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    Quote Originally Posted by camp185 View Post
    Cute topic. There is only one thing that pisses me off, and that is stolen content. I hate it when it happens to me, and I hate seeing blogs that do it to others. Paid editorials have been happening since the day newspapers were invented, and to this day many don't even have a clue that they are reading them.
    Were you commenting on stolen content and paid posts separately?

    Also, I see no problem with a paid post if it's genuinely informative and helpful. If it's a crap post, I get irritated, but if it's a legit review then it's all good.

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    Guy stop buying bulk niche related comment services from new service providers . Because most of them are using software to complete this task and comments made by this process moves into spam section in wordpress blogs (And your blogs will be seen as spammers)

    In my wordpress blog I have noticed one good blog whose comments were moving in to spam section . I contacted the blog owner and asked them that are you posting these comments and they replied that they have hired a link builder for blog commenting process . I told them that I have already deleted you 5 comments but everyday find new comment from your url in my spam section . Now they have stopped using that service provider services .

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    Please stop using keywords as your name. It's really hard to reply to "make money online with a teenager" and "cheap gardening tools." Include your name in your comments!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sneakyheathen View Post
    Please stop using keywords as your name. It's really hard to reply to "make money online with a teenager" and "cheap gardening tools." Include your name in your comments!
    Yes this looks like very funny . I have seen one users in my spam section and he uses - I lost 10kg in 4 weeks as users and then he adds his website link in comment on this keyphrase .

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    Be positive and courteous

    No one line answers it contributes to link dilution and hurts every commenter

    Always aim to give at least a five line response on a dofollow blog

    If you have nothing to say - Don't - Just move along

    Don't suck up - I like spam more than butt kissing

    Cheers

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    I dont really believe in Ethics,if it works,its good enough for me

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    I am a very morally and ethically inclined person.
    In fact, I even wrote up an entire ethical business guarantee that I follow on my blog.

    In my career, in my studies, in my life - I align everything I do with what will make the world a better place because to me, that's important.
    We must never sacrifice values or the well-being of others simply to make a quick buck.

    But I digress. When it comes to blogging etiquette, I follow the rule of never doing anything I wouldn't want done to me.
    An example would be spamming. I don't spam-comment the blogs of others because I hate when it happens to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    I am a very morally and ethically inclined person.
    In fact, I even wrote up an entire ethical business guarantee that I follow on my blog.

    In my career, in my studies, in my life - I align everything I do with what will make the world a better place because to me, that's important.
    We must never sacrifice values or the well-being of others simply to make a quick buck.

    But I digress. When it comes to blogging etiquette, I follow the rule of never doing anything I wouldn't want done to me.
    An example would be spamming. I don't spam-comment the blogs of others because I hate when it happens to me.
    Well i must say that i agree with you,what i was trying to say before is that i dont believe in ethics how they teach them,you know doing this,doing that.
    I think that you should always try to be the best person you can be,but not live a lie and hold on to something just because everyone thinks that its the right thing to do,on the end of the day,its important that you are happy with yourself knowing that you did something good today.

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    You are promoting yourself/business through blogs. It is one of the powerful marketing tools today. Please be original. Content has to be unique and exclusive. Back links you use must be of good quality.

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    One great ethic is to provide readers with unique, original and fresh content that you have spent time to create. Today, you can find lots of blogs that although they are being moderated honestly and by honest people, but they simply mirror contents published somewhere else.

    It is crucial to act like a professional writer, researcher and copywriter who knows how to add pieces of puzzle, words, together to create compelling content and paragraphs. Some of the world-famous blogs are popular because they offer original stories of web events.

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