Are these SEO emails legitimate?
If you get any emails like below, it's pretty obvious they are spam. You can see the robotic nature with the cut and paste nature of the email. Also notice there is no website mentioned below, nor a professional email? The email is email@example.com.
From: "Frank C." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: A 3plains Client
Sent: Friday, March 1, 2019 9:19:31 AM
Subject: About companyname.com
Dear companyname.com manager,
I was going through your website recently, and wanted to discuss a few pointers about companyname.com
I noticed your website has been around for quite some time, yet it does not have an optimum presence in terms of its design, user-experience & SEO. I believe it is greatly impacting you from reaching and keeping your online audience from a very long time.
I have spent some time on your site and have compiled a list of some immediate fixes that would significantly improve your reach & visibility towards your audience. These include:
~ Your website’s major design & SEO flaws related to design & interface.
~ What your competitors are doing in terms of online advertising and how it’s benefitting them.
~ What are the immediate things you could do to promote your brand, for your key-terms related to: Company Name - Keyword Terms Go Here From Meta Title
I come from a Website Management Company based in LA. My team is proficient in web development using all major CMS platforms, in SEO, Content Creations, and paid campaigns to help you with your online efforts.
With your permission, I’ll share with you the above mentioned findings about your website, and how I could drastically improve the overall website experience, traffic & leads by fixing the mentioned issues.
Let me know if this interests you, and we can take the discussion further. Is XXX-XXX-XXXX the right number to reach you in this concern?
SEO & Website Consultant
LA digital Co., 5280 E Beverly, Los Angeles CA, 90022
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