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The mail comes complete with a screen capture of our site, and a "Signup now" button that doesn't work...
[snip] and looking down the places they submit you to gives me the shivers... a couple of obvious FFA sites (it says so in the URL!), a "Pick your category" box to allow "targetted" directory submissions.
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Anyone come across these guys before?
[edited by: Brett_Tabke]
500.000! Numbers sell.
The funniest sollicitation I ever recieved was very personalised. It showed whow bad my site ranked. There was a position report attached to the email. They even went to the 10th page!
The only problem was that the site was about engineering and the keywords they used was about gardening.
I could not restrain to answer them whith a couple of evil smilies.
i aslo see looksmart,yahoo and other pay-to-include directories.For $59 like they say i would pay them right away.Yes, i might send them question how can they submit my site to looksmart and yahoo(since yahoo buz category has to be paid) for onl $59? will they pay additional $400+?
joined:Sept 28, 2012
I'm not worried about Vanessa, I just find it amusing that "she" is sending English language junk mail to a Russian language site.
I was curious as to what was being said about her on the Russian site though.
I assumed that as the original subject of the post was clearly using a bulk e-mail to an e-mail d/base, loads of people would have had them so it would be kinda "public domain"
This one just caught my eye as the whole package was a cut above the usual standard for this kind of effort
Again, apologies if I've been any trouble, I just wanted to "share the fun"
Yes, it's a difficult issue for us that we've labored over for a long time. It's a constant education and discovery of new effects. Everytime we feel we've seen it all, something new pops up. It's not about us looking good, or disagreeing with the content, is protecting the system long term - thats's job 1.
Again, it was all innocent TT, I don't think you did anything wrong at all and I don't enjoy editing posts at all. (always feel like a shower afterwards).