Tuesday Tantrum: Getting the message right

I don’t know about you, but my inbox is continually bombarded by emails from people I’ve never heard of, encouraging me to purchase some new piece of software or advice from their ‘friend’ Joe Bloggs (or whatever – no offense to any real-life Joe Bloggs).

Not only is it astounding how many ‘friends’ these people have, but they also can’t be bothered to spell correctly or check that their messages make sense. For me, these are two sure signs that the emails are from uncaring scammers.

There’s a motto in life, and also in the more reputable parts of the internet marketing community, that you should be prepared to help people find success. If we all succeed, we all prosper. If we scam each other, then everyone ultimately suffers.

And don’t get me started on the ‘literally a machine to print money with no effort’ blaggers…

Bah, humbug!

 

2 Comments

  • Kathy Plitt

    Reply Reply November 28, 2015

    Hey There Richard: regarding your Tuesday Tantrum it sure rang true.

    Bulls Eye…..

    Warm Regards,

    Kathy

    • admin

      Reply Reply November 30, 2015

      Thanks Kathy. And then there are those affiliate marketers who just copy and paste the suggested emails from product sellers so they all look the same…

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