Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of splog.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Finally, I subtracted the number of Umbria splogs from the number of Sifry blogs to yield an approximate number of non-spam splogs.

    The honeymoon is over, baby… « Squash

  • It may be “linkbaiting”, but to suggest they are splogs is wrong.

    New York Times Joins List of Digg Spammers

  • It seems that about 39,000 fake blogs were created from among the 805,000 new blogs started on Blogspot over the past two weeks and FlightSplog, monitoring new blogs at Blogspot, “documented 2,763 porn splogs from a single splogger”.

    Splogs on the Rise on Blogspot « Lorelle on WordPress

  • The exposure that advertisers get on splogs is arguably more beneficial than many other sites – their content is relatively more attractive.

    Zap the zombies « BuzzMachine

  • I stand by Jarvis’ assertion that the shortest route to ending splogs is to remove their ability to many money off the practice.

    Google and splog fraud « BuzzMachine

  • If name splogs do take off, we'll have to work even harder to cultivate our online identities.

    A Web Page of One's Own

  • For months now, I've been finding links from spam weblogs called splogs who take the content from my site and re-post it as if they wrote it.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Finally Defensio picks up any spams that make it though which are mainly pingbacks from spam blogs (aka splogs).

    Viper007Bond.com

  • There is a name for these blog - they’re often called splogs or blog junks.

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • There is a name for these blog - they’re often called splogs or blog junks.

    Making some money with a blog

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  • Spam weblogs that steal content from other sites in order to appear legitimate. Also known as an adfarm.

    July 13, 2018

  • Splog me till it hurts, VM.

    July 14, 2018