OMG, Jennie Garth from 90210 fame sent me an email.
In the early 90’s I think I watched every episode of that TV show.
Now, I’m getting what appears to be an email from Jennie saying how she can help me with my website SEO.
WOW…from actress to SEO specialist.
Hmm…but is it really her?
I’ve gotten so many scam emails that it just sounds a bit hinky (that’s slang for weird).
Well…I’ll let you be the judge then.
Hello Website Owner,
My name is Jennie Garth, and I’m a SEO Specialist.
Most of the people share their anger and frustration once they get my email. But let me show you how there is so many bugs (like broken links, pages that returned 4XX status code upon request, images with no ALT text, pages with no meta description tag, not having an unique meta description, having too long title, etc.), found in your website.
I have a large professional team who can fix all the above issues immediately at an affordable price. I guarantee you will see a drastic change in your Google search ranking once these are fixed.
If this is something you are interested in, and then allow me to send you a No Obligation Audit Report.
Waiting for your response!!!
Alisha Willson | Digital Marketing Specialist
Hah, did you catch that last line. I did.
The message starts off as saying her name is Jennie Garth, then it ends with her signing off as “Alisha Willson”.
And who really spells “Willson” with two L’s anyway. Double Hinky!
Seriously, why would any actress with Jennie’s caliber need to email people and offer SEO services?
But, that’s what these scammers do.
They use the names of people from TV, sports, musicians and even, dare I say it, politicians to try to convince you they are real people doing real work.
Unfortunately, it’s just a ruse to get you to reveal information about yourself, your credit card digits or gain access to your website.
All for nefarious reasons.
So, nope…no email from the real Jennie.