After one of my clients answered ‘We would be happy to do this, please let us know what you need.’ to the following email I had to inform them that it was simply a ‘nice’ link building spammy email and to avoid it, the lesson is here that you should generally ignore companies and people that you dont know that want to put a link on your website even if they say its an offer at no cost to you!
The email from a leading stag and hen company that was delivered via another domain
Can you help our customers book activities quickly and easily?
Our Company organises thousands of Stag and Hen weekends throughout the UK every year. These Stag and Hen groups tell us that they have difficulty in finding the right activities and booking them.
It is not an area of business that we are currently interested in directly, but as part of a drive to improve our customer reviews and serve them better, we need to recommend these activities to our clients. We offer a complete package to our Stag and Hen groups and providing quality links to relevant business sites is part of this policy.
The ‘Stag and Hen Party Company’ wants to link to your website. Is this something that you might consider? This offer is at no cost, although we do ask for a link from you to us as a mark of reciprocation (we can help with that if required). Your contact details will be on the site so that people can phone you/ email you directly with their bookings!
Email us back with your consent, or any queries.