Are SPAM and popups actually effective marketing tactics?
I mean really, when you see a pop up what's you first reaction? Certaintly it's not, "Oh, let me click on this here advertisement and I might actually get something worth the time." Or how about spam in you e-mail inbox, "Free money $250, 000 doing nothing!!! Reply now!!!" I mean you know it's a scam. Which brings me to question, do people actually think this *****'ll work? Do marketing companies really think that people'll respond to these messages? I just checked my yahoo address and I had over a hundred spam messages (of course in the spam box). And there where times when I had about eight-hundred or so. Anyway, what's you input? . . .