---- I Sent a Link Request - And Got a Spam Warning from My ISP
Powdork - 7:47 pm on Dec 21, 2004 (gmt 0)
In today's marketplace, that may be a good summation of a link request email.
Picture a ski club that on their website lists their trips planned for the year. One of them is to my location so I offer my site as a potential source of information since I have lots of unique information (not lodging) on the Mountains and the terrain. I use the email address that specifically requests this type of stuff and its called spam. Has it gotten that bad?
I should note that I have a fix in place that redirects users of adblockers to a 'why you can't see my site' page. That seemed to irritate some of the emails recipients which could also have led to a spam report. I'm reviewing my policy on that.
I'm not real sure how the reports work? Does a user report them or does AOL recognize that the email was sent to a number of their addresses?