A spam blog, sometimes referred to as a splog, is a blog in which its creator attempts to promote affiliated web sites in order to increase the search engine rankings of associated sites or to simply sell links/ads.
They try to create back links of affiliate web sites, to artificially inflate paid ad impressions from visitors and/or use the blog as a link outlet to sell links or get new sites indexed. Spam blogs usually contain made-up text or content stolen from other web sites. They also have a lot of links to sites associated with the splog creator which are often disreputable or useless web sites.
Splogs have become a major problem on free blog hosts such as Blogdrive. These fake blogs waste disk space and bandwidth as well as pollute search engine results.
What these spam blog creators don't understand is that web search engines are very aware of their behavior. It has become quite easy for search engines to identify and flag these blogs, then penalize the associated web sites.
If you would like to remove your blog, follow this proceedure;
Log into your account and click the "remove Blog" link in the blog dialogue area. If you've forgotten your password and would like it resent to you, please use the Forgot Password?
link to retrieve it.
If you are still having trouble removing your blog, we can remove it for you. There is an administrative processing fee of twenty dollars per blog
, as this consumes our resources.
Please provide as much proof as possible that it is in fact your blog (or a blog created on your behalf) and that you have the right to request its removal.
Please use PayPal's gift option to send processing fees to email@example.com.
Remember to send the blog addresses along with payment, and we will remove the blogs promptly.
Also, keep in mind that;
Are the same thing and count for one blog only:
Please don't create spam blogs.
You are wasting our time, and yours. Stop polluting the web!
People creating spam blogs will be blacklisted from our system. Gross violators will be reported to anti-spam locations throughout the web.