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I get a lot of spam somedays at kc web design kent. It’s not so bad on the kc web design kent emails but I have another email address that gets a lot. And I mean a lot! The email address in question has been around for a long time, nearly 15 years, and so it’s obviously got around a bit on the spam lists. Luckily, I use Google for all email and their spam filters are excellent. Most of the time.
The spam emails that seem to get a lot on my kc web design kent address are the SEO type emails and they all seem to originate from gmail addresses. As a website design company in kent you expect a bit of spam but the SEO ones do seem to be coming thick and fast at the moment. Nothing a quick email filter can’t sort out!
Web design quote spam
Today at kc web design kent, I had what I thought was an interesting enquiry about a website design project. It talked about a new website design that they wanted to adapt and about using html5, responsive web design, good design budgets, etc and it all seemed well and good. I clicked on a few links that took me to the site in question (a web design template site) and another one that went to a website that they wanted their website design to look like. This link seemed to redirect a few times and end up at templatemonster.com, a well know, and probably the largest, website design template website there is.
It was the redirect that got my attention, and the fact that a web design template site wanted a redesign to look like another web design template site that they were obviously reselling. On closer inspection the links in the email were coded with some kind of mail system so they were being tracked and redirected. I highly suspect that this very clever email was sent purely to make money from clicks to templatemonster.com so if you get a similar email, be very careful.
It’s not very malicious, just a bit clever and devious. Read any email from dreamytemplates with caution.