How do you deal with annoying unsolicited SEO requests to your blog?
Every week I get the same copy and paste emails saying 'We can increase rankings of your website in search engines. Please reply back for more details.' if you get the same do you reply or hit delete. Its so annoying.
I download all contact form messages using Thunderbird (email client) which has good spam filter. You can manually set up what messages you consider to be spam so all of these SEO offers can be easily filtered.
ofcourse delete it. With all the changes happening in Google, SEO companies are trying to take advantage and make money.
Thanks for your answer wbapartner. The emails I get are not from seo companies but individuals using generic copy and paste text and emails. I wouldn't reply back to do business with them, but I am tempted to write back to tell them off frankly
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