Well, not necessarily brand new, but we're seeing a spate of it. Spammers are creating questions copied from Reddit, DPReview, and other sites, and then coming back a few days later to edit spam links into those questions. If you see a short question that looks... forum post-y, and comes from a new user, try a google search of the first sentence to see if it's actually plagiarized.
Are you (i.e. the ♦ moderators) OK with us (regular contributors, or in my case, regular passers-by) to use spam flags for such questions, even before the links are being inserted? Those spam flags will feed SpamRam, Stack Exchange's spam protection system, and if they're validated (6 flags by normal users and/or 1 by a ♦ moderator) the IP will be blocked from further posting.
Or would you prefer to be notified with a custom moderator flag? This has the benefit that you can add additional details to it, such as the source of the plagiarized content, but one could also post that as a comment.