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Old 30th March 2012, 11:22 AM   #1
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Default Social Media Strategies Causes SPAM

Some says that there are some strategies that causes SPAM in Social Media Platforms?



Do you agree to it? Why?

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Old 2nd April 2012, 05:47 AM   #2
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Yes, I agree with it.

Spam is every where. Its how you define the limit. Spam is so much in SEO field that you get suggestion SEO is Spam in Google Autocomplete for search SEO is...

Social Media Platforms can be spammed by forcefully putting site links on everyone profile, keep on adding unknown friends so that you can increase your area of link forcing, keep on sending unsolicited affiliate links or website links through pings/messages to your so called friends those whose actual name is not know..

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I think most businesses need to get out of the habit of just spamming their followers - as soon as you engage with your customers then the ROI will naturally increase.

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Yes, I agree with it.

Spam is every where. Its how you define the limit. Spam is so much in SEO field that you get suggestion SEO is Spam in Google Autocomplete for search SEO is...

Social Media Platforms can be spammed by forcefully putting site links on everyone profile, keep on adding unknown friends so that you can increase your area of link forcing, keep on sending unsolicited affiliate links or website links through pings/messages to your so called friends those whose actual name is not know..


I would agree with this. It would be so irritating most specially if Someone tries to Market his or her product to you, knowing the fact that he/she is a BIG Stranger for you. This is a Big no for me. It would be better if you named your company first Physically before indulging it online.

Example: Apple Company. They provide so many online and offline advertisements. This will make them well known.

With you reaching a kind of making known to the public. That is the time you should grow in Social Networking Sites. So that you will not look stranger to other people along the community Platform. Please have privacy, don't just put your company in person's that doesn't want your service, target your market.

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Spamming gives temporary boost but building a relation and interaction become permanent.

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Old 4th April 2012, 09:57 PM   #6
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Yes. If you post a lot at a very short amount of time (like 5 minutes for every post) then you can be considered as a spammer. You can get a ton of infractions for this which may include suspension of your account to even banning your IP address.

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With the freedom to create as many "fake" profiles for artificial benefits, yet SPAM is in the air of Social Media arena.

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Ya agree it can cause spam but you can get more benefits from social media if you do it properly and share unique content.

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Of course it creates spam as people want to get immediate results and create lots of false profile and links and so on. But it can be controled by IP.

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Of course it creates spam as people want to get immediate results and create lots of false profile and links and so on. But it can be controled by IP.

But you cannot detect and I Believe the Social networking sites will surely not provide an IP information.

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