is poised to continue moving up. $60 by the end of the tear is my target. If these services were really good they would understand that spam detracts from the offering. They prey on the novice. If you do not respond the spammers will not make money as the company will not pay for poor results. Better that they launch a real campaign of features/ Benefits on Yahoo or Facebook. For sure more hits.
A "non-bump" reply option would give us the power to tell these guys off, without rewarding them by putting their SPAM back at the top of the list. Yahoo is deaf and clueless- and it's hurting their franchise.
The SPAM #$%$ has to stop, these idiots SPAMMING here think anyone with a iota of a brain will look at the #$%$ they post, it becomes more difficult for us who need information and intelligent arguments on AIG to go through the SPAM #$%$ to get what we are looking for. You all SPAMMERS %$#@, stay away!
The fact that you have to reply to spammers on this thread is very telling. You cannot respond to them directly without rewarding them, by putting their nonsense back at the top of the board. I have a partial, but simple solution. Give us the power to police our own message boards. I've implored Yahoo to give us a "non-bump" reply option. We should have the option to respond to, but at the same time NOT promote messages we know don't belong here. That's not censorship. The current system is. Our only option now is to give spammers a thumbs down and roll over and take their self-serving, paid-for-posting #$%$. These boards a powerful asset for Yahoo. How they can be so oblivious to the benefits of this simple measure boggles my mind. No wonder Yahoo's stock has been stuck in the mud for a decade.