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First: I would never do business with anyone that spams me.

Second: Their English is abominable. This leads me to believe this is a disreputable offshore outfit, here today and gone tomorrow. Registered on 20-Apr-12 in Scottsdale, AZ, through domainsbyproxy.com, a sleazy subsidiary of GoDaddy.com.

Third: keyword SEO is so 1990's, these people are targeting the ignorant. Sadly, they will probably make enough from untutored suckers to cover their costs and walk away with a tidy profit, only to begin another scam.

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thefoxaroo
May. 9th, 2012 03:07 am (UTC)
Old Wolf, if you're willing to indulge my curiosity. Your knowledge of linguistics is formidable. Are you able to recognise patters in poorly constructed English that give you insight into the writer/speaker's native tongue?
ccdesan
May. 10th, 2012 02:54 pm (UTC)
Thank you for the compliment; that said, I'm not a Henry Higgins. The passage above is riddled with enough errors that it's clearly not a native speaker, but unless there are some glaring and repetitive errors (lack of definite/indefinite articles and missing plurals, for example, that might indicate a person of Chinese origin) I can't look at a passage and say, "Oh, this writer is from Cambodia." Although that would be a phenomenal skill!
thefoxaroo
May. 10th, 2012 08:43 pm (UTC)
ccdesan said:"Thank you for the compliment; that said, I'm not a Henry Higgins."
ROFL. Now how did I know you were going to say that?

Higgins' ability was larger than life; the linguist version of Sherlock Holmes. I wouldn't expect that of any non-fictional person.

ccdesan said:"The passage above is riddled with enough errors that it's clearly not a native speaker, but unless there are some glaring and repetitive errors (lack of definite/indefinite articles and missing plurals, for example, that might indicate a person of Chinese origin) I can't look at a passage and say, "Oh, this writer is from Cambodia." Although that would be a phenomenal skill!"

For linguistics I couldn't say, since English is my only language apart from a few greeting words and Mandarin phrases I've learned to orer the flavoured green teas that I enjoy. (This will be badly composed using the latin alphabet, but I've been complimented on my pronunciation) "Zau Shang Hau (Good morning). Chin ge wo (please give me) yee da beh (a large cup) [then the flavour eg: Tsao Mae (strawberry)] lu cha (green tea) chu bing (no ice)."

However I know that there are patterns and marks in certain tasks. I'm reminded of the episode of M*A*S*H were Hawkeye winds up performing surgery on the front line and his own team hear a rumour that he's been killed, until BJ Hunnicut attending to a wounded soldier declares "Hawkeye Pierce is alive and well! Hawkeye's marks are all through this guy!"

Computer programming is one example where I could become profficient in detecting what language a person is more familiar with. When I was a student in the Associate Disploma of Data Processing someone introduced me to the concept. He said he knew of a programmer who was far more famliar with Pascal than Cobol and that "he writes Cobol with a Pascal accent." Something like this is entirely believable. Certainly the accent of a spoken language will indicate the person's native tongue. That's why I was wondering if these spam messages give any indicators.
james_b
May. 9th, 2012 12:03 pm (UTC)
Have a read of this PDF article which goes through the "under the hood" details on what's usually involved with the SEO process. It's an interesting read on the process of using purloined/stolen IPs, temporarily rented telephone numbers, FaceBook likes, etc.
ccdesan
May. 10th, 2012 02:54 pm (UTC)
Thank you for this!

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