Geet, an Online Marketing Executive for India, wants to build links for your website. Wonder if they use email spam to do that too?
Sheetal Mishra is trying to sell link building services and reselll them as well through email spam.
Email spam is always a Non-professional approach to selling freelance link building services.
Always amuses me how spammers will send spam email and then add a footnote claiming they’re not spammers.
Amazing how many typographical errors there are is sales pitches. Granted, it’s spam, but still…
Victoria, a “professional” Online Marketing Executive, makes a lot of link building promises in her email spam sent from a free email account.
Jan from firstname.lastname@example.org sends us spam email for SEO Link Building Proposal — Thanks Jan!
Apparently, not only are SEO services emails like this spam, but the spammers sending them have never heard of spell check.
On the upside, at least this spammer didn’t pepper their email with links to their site.
How do you know if you’re dealing with a reputable link building service? They don’t send email spam from a Gmail account asking for your business.