Talk:Sprott Shaw College
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I looked at "what links here" as "there is a campus of Sprott Shaw College located in FOO" in various wordings across a host of town and city articles. The sole purpose of these, to me, would indicate spam. Same as if there were sentences like "there are six MacDonald's Restaurants in FOO" or "XXX gas stations in FOO". The use of corporate-franchise articles in this way strikes me as more than a bit spammish.188.8.131.52 (talk) 05:58, 10 December 2013 (UTC)
- Indeed. Mentioning Sprott on the communities' pages is OK, as long as they actually have a presence in the town, and as long as there is no undue emphasis on their school. It's easy to see that they have spammed somewhat by comparing the "What Links Here" list vs the Locations page on their website. PKT(alk) 17:40, 10 December 2013 (UTC)