It seems a day doesn't go by where TAZ has one or more people join, resurrect an old thread and post a link to their site, and their text here is often in broken English with an answer which really isn't an answer. There are many folks here, myself included, who post links and sometimes self-promote. I believe this is a good thing overall for TAZ due to the technical nature of the topics people often need hands-on help. The difference, however, is people who contribute to TAZ with real experience to share, versus fly-by-nights who simply use TAZ for an SEO boost, don't give a crap about the community and have no plans to stick around. It takes about 0.5 seconds to recognize these types of users. I don't know if the TAZ staff is aware of this, but TAZ is listed on several spammer lists of "high value" backlink sites which allow them. One of the things I do on my own forums is spam filtering which auto-moderates posts with links from anyone with under 10 posts. It's pretty much-halted link drop spam. Can TAZ consider something like this?