Comment spam and blog spam are two different types of spamming. Comment spam is when a user tries to add comments to a blog post that they don’t actually have anything interesting or valuable to say.
Blog spam is when a user posts the same article or blog post over and over again on different websites without providing any new or interesting information. Both of these types of spamming can be very annoying and can damage the reputation of a website or blog.
Comment spam is typically done by people who are not subscribed to the blog or who are not interested in the topic of the post. They will try to add a comment to every post, even if they don’t have anything useful to say, in order to increase their chances of being noticed by the author.
This type of spamming is easy to spot and can be eliminated by simply not accepting comments from non-subscribed users or by requiring users to provide a valid email address before they can comment.
Blog spam, on the other hand, is often done by people who are subscribed to the blog but want to increase their chances of being noticed by the author. They will post the same article or blog post on different websites multiple times without providing any new or interesting information.
This type of spamming can be difficult to spot and can be eliminated by using Google Analytics to track how many times an article has been posted on different websites. If an article is being posted multiple times without providing new or interesting information, it may be indicative of blog spamming.