On Terms and Conditions

Now here are some Terms and Conditions that I can most certainly agree with:

CodeRanch Terms and Conditions
CodeRanch Terms and Conditions

How to Make Your Advertisement Look Like Spam

I had experienced ZeroTurnaround‘s marketing and sales before, and I thought it was a bit agressive, although their products seem really nice and cool, so I had forgiven them at the time… However, looking at the numerous links to their product JRebel on CodeRanch just looks like quite offending spam to me. Consider an arbitrary question:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/294530/JDBC/databases/NullPointerException-stmt-executeUpdate

The question is about a silly NullPointerException and its answer is straightforward. Now the JRebel link at the bottom:

I agree. Here's the link
I agree. Here’s the link…

“I agree. Here’s the link” – Whatever. Completely off-topic, no? It looks as though CodeRanch had a spam filtering problem which was exploited by a decent company selling decent products. Why would they do that? Well, I understand that being able to put your link on one of the Top 20 Java Websites can be good for search engine optimisation. But making it look like spam will probably start pissing off potential customers, no?

The crazy thing is, it really isn’t spam, it’s a regular advertisement on CodeRanch. Scroll down on this question here:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/376762/java/java/ArrayList-maintain-order

I’m really curious if this advertisement works out for ZeroTurnaround! I’m also curious about your opinion, and whether you also think this is spammy.