Sometimes you just have to sit down, go to your blog and air out your take on things. This is a moment like that.
Dear, Guerilla Splash. Is this your digital strategy? To send out spam? For the love of God – at least do some kind of background check. Is that too much to ask for?
This is what the spam says:
This is Ritesh from Guerrilla Splash. I see that you have registered EXAMPLE-SITE.com and I want to check if you need any assistance in Corporate Identity Designing, website development , SEO or Social Media Marketing.
We are a small team of creative technical & marketing nerds based in Jamshedpur, India and have been providing quality web services to clients across the globe.
If you have a need for any of the above mentioned services, then please reply to this email stating your requirements and we will get back to you ASAP.
Thanks & I look forward to hearing from you.
Skype – guerrillasplash
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Sent to my e-mail address at work. I work with SEO and Social Media Marketing. But what I find really funny from Guerilla Splash is the end of the e-mail. “Click here to unsubscribe”. Click. Here. To. Unsubscribe.
Let me break it down for you, Guerilla Splash. I have not subscribed to anything. And Ritesh, this is your second spam mail. Your first spam mail was not welcomed either. I’m sure that Guerilla Splash will get business this way. People also tend to drink and drive. Ergo, with a lot of people, the lights are on but there is no one home.
Sometimes I wish I did not treat the Internet as my precious. That I couldn’t care less if I saw 450 spam blogs before I found the one I was looking for. That I had clients with a “do whatever, who cares?” mindset and I could buy 10 000 links, invoice my client for “Awesome SEO Services” and then go home and feed my cat.
But I don’t have a cat. And I treat the Internet like I treat the sidewalk outside my house. It’s there for everybody to use and enjoy, so don’t go and leave your trash on it. I know that this is too much to ask for, but in a perfect world…
Dear Guerilla Splash. Drop the spam act. It’s e-mails like this that makes the rest of us look bad.