the service. With or without realizing it, you have agreed to a contract with the service provider. Once the service that we are actively using, then we are obliged to follow the regulations, including spam policy. No exception to the Blogger service, if you use it for things that support spam, then you're ready to take the consequences. Good or bad, like it or not, agree or disagree, the consequences remain. Welcome to Blogger!

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