What’s spamming?

This is simple, fully automated and entirely legal approach of finding enormous number of pages which can be spammed.

Implementation tips

1. Create similar structure.

2. Add some domains (processed = 0).

1|johnchow.com|0
2|yourblogname.com|0

N|weightlossspamblog.com|0

3. Get domains’ links; extract domains from links, (filter), save domains and links.

$domains = select id, title from domains where processed = 0;
foreach ($domains as $d) {
    $links = get links;
    foreach ($links as $link) {
        $domain = extract from $link['url'];
        if ($domain in [.com .net .org …] && not in [.cn …] && no [viagra cialis …]) {
            insert into domains (title, processed) values ($domain, 0);
            insert into links (url, title, domain_id) values ($link['url'], $link['title'] $d['id']);
        }
    }
    update domains set processed = 1 where id = $d['id'];
}

4. Loop/cron 3 without hitting the limit.

What next?

Time and multiple IPs are your friends. After a week or two do something like

$links = select url, title from links where url like '%keyword%'

or

$links = select url, title from links where title like '%keyword%'

or

$links = select url, title from links where title like '%keyword%'
         and url like '%keyword%'

You got the idea. Then

foreach ($links as $link) {
    if ($link from wordpress) {
        spam $link;
    }
}

or

foreach ($links as $link) {
    if ($link from wordpress && pingback allowed) {
        PingCrawl $link;
    }
}

Next time some tips on collecting domains.

10 Responses to What’s spamming?

  1. That’s quite fascinating, lol. Never seen before how it actually works.

    Till then,

    Jean

  2. So I can use this on any wordpress link?

  3. I have a feeling that this post just went over most people’s heads. While it could be helpful to develop a list of domains to spam, I think most people wouldn’t know how to properly setup such code.

  4. I’m only just getting my feet wet with some very basic programming. Wish I’d started learning it sooner. :(

    Till then,

    Jean

  5. I seen static keyword stuffing as a spamming but first time ever seen spamming with programming. Nice one ;)

  6. I think that’s a good point. Not many people know how to code anymore. I only have some basic lessons in HTML myself.

  7. I have see such websites and seen code for doing that also. Its really interesting but not to be used.

  8. This is good to get a better idea on this. So many of the websites and blogs I have been working on in recent months have really suffered from bad spamming. I appreciate the level of detail here!

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