Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Crap Not To Do In Your Marketing Campaign: Use Terms Like "Bonkers"

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"Are you bonkers?"
This is how an email I received recently from someone trying to sell me on a system (which is probably a scam) began.

I'm sorry, but I've got to ask…

Are you bonkers??

I don't mean to cause offence…

But I've told you about this huge $70 BILLION 'viral cash' event before and you HAVEN'T taken action to get involved (despite the free nature of this).

Now, fair enough if you're not interested in using a 'Viral Cash App' that can automate your stay-at-home lifestyle, banking you huge piles of moolah like this…

Yes, that's $799.51 in a single day…

But I get it… not everyone can be 'bothered' to take 30 minutes to set this up (despite it's pretty much 'autopilot' after that)...

If that's you and you can't be bothered, you'll probably want to unsubscribe from my emails.

I mean, my mission goal here is to bring you opps that help you break out of the 9-5, slave-wage mindset and start making an automated, 'set-and-forget' income from home...

And this isn't the 'golden ticket' for that... this is the 'DIAMOND TICKET'.

Don't hang about… hit that link above and give it a try.

And before you ask...

This has NOTHING to do with bitcoin or cryptos…

NOTHING to do with paid advertising...

And NOTHING to do with taking boring surveys…

This is something new and completely different.

In fact, I think the secret behind it could shock you...

Click here to see how the 'Viral Cash App' can return you $799.51 in a single day now.

Best wishes,

Simon Sultana


Here was my reply when asked why I was unsubscribing from this individual's mailing list:

Dude, using terms like "bonkers" is incredibly rude and insensitive. As it happens, I am disabled and have three mental health diagnoses on top of all the physical ones. Not exactly the best way to do business. I hope you develop a modicum of sensitivity for people who may be struggling in ways you can't possibly understand.

A closing thought:
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

A second closing thought:
I may or may not be "bonkers." But you're definitely a joker.

~Cie~


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