GoDaddy = Piles of Spam!!!

A spammer using a domain provided free by GoDaddy, which sends people to a domain hosting service (which in turn advertises GoDaddy) has been putting spam on this site at a very high rate over the last few hours (many have gotten through).

Does this mean that GoDaddy, the internet service provider, is spamming mysite, or merely that GoDaddy is funding the spamming of my site? Do you use GoDaddy? If you do, then YOU are spamming my site, then, aren’t you?

All of you stop it.

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  2. #2 Mike Haubrich
    October 20, 2011

    I host with Godaddy.com, even though I detest their advertising. I wonder if I am spamming you.

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  4. #4 zmandel
    October 24, 2011

    godaddy is one of the biggest if not the biggest provider of domanin registration, I have registered many domains there in the past but no longer do it because its now much cheaper to use google’s domain registration services.

  5. #5 Andrew
    October 24, 2011

    GoDaddy displays advertising on domain holding pages – is that what you are referring to?

  6. #6 Greg Laden
    October 24, 2011

    Andrew, I’m not sure what a domain holding page is. Is that just an empty page where there is a domain, holding? If so, that is not what I’m referring to.

    What I’m referring to is comment spam that is dumped on this site at the rate of a hundred or so per day, for a few days at a time, that points to web sites where you can purchase domain names. We are then told that if we purchase the domain name AND use GoDaddy as the hosting service we get a 50% discount.

    So the GoDaddy part is the fact that they have entered into a deal with a domain hosting service and the spam part is that they spam that ad.

    In addition to that note the spam comments above, which I’ve left in place as a demonstration. Go Daddy does not mind embarrassing itself, apparently.