I honestly don’t understand most of this email.
“you’ll be churning (video sales letter) like gangbusters for EPIC results”? Not sure why I keep seeing balloons, hotdogs, and pizza exploding together in my head when reading this sentence.
A word collage in an email is a first for me as well. Maybe I don’t use Google Translate enough.
LE confusing pitch!
Twitter is my favorite platform. Most of my leads come from there.
However, between the auto-DMs and messages from self-proclaimed social media experts / gurus, I understand why so many people are skeptical of its efficiency.
I monitor conversations around my name, because I love interacting with people and build relationships with others.
Below is what I caught today and the ensuing conversation…
She asks the same question to all her new followers. There is nothing else in her timeline.
Then, surprise! I got blocked!
So folks, that’s how you expose a fake social media expert in a couple of steps.
I’m getting tired of all the violence spread around social media. People kill themselves because some like the person below take a malicious pleasure in debasing them.
The last part of my answer is missing. So here it is below:
May I remind you that a bitch is also a female dog? Dogs are nice animals. What do you have against them? Did one bite your head when you were a kid and you cannot get any closure?
“If u want to dance with the Devil bring good shoes……..” – And if you want to communicate with people online, bring a good dictionary and grammar book. And common sense arguments. And punctuation.
“Non vede mecum!!!!!” – It’s “vade” not “vede”. But I like the sentiment.
Have a great weekend. And don’t forget to chill. You obviously need it.
Then, the conversation continues:
This person is obviously very unhappy. Otherwise, they would not feel the need to spew so many hateful words.
However, wishing death on someone? Seriously? After the recent events in the U.S., France, and elsewhere, this is beyond unacceptable.
I’m not angry. That verbal violence just saddens me, especially the derogatory terms used against the LGBT community.
But I guess that’s the way ignorant folks roll.
For a split second, I thought Dory had typed this email. And then, I remembered that she is a fictional character.
More seriously, this is one of the worst pitches I have received so far this year!
NB: Needless to say that the links that spammer shared have NOTHING to do with skin care. lol