I get it, you automate a lot of your work – that's the efficient way to spam, but try to put a blacklist in your automation. Email blacklist to anyone on a @ google.com domain, email blacklist to anyone by the name of John Mueller, Gary Illyes or someone working on Google or Bing searches – LinkedIn is a good source for that.
We have seen countless examples of Googlers who thank you for sending your list of links or your hidden underground folders with links.
Here is another one from Google's Gary Illyes:
Well this is uncomfortable. It has been pointed out to me that this was not a spam report, but an offer to buy links from Jon. I'm sorry, I guess? ¯ _ (ツ) _ / ¯ https://t.co/wordF6vKaI
– Gary "鯨 理" Illyes (@method) August 14, 2019
I just don't get it – if you want to spam, you have to build in your spam techniques ways to stay away from the people in the companies that go after spammers.
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