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Alright, I took eight days off to cruise the Mexican Riviera with my family, no cell phone, no email, nada, and when I get back, both my regular email account and my Gmail account have invitations from unknown people to connect with them through a new service called “Tagged”.
The messages said “You’ve been Tagged by XX” and look like this: I don’t know any 17 year old guys named Gareth, however, so what the heck?
Tagged provides a fun, safe, and exciting environment for teens to showcase their personalities and talents, and to connect with friends and meet new ones.
Tagged maintains this great environment by only allowing teenagers to register on the site.” Ah, well, if that last bit is true, I am doomed to be a blind victim of tagging anyway since it’s a long time since I was a teenager, and, heck, that was even pre-Internet, maybe even pre-Al Gore!
All I can conclude, particularly given that I’m already pre-opted in (a practice I hate) for the ominous sounding “offers and surveys” from Postmaster Direct, is that this is the first real Web 2.0 spamming operation?
On the other hand, the company describes itself as “is the premier social networking destination for the Millennial Generation and an ideal place for advertisers who are trying to reach the teen market.
🙂 Claiming they’ve been around since 2004, Tagged also has some impressive statistics: It all just feels a bit dubious to me.
A pal even caught the hilarious event on video and posted it onto Snapchat. Elaina's followers couldn't believe what had happened and still couldn't help compliment her.There are spam accounts which post spam images and spam comments, spamming other people's photos as well as tags.One of the most searched and visited posts on this blog is How to get rid of spam comments on Instagram.This, of course, doesn't completely remove spam or spam accounts. I actually get very little spam comments and I'm not too interested on how many of my followers are spammy as long as they don't cause me any trouble.To be quite clear I don't even remember the last time my photo on Instagram got spammed. Some people are setting their profiles private to avoid spam.