Please, take a minute and let me know how safe my blog is.Here, the blog owner wants to know whether it's possible that his blog might be classified as a spam host, in the near future.
This is a request that, no matter how genuine a blog, and a blog owner, may appear now, cannot be fulfilled with any degree of accuracy and authority.
Whitelisting blogs against spam classification is a service that simply cannot be provided, when requested.
A single blog, viewed now, cannot provide an adequate view of the blog population, and of the immediate threat.
- Many spam farms can only be detected as groups of blogs, where individual blogs may appear quite benign and genuine.
- Many blogs, apparently benign and genuine right now, may have a spammy payload applied later.
- Many spammers would appreciate convenient evaluation of their blogs, so they can more easily determine where the boundaries may lie.
- Many spammers would enjoy the ability to argue, later, how they may have been mislead by inaccurate advice - with the possibility of forcing a reversal of their confirmed status.
Spam classification can only be conducted by the automated classification process - which is deceptively accurate and effective - in spite of arguments provided by confirmed spammers.
As a blog owner, you need to concentrate on providing informative, interesting, and unique content to your readers. And be selective how and where you advertise the blog, considering carefully what content may not be appreciated by everybody.
Focus on developing your blog - and don't waste time asking for services that cannot be provided. And use some common sense techniques, to reduce the risk of spam classification.