I’m sure you are familiar with these. The better messages will say something like: “Thanks for following. I tweet about sports medicine and have more information on my blog www.sportsmed.co.uk”.
The worst ones will say something like this: “Someone is saying something bad about you. Click here to find out: www.whocares.com”.
Obviously the second one is straight spam, with the user probably involved in some affiliate program where they get paid for click-thrus. But many would argue that both of these are spam, as they are auto-generated.
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