Another Icky Marketing Email

Posted by on Aug 27 2010

For your amusement…

Another email from another icky marketer; my “comments and edits” are in brackets [ ]

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Dear Sir [sigh–“Madam,” if you please]

I would like to offer you a partnership with my seo company [funny — I already offer SEO to my clients. I’m listening…maybe you’ve got an amazing offer that will sweep me off my feet??] .

As i [hey, capitalize “i” when refering to yourself] understand that your goal is to help business owner to increase their profits and expand the business exposure, we want to offer you a partnership deal [wait for it, wait for it].

If your clients are interested to order our internet promotion service, you can recommend us and we will provide them a quality service with an affordable price. We will share [with] you a very generous commission per sale [golly, so tempting, how can I refuse?]. We offer a wide variety of service such as website design, website promotion, online consulting, and many more. [That’s funny…WE offer the same thing! We must be related. Mommy! He’s copying meeee!]

Let me know if you are interested [ummm…no, thanks. And may I wish you the utmost success in your business ventures?]

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I have to laugh at these people. Do they really think someone will respond to an email like this? Well, at least it cheered up my blah Friday. 🙂

 

   

4 comments for now

4 Responses to “Another Icky Marketing Email”

  1. MarciNo Gravatar

    Not good! Add submitexpress.com to your spam list! I submitted my blog for free and invited a lot of spam to my inbox.

    29 Aug 2010 at 8:08 am

  2. Karyn GreenstreetNo Gravatar

    Whenever I subscribe to an ezine, or use an online service, I use my “throw away” Gmail address, not my personal email address. That way, if they spam me, it doesn’t come into my private inbox. Gmail has an excellent spam filter, better than Hotmail’s or YahooMail’s.

    29 Aug 2010 at 8:14 am

  3. AndersonNo Gravatar

    Karyn,
    Thanks for the advice in your comment. I should use gmail as well.
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    Hope you don’t mind that I notice a word “thing” in the sentence below.

    “I have to laugh at these people. Do they really THING someone will respond to an email like this?”
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    04 Oct 2010 at 9:37 pm

  4. Karyn GreenstreetNo Gravatar

    Thanks for finding the typo! 🙂

    05 Oct 2010 at 7:31 am



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