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Blog Search Engine Threatens Ban of Blogger Blogs
Contributed by: SHA, at 8/18/2005 07:29:00 PM.

Mark Cuban—self-dubbed "blog maverick" and owner of both the Weblog search engine IceRocket and the Dallas Mavericks—has warned that those who use Google's free Blogger service under the Blogspot domain may soon be kicked out of IceRocket's search engine due to the insufferable amounts of blog spam the free service produces.
"Anything that has ever been spammed about is spammed in monstrous proportions in the blogosphere because it's so easy to do," Cuban wrote in a recent blog.
"Any traditional spam keyword will get you thousands if not more than 100,000 results, and there are a ton of spam words you can think of," he said.
The production of spam blogs as well as the onslaught of spam in the comment sections of blogs—also known as "splog"—is particularly irksome because it dilutes the usefulness of search rankings.
The problem is so acute that major Internet search engines Google Inc., Microsoft Corp.'s MSN division and Yahoo Inc., along with Weblog tool vendor Six Apart Ltd., joined together earlier this year to wage battle on splog.


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