I believe the term "human spammer" is highly improper and harmful term which should be avoided as it misleads to believe that:Martin Truckenbrodt wrote:human spammer
- there are pure machine/automatic spammers or purely machine/automatic spam
spamming can be solved by purely technical approaches
while there are
evolving/changing in time problems).
Spamming is not technical problem and cannot be solved technically
- Spamming can be solved by some miracle "silver bullet", once and for ever.
It can't since techniques, technologies, laws, practices are evolving/changing in timede-jure and de-facto)
I am sure that you don't know what you are fighting withMartin Truckenbrodt wrote:In some details I'm not absolutely sure. But for it doesn't matter what's really acting. I see and I know what I want to fight. That's enough for me
it is impossible to determine professional spam and professional spammer either pro grammatically or manually, if it is by real professionals and professional bots. Most of what you fight and call spam falls under:
- fighting/compromising competitors, not only economic but ideological and political ones
- SEO-promoting or product marketing by amateurs, beginners, non-professionals, that (temporarily) misunderstanding SEO principles or netiquette
It is originated from more broad (if not the whole) human audience of internet and impossible/senseless to fight without refining your definitions, objectives or you will end-up blocking and blacklisting the whole internet
Plz read For Bloggers Who Hate Comment Spam