Edinburgh Web Development

Are you getting these messages?

by Iain Wilson

10 February 2010

Unsolicited messages from the Internet are a fact of life these days. A number of our clients keep getting emails similar to the one below.

Naturally, something like this might draw your interest, but stop and think for a moment:

  • This is an automated message. You have not been selected for a particular reason. They have just trawled the Internet and found your site, then sent you an (illegal) unsolicited message.
  • They know NOTHING about your website, its Google ranking, you, your business, or the environment you work in.
  • Does the person mentioned exist? Maybe, probably not.
  • Can they help you? Maybe, probably not in the way you would like.
  • Will they really use ethical methods? Who knows.

If you need help with your search engine position, there are loads of local services who will give you a personal, focused and economical service. Please don't waste your time and money with this sort of thing.

Contact from your Web Site
Name: Jimmy Blogs
Email: jimmyblogs@gmail.com
Address: 224 Lawrence Road
Phone: 000-000-0000
Mailing List: No
Message: Increase traffic to your websiteWe would like to get your website on first page of Google.All of our processes use the most ethical "white hat" Search Engine Optimization techniques that will not get your website banned or penalized. Please reply and I would be happy to send you a proposal.

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