SEO Spam Emails ?

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SEO Spam Emails ?
« on: 06-13-2010, 05:22:40 »
Are they increasing or what? are you guys continuously getting them too ? It's like almost every day i'm getting these stupid seo emails telling me they can improve my rankings, and it's really starting to wind me up now ? Any way to stop these muppets ?



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Re: SEO Spam Emails ?
« Reply #1 on: 06-13-2010, 09:13:06 »
Just change your email. Do not place it anywhere on public access.
If you have registered domains, spammers can scan WHOIS services to retrieve your email, so don't make it public there also.

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Re: SEO Spam Emails ?
« Reply #2 on: 06-14-2010, 10:45:10 »
What email service are you using?  Gmail is said to have the worst spam protection, while Hotmail is said to have the best.  That's why I use Hotmail for a lot of the stuff I do online.  Of course, if you have your email address open to the public then that's your own fault and there's nothing you can do.  If it gets really bad you may want to do what the post above me said and just change your email address.

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Re: SEO Spam Emails ?
« Reply #3 on: 06-14-2010, 22:27:50 »
what email you usually use guys?
http://www.realwebseo.com/

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Re: SEO Spam Emails ?
« Reply #4 on: 06-28-2010, 23:56:35 »
What email service are you using?  Gmail is said to have the worst spam protection, while Hotmail is said to have the best.  That's why I use Hotmail for a lot of the stuff I do online.  Of course, if you have your email address open to the public then that's your own fault and there's nothing you can do.  If it gets really bad you may want to do what the post above me said and just change your email address.

I have two hotmail accounts and both were hаcked (and definitely spammed). That’s why I turned to Gmail. I use it for business purposes, as you may know it is impossible not to make the email address public. How can our clients get in touch with us then? Though, gmail itself is not spam free but the protection is way better than other free webmail. Just mark the spam emails as spams and you won’t get them in your inbox anymore. Everytime you get new spam emails, set them to junk/spam email so they will go to the spam box. One may suggest you to have self hosted email or paid email, but I still get spams.

If you just can’t handle your patience anymore, maybe it’s a brutal idea, spam them back. I would love to hear spammers get spammed.


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Re: SEO Spam Emails ?
« Reply #5 on: 06-29-2010, 02:09:51 »
Their is no way to stop spamming.. If your email provider has the option to block spammers then you can do it.. Or you can simple spam them back, this is the only good idea... I have one yahoo account and in only 7days I get like 200 spam emails.. And I can't do anything for this only I can delete it by after some days..

 

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