Spammers have always been in business online, but have continued with their pre-historic methods of spamming where the spam is not relevant to the context. Hence the need for context sensitive spamming and hence this post to help them understand the term: context sensitive spamming.
Recently we launched a website called Hamilton Hill Medical Centre, which is a website for a hospital in Perth, Australia. Within two days of launching this website, we started seeing spam comments for Aamir Khan, Priyanka Chopra etc. Highly irrelevant to the context!
On this blog also, I see quite a few spam comments which are not context sensitive because they completely forget the target audience of the blog in mind. Yes, I am aware that it is done by an automated software used by kiddies who try to make a quick buck – I really wish they did some basic course on context sensitive spamming, so that their information could be relevant to the audience.