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A Spam, A Scam or Legit?Views: 247
Aug 22, 2006 10:54 pm A Spam, A Scam or Legit?

Nancy Houle TrainingBusinessPros.com


I have to admit, I am happy to delete. I don't get annoyed when I get spammed. I don't get angry when people cold call me and pitch. I don't get frustrated when I'm getting sold to.

In fact, I analyze the spam when I have time (to see what may be working and what doesn't work). I am polite to cold callers because hey, they may be trying to make an honest living. You never know! And I don't mind a good pitch...in fact I can always learn from a good pitch.

But, I think the definition of Spam is getting wider. And I think the line between Legitimate business advertising and promotion methods and Scammers is getting smaller.

So, as the definition of Spam grows in the consumer mind, or in the business community mind, it's getting harder and harder to navigate the boundaries.

Therefore, I'd like to tell my clients what the "percieved definitions" of spams and scams are. Please post your thoughts here!

Thanks
Nancy Houle
www.trainingbusinesspros.com






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