why some sites mark as spam comment?

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topic related link drop in comment box to clear the topic more easliy why its mark as spam ?
i think comments about post

great
nice
amazing
thanx for sharing

is good but share a link related to that topic is best

suppose the topic is how seo help you to rank first if i added this link
http://investinpak.com/how-to-rank-o...age-of-google/
is it spam?
#comment #mark #sites #spam
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    great
    nice
    amazing
    thanx for sharing

    Those are not acceptable 'comments' in threads here - use the 'thanks' button when all you want to say is one of the above comments. Those words in a post add nothing to a discussion.


    share a link related to that topic is best

    No, not permitted. If you want to post a link to your site - use the signature option. Links in posts - with a few exceptions - are considered a 'link drop' ...which is spam.
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      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      No, not permitted. If you want to post a link to your site - use the signature option. Links in posts - with a few exceptions - are considered a 'link drop' ...which is spam.
      What if link is to specific page which used as an example/source etc. and
      can't be placed in Sig. simply because it applicable to particular situation?

      After all, you can't place dozens of links in Sig if you have informative site
      you are using to make your points not to mention the site is already well
      promoted and popular.



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      • Profile picture of the author Muzammil Ahmed
        i add this link as sample to clear my question if you dont like this then am deleted my post
        is it ok?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    with a few exceptions

    Picking nits today? If a link applies to a post you are making -and is necessary to explain...that would be an exception.....if the link is to your own site, good luck.
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    • Profile picture of the author Muzammil Ahmed
      i you feel something bad then i removed it
      am adding this as a question comparison
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    Be genuine and share a good 3-4 sentences at least clearly commenting on the topic at hand. This approach applies to forums, blogs, hell; everywhere online. Social media comments can be super brief maybe but to make an impact in most spots, devote a few minutes to answering questions. Avoid spam folders or spam flags and you will benefit through engaging genuinely.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    What SHOULD happen and what actually happens are usually two very different things. I honestly think that there should never be a problem with linking to something on your own site that provides an exact answer to a question. Assuming that a link to someone's own site is always bad is just an indication of an extremely lazy moderator.
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      Originally Posted by dave_hermansen View Post

      What SHOULD happen and what actually happens are usually two very different things. I honestly think that there should never be a problem with linking to something on your own site that provides an exact answer to a question. Assuming that a link to someone's own site is always bad is just an indication of an extremely lazy moderator.
      This won't end, well. lol
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    I do check links in posts - and almost always they don't lead to 'an answer'. They lead to a new site - a landing page - an affiliate link - a general or nonsense article. Quite a few of them trigger malware alerts, too.



    Quite often it's the person asking the question who is also offering the answer. Those links send visitors away from the forum - and very seldom are they worth the trip.


    Just my view as a lazy mod....
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    • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      I do check links in posts - and almost always they don't lead to 'an answer'. They lead to a new site - a landing page - an affiliate link - a general or nonsense article. Quite a few of them trigger malware alerts, too.



      Quite often it's the person asking the question who is also offering the answer. Those links send visitors away from the forum - and very seldom are they worth the trip.


      Just my view as a lazy mod....
      I'm not sure where I said in my thread that ALL moderators are lazy. Pointing out that there are some lazy moderators out there is spot-on. If you're not one of those, don't take it personally.
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