FiFiLaBumblesaid: You don't need to 'spam' your own thread(s). There is a bump button which bumps but does not insert a post. I'm talking about the word bump and yes lots of owners use the bump word in there threads due to convenience.
Dong†U†Deadsaid: What if you can tell it's spam bumping and not bumping for the good of the thread <- is this within the rules?
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that spam is against the rules of pretty much every forum out there on the internet, so if you see actual spam, then you probably want to report it to forum help if it bothers you so. But before you rush into conclusions, you might want to consider that seeing a big amount of bump posts doesn't necessarily mean it's spam. For example, the little time stamp below each post can give quite a lot of information, if analyzed properly (if you catch my subtle hint here). > )