But if we ignored them we wouldn't get classic things like potato ass!mar1 wrote:all these spam posts usually contain links to other webpages.
the idea is to get as many people to click on the link to boost the money on that page. they post randomly everywhere they can so at least 4 or 5 people per forum can click those links.
some webdesigners charge clients based on number of visits to the page depending on advertisements or so.
try buying an advertisement space on facebook, they will charge you prices based on how many people click on the link. for example, the ad link expires after 500 clicks.
best thing is to just ignore it and admins can delete the posts.