It’s mad enough sending out billions of perfectly legible offers for rubbish the recipients couldn’t possibly want.
It’s even madder sending meaningless gumph that even the daftest consumer wouldn’t dream of responding to, especially when it only takes five minutes for a half decent copywriter to craft a proper one-line marketing message.
Spam email message madness
Email is so cheap it’s almost free. But when your output is this poor, surely it’s completely worthless, a waste of time, energy and effort? Presumably some twit is being paid to create and send this stuff. If I was paying them, I’d be seriously miffed.
Here’s my favourite silly spam message from this morning’s batch:
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That’s good to know. Not.