I've been getting a surge of fake comments from practitioners pretending to be clients they have. These comments will never be posted or seen by anyone but myself, and you are actually banned from commenting for forever (meaning it looks like it goes through on your end but I never see a comment from you again, and I ban people by IP, email, and key words,) if you do spam my blog, but looking where these people are commenting, I'd say they don't even read the posts.
One benefit is if any person comes to me asking if your site or services are a scam and you've been spamming my blog, I will outright say you're obviously full of sh*t if you're pretending to be your own clients. Anyone over the age of 10 could identify that the same person is posting these (actually it's like 2 people, and they both advertise the same sites over and over.) Just grow up. You're an awful liar, and it's clear by the grammar and spelling mistakes, and reappearing same sites that you're the same person.
That said, I assume this person is trolling many occult blogs. They seem to mostly want to pretend to be a rootworker, though I've seen another that seems closer related to Wicca/Ceremonialism. I strongly suggest my readers avoid hiring practitioners from ads left on occult blog comments. Normally one troll on my blog means the same troll on a few other occult blogs.
I am happy to recommend peers of mine I know to be legit workers and great minds in the occult world, but I do not run ads for practitioners I know nothing about and who I have never met. By allowing such posts from strangers, this would give the impression that I in some way promote your services or put my support behind them, when in reality because you're making fake posts pretending to be a client, I'd strongly discourage anyone from working with you...so obviously I won't post the ad in the comments section.
If you're a legit practitioner and you want to comment and leave your site in the "url" part of the comments, that is far different if you're leaving an on topic comment about the article, and not blatantly promoting another site.
"Cat, while I understand use of sage in this spell, but I'd actually omit sage and suggest cedar as a replacement as in this respect it would probably work better alongside...." etc in a post discussing say, I cleansing recipie
as opposed to
"I have to tell you about Shnookums McRootworkerpants. He saved my life. I lost my ex husband for 10 years but Shnookums got him back to me. It only took him 1 week and my husband was all about me again. He was the only one who helped me. You can contact him at ShnookumsMcRootworkerpants - at - Notactuallyarootworkerjustpretendingtobe - dot- com You'll be happy you did!" Posted on an article about why I've not recently posted an article.
What if you want to advertise here?
Well, you're SOL. Anyone you see with a link posted on my site by my hand is there because that promotion was earned by me actually respecting the quality of their goods, services, and/or knowledge. I do not do paid or unpaid promotions for anyone.
Thanks for your attention in the matter.