Ever wondered who if anyone clicks on spam emails? This graphic gives an interesting snapshot. Of a spambot that sent 35 million emails in 2008...
- 8 million were received (the rest were bouncebacks or sent to non-existent email addresses).
- 10,500 people clicked on the link in the email.
- 28 bought products.
That's a conversion rate of 0.000008% - roughly the same level of success I had in my dating days.
Ever wondered how to get a letter published in the newspaper - particularly News Ltd publications? Try any of these handy templates:
“When is _____ going to do something about _____? This is an outrage and _____ has lost my vote!”
“I’ve never voted ______ before, but after ______ you can be sure I’ll be voting _____ at the next election!”
“Once again _____ has proven that all ______ are _______. When are ordinary _______ going to stand up and do something about this?”
“The recent actions/decision/ruling by _______ is PC gone mad!”
"______ are causing all the problems in this country."
Mention how hardworking you (and hopefully your family) are for bonus points. Use anecdotes in favour of any actual facts. Disparage anyone who has ever set foot on a university campus.
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