eparadise-india.com SEO Spammers
I have received numerous spam emails from Kate Brown of eparadise-india.com, offering SEO services. The emails seem to pluck information out of thin air and eparadise-india.com hope that some of the thousands of SEO spam emails that they send out, reach some poor gullible fools that will part with their money, not knowing what they are talking about!
Here is one of the emails that Kate Brown of eparadise-india.com sent me today:
Subject: Seo for your website
From: SEO For Your Website [email@example.com]
Dear Webmaster !
Were you aware that you are paying every time, Google advertisement is clicked? That hurts! I know, as many of my clients have shared this frustration when I first talked to them about how to drive more quality prospects to their sites - without paying Google and others another penny. (an out and out, complete and utter lie! and don’t use and never have used adwords)
We thought you might like to know some of the reasons why you are not yet getting enough organic (non-paid for) search engine traffic for your site.
1. Your home page rank is 0 which can be brought to the Google’s ranking list. (Wrong eparadise-india ! PR of the homepage is PR3)
2. Your site map is not available. (Yes it is) Try to patronize the pages those you must target to the search engines and provide them with sitemap files. In future you can delete the un-necessary pages from domain. In long run this will have a positive impact on your site. (What?)
3. Open directory listing is not available. (Yes it is)
4. Your site has a canonical issue. Don’t make half of your links to home page and another half to other page access of your un-necessary pages. (No it doesn’t!)
5 Search Engines like clean and static IPs. Don’t go for a Reverse IP, go for a dedicated IP. (We don’t have a reverse IP!)
I would like to talk with you about how you should be winning new business from the search engines, without paying Google, Yahoo, or MSN (Do you mean Bing?) a penny.
If you can stomach more bad news about what your site needs, and are curious to know what our working together would involve, then I would be glad to provide you with further detailed analysis in the form of a SEO SITE REPORT - FREE OF CHARGE. I would first need to know that you are serious about using our services, as the report would involve several hours of our research.
These all are important SEO strategies for website promotion. Not only quality but also affordability of our service is a reason for our popularity. We assure you of affordable and value-driven SEO service. We have already achieved top ranking for Gift related keywords in Google (this is an interesting one, see below). Please, log on to http://www.eparadise-india.com for more details.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Mobile : +91 9831149600
Tel : +91 33 32579346
UK : +44 020 3287 6095
USA : +1 347 448 5273
Fax : +91 33 24417753
msn : firstname.lastname@example.org
yahoo : pramod12ka4
skype : eparadiseindia
Website : eparadise-india.com/
P.S. This is an advertisement and a promotional mail strictly on the guidelines of CAN-SPAM act of 2003 . We have clearly mentioned the source mail-id of this mail, also clearly mentioned the subject lines and they are in no way misleading in any form. We have found your mail address through our own efforts on the web search and not through any illegal way. If you find this mail unsolicited, please reply with “Remove” in the subject line and we will take care that you do not receive any further promotional mail.
A1 Gifts Search Terms
The Gift terms that eparadise-india.com claim on their site are for a1 gifts, a company that we helped back in May 2008. I still have the reports and we achieved many of the terms they are claiming - I still have the reports and the ranking figures! In fact, the last report that I kept saw terms such as christening gifts at number 7 (now 8), valentines gifts at number 4 (now 30) ….. I could go on. Basically, the terms that eparadise-india are claiming were achieved a long time ago and not by them.
To be fair, I don’t know what happened in the interim period. The company may have tried something silly and lost their terms and eparadise-india.com pulled them back in line, but if their accuracy in the email that they sent me is anything to go by, I very much doubt it.
If you receive SEO email spam from Katy Brown, Walt or any of the other made-up-names at eparadise-india.com, don’t be taken in by their out-and-out lies, as per their email to me above - find an SEO company that doesn’t have to rely on misleading spam emails to find their business!