I get email’s like this almost every day. Most get funneled straight to the cyber trash can. For whatever reason, I read this one and felt compelled to respond…
Here’s my response:
“1. Social profile is not available in top Social Media websites.“
Silly me. Here I thought having 11,799 Twitter followers, 3,452 Facebook friends and being “circled” by 2,836 people on Google+ put me in the “top Social Media websites”. I do need to work on MySpace, I only have three friends there. I think they are all 14 years old.
“2. Your SEO score is 54%. We can bring it to 100% by implementing on and off-page factors which will fetch better results in major search engines.“
SEO score? Is 54% like an “F”? That 54% has me on Page 1 of Google results for the search term “Phoenix Real Estate” which is a pretty competitive search term. Yesterday, 3,946 people visited my site from organic searches on Google. But yesterday was Valentine’s Day, and you know how holidays affect site traffic. 91 people visited from Bing. Stupid Bing.
“3. Your site has 15 Google back links, this can be improved further.“
Is this according to the same site that gave me an F in “SEO score”? According to Google’s Webmater Tools, I have 91,889 back links.
“There are many additional improvements that could be made to your website…“
No doubt! It’s a constant freaking battle, isn’t it?
“PS2: I found your site from online advertising but did not click.“
I’d love to know where that “online advertising” is, as I’ve never spent a dime on online advertising. I’d like to thank whoever is paying for my ads.
“PS:1: This is onetime email and you may ask us to “REMOVE” you from our mailing list.“
Uhm, if this is a onetime email, then there shouldn’t be a list to be removed from…
Broker / Co-owner
Phoenix Real Estate Guy <– You know, the crappy SEO’d site.