Moderating blog comments is a funny old game.
Spammers will know by now that their link-filled messages are insta-deleted.
Which is why it’s always a nice change to receive comments without the any links in the URL field or comment text. You know, pleasing little notes like this:
“Amazing logo redesigns. They all looked modern and new, while still maintaining the old concept. I had my logo redefined by Logo Design Creation lately. They offer the creativity I was looking for at a price that I could afford. The designer was very responsive and creative! I had been “nickeled and dimed” by other logo services before, so I was a little skeptical at first. But even after I received my initial design concepts, I quickly realized that I had come to the right place.”
See? No links.
“I have not tried any logo contest or crowd sourcing before. But reading this article and seeing the comments made by other people, I don’t think I would give it a try anytime soon. I would highly recommend trying out logo design companies online that design logos professionally though. I found Logo Design Creation on Wired Magazine and decided to give it a try because of their good review. And wow they do impress me. Bravo Logo Design Creation!”
I’ll tell you what, these Logo Design Creation chaps must be very good, because during the past month I’ve received similar comments (three more just today) on quite a variety of different blog posts.
At first, my skeptical conscience raised its ugly head and I thought the comments were all written by the same person — they’re from the same IP address, after all (“a unique number assigned to each computer on the internet”) — but each message is accompanied by a different name.
There’s Bob Kish, Mark Sierra, and Michael Krivich, too.
I guess these commentators just happened to use the same public computer.
So hats-off to Logo Design Creation. Well done.
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