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Fwd: Best SEO Proposal For You!!




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From: Naveen Ray <all.webside.developer@outlook.com>
Date: 26 July 2016 at 17:48:01 BST
To: "allin.adityakumar@gmail.com" <allin.adityakumar@gmail.com>
Subject: Best SEO Proposal For You!!

Hello and Good Day!

 

My name is Naveen Ray, Marketing Manager for an international marketing company based in India.

 

While studying your website I couldn’t help noticing it lacked any significant ranking in Google - for any of your keywords.

 

As you already suspect, this means your site is virtually invisible to potential customers searching for a supplier in your field.

 

It’s as though you’d made an expensive TV ad and then forgotten to buy any airtime for people to see it!

 

My company can solve this problem for you. We are an ISO 9001 and Google Accredited Company, with over 9 years experience in the field of Search Engine Optimization. We have the expertise to send hundreds, or even thousands, of customers to your website.

 

Make your website visible on Search Engines!!

 

Improve your business website ranking!!

 

What this would cost!!

 

 If you’d like to know this information, you’re welcome to write back and ask. I look forward to hearing from you.

 

Best Regards,

Naveen Ray

 

 

Note: We are not spammers and are against spamming of any kind. If you are not interested then you can reply with a simple \"NO\",We will never contact you again.

 



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