Spammers are abusing comment systems to increase their rank on Google. Here are some steps to take to reduce or eliminate this problem.
Weblogger crystallizes the thoughts of many in declaring a cyberwar on those who inappropriately post in guestbooks and weblogs.
A centralized blacklist database of blog spam URLs.
Owners of weblogs have recently noticed that their referral logs have become the newest target for spam.
Spam has never been limited to e-mail. But now, commercial pitches are increasingly popping up in online chats, instant messages, cell phones with text messaging and weblog comments.
Database of URLs and phrases often used by spammers, along with links to related resources and a discussion forum.
A list of tips aimed at webloggers to reduce the problem of comment spam.
Discusses how better, smarter tools are needed to block or remove comment spam in realtime.
Feasible ways to stop or thwart comment spam.
The steps that Typepad has taken in order to rid its users of spam comments.