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If you have email addresses listed on your website chances are you can get quite a bit of spam and unsolicited messages. We get quite a few emails a day from companies trying to sell us their SEO, SEM, Design and IT services.
Here are just a few examples of emails we get on a daily basis from SEO companies around the world looking for new customers.
Would you be interested in a possible Design/redesigning of the websites or addition feature that might benefit the overall usability and user experience which usually leads to better sales.
Want to See your website on the Top Page of major search engines/increase sales from your website.
We will be happy to help execute SEO & Web Design and Development projects at a much Lower cost than what you have in house – No compromise on quality!
Do let me know if you are interested and I would be happy to share our Methodologies, past work details and client Testimonials.
Including special benefit for you!
Business Development Executive
Hope you are doing well.
My name is Prince and working with a reputed leading Search Engine Optimization Company in India having the experience of getting our customer’s websites top in Google and producing high revenue with top page rank.
I was recently visiting your website and saw your website is not on first page on Google for most of the relevant and user oriented keywords pertaining to your domain so I was wondering
If you would be interested in getting very Affordable Search engine optimization done for your website.
Let me know if you are interested and I would happy to send you more details on this.
I look forward to your positive response.
( SEO Marketing Strategist )
Dear Web Owner,
Want more clients and customers
We will help them find you by putting you on the 1st page of Google.
We have some special offers this season.
Email us back to get a full proposal.
Matt Cutts, head of Google’s Spam team, says his rule of thumb is:
If someone sends you an email with an SEO offer out of the blue, be skeptical.
The moral of the story is if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. You can file many of these unsolicited emails away with the other ones that come through along with those pesky Dr. Oz spam emails.