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9-24-2011 @ 3:58PM
It's because people like you hope to get visitors by essentially spamming a page. Most of the time the comments are so damn generic it's insulting how obvious it is. "I agree with this", "I like this."You aren't the first person to do it, and you aren't the last. Thousands of people do it a day, and it's spamming, period. You hope to ride the visitors on the site to your site. And when you add the link to every single comment you make, you make yourself look even worse.If you had an actual comment beyond simply spamming, it would be different. If the article was about a detailed thing, like DPS analysis, or lore, and you started explaining, then said "I have an article on my site about this which goes much more in-depth, and it would be easier to explain it there instead of a comment on here" it would be different.Instead, it's just a "Hey, I like this. This sounds awesome. VISIT MY BLOG. HERE'S THE LINK. I'M GOING TO CONTINUE TO SPAM THE LINK IN EVERY COMMENT I MAKE."It makes you look like an attention whore.
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