Akismet does a good job of preventing most spam comments from showing up on my blog; however, a new style of comment is getting by the filter. Essentially, the comments will flatter the blog in a vague yet realistic manner. Below are some recent samples that I had to mark myself—they’re remarkably similar to some comments that I have not marked as spam.
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The differentiators I’ve found: spam comments will include a URL, name, or email that is related to selling something, while genuine comments often lack a URL and have name and email that are closely related (e.g., commenter Foo Bar would have an email address like firstname.lastname@example.org).
I guess spammers figure the comments are free to post (posted by bots), so why not?