Dear SEO Spammers,
If you are going to send out emails for your SEO services to get websites to rank on Google and Yahoo, don’t pick a website that is noindexed. (How did you even find it? Oh wait, that’s right. Google indexed it anyways.)
Assuming I did want this site (not the site I use for my writers) to rank on the search engines, what do you think about this sales pitch?
Dear Business Owner,
75% of POTENTIAL CUSTOMERS searching the Internet will never find your web site unless you’re on the first page of Google, Yahoo, or MSN. If I could get as much as 4 times more INTERNET traffic to your website by promoting you to the top of the search engines would you be interested?
Our company is consistently on the first page when you search on Google for our primary search term "SEO Company". We would like to do the same for your Company’s website so you can rank for your main keyword terms as well? All of our techniques use the most ethical "white hat" Search Engine Optimization methods that will not get your website banned or penalized.
This search engine optimization program includes:
• No upfront fees
• A month to month program (no long term contracts)
• Guaranteed increase in traffic
Simply reply to this email and I would be delighted to send you a custom proposal
[Jim removed address for them]
P.S. This is an advertisement and a promotional mail strictly on the guidelines of CAN-SPAM act of 2007 . We have clearly mentioned the source mail-id of this mail, also clearly mentioned the subject lines and they are in no way misleading in any form. We have found your mail address through our own efforts on the web search and not through any illegal way. If you find this mail unsolicited, please reply with "Remove" in the subject line and we will take care that you do not receive any further promotional mail.
He never mentioned the name of his high ranking SEO Company. [Jim edited this part too …But the company has quite the bad reputation when I searched there name online]
The red flags abound.
I wonder if anyone has actually "hired" him.