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, 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 lie.
- Many spammers will 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. As a blog owner, you need to concentrate on providing attractive, interesting, and useful content to your readers.
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.