Would You Trust This Email?

Would you trust a cold email from a person who addresses you, a sole proprietor as "Team," does not say the name of their own business, does not provide a link to their own website (while claiming they do SEO work), and uses a Gmail address? It's worth it to spend the time crafting an email that establishes your credibility. 


Here is the email:


"Hi vallancourt Team, 

"Hope you are doing well.

"Without wasting your valuable time let me provide you with the reasons for not able to acquire expected online presence. You might consider this irrelevant but believe me; I have a complete analysis report ready with me for your website and needs immediate improvement on some of the major factors mentioned below:

"- Less visibility for many competitive keyword phrases
- Errors that prevent your website from being indexed properly by search engine.
- Unorganized social media accounts.
- Shortage of content based back links.
- Less participation on social media portals.

"We offer several services for your website such as Online Reputation Management, Social Media Optimization, SEO activities among others. We have well experienced Team who can deliver the result as per the expectation without binding our customers with any set up fee or contract, i.e. (NO CONTRACT or NO SET UP FEE).

"Mutually we can work on your website and make sure you get proper returns on investment as providing you with the best possible result will be our main focus.

This e-mail provides you with a glimpse of services which we offered from our company. If you find this interesting, feel free to email/call us for more details about our service, pricing and more…Alternatively you can let us know your best number and time to call you back."

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