I think I just received the worst spam email in the history of domaining.
As a domainer, you’ll constantly receive spam from “Alex” and what not but the spam email I just got is literally a work of art.
*So* much fail, here it is (my comments are in bold):
Domain at flip (wtf is a domain at flip?)
Hello, I am Mike,and (free grammar lesson: commas before and/or aren’t necessary) I want to sell the domain name: REMOVED
I am currently offering this domain for sale (ok, ok, I got it, the “I want to sell the domain name” phrase you used in the previous sentence kinda hinted at that). Should your organization, have interest (you really like commas, don’t you?) in acquiring this domain, please feel free to contact me. Make me a offer! (don’t you mean AN offer?)
I believe that this business domain is more useful for your organization (more useful than what?)So, if you are interested in buying this domain please contact me with your price. (umm… you already said that).
Yep, a true work of art.
It’s the first time I’ve ever critiqued a spam email but this one definitely deserves it.
Truly amazing copywriting skills, I’ll go ahead and ask Mike if he has any other domains for sale. After reading such a masterpiece, I want all of them before some of you other shrewd domainers snag his gemsAdvertisement: DomainingServers.com lets you host UNLIMITED domains at $0.98/month and we're putting a LIFETIME money back guarantee on the table (if you're not satisfied, we'll issue a full refund). To place an order, click HERE.