Aaron,Yes, I read your post right after Facebook Comments were posted and borfee publishing visited again and read that response. I'm not sure what to make of that solution since I'm uncertain how he's obtaining those comments. But if he can get them you certainly could drop them into a noscript tag and have them render for search engines. And I agree that while I can't support it from an SEO perspective, it still might make sense! SEO isn't everything, and in this instance removing comment spam and trolls, potentially increasing the quality of discourse on your property and getting more traffic from Facebook could be a net benefit.I'm a bit uneasy about Facebook capturing such a large part of the web behind a walled garden, but it also presents some interesting possibilities.
--Mooi Wed Mar 14 02:47:10 2012
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