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4 responses to “Is Twitter Being Used to Attack Blogs? We Still Need Social Feeds.”

  1. Is There a New Twitter to Blog Spam Bot? | Zoli’s Blog

    [..] Is Twitter Being Used to Attack Blogs? We Still Need Social Feeds. | CloudAveon [..]

  2. radiomanmic

    If nothing else, thanks for the link :-) — It’s funny that this tweet ended up getting picked up, since it really was only a test… I was working on a twitter script in Linux. It worked. :-) I’m diggin’ the blog, by the way.

  3. Zoli Erdos

    Michael, I don’t understand. Are you saying your script send all the other comments from these users, to two separate posts, in two batches, within seconds from each other?

  4. TweetBack Spam Happening Already. Or is it? | Pistachio

    [..] noticingthat their comments were getting hit pretty hard with Tweets unrelated to their blog. While this may look like “spam” at first glance, it really isn’t a case of unscrupulous marketers exploiting the idea. [..]