I know we all receive the unwanted Spam Mail and it can be really horrendous sometimes just knowing that someone has received your e-mail address from cyberspace, or that it was sold by another entity. But, let's take a different approach to Spam Mail.
I have 3 e-mail accounts; 2 business accounts and 1 personal account, and I receive Spam Mail from each and everyone of them. I find it very funny when each one of them stated that by signing up with their e-mail service I will have no Spam Mail. Wrong!
Go to your Spam Mail box, open it and look at the sender and the title of the mail that has been sent to you. Those e-mails that have a sender name and a title specifying an opportunity, open it; take a look at it and read it. Instead of deleting it and sending it to the round file (the trash can), reply to it. Wait before you start thinking negative%u2026
Reply with your opportunity or business. Turn the tables around on the sender. Their opportunity or business may not be something that you would be interested in, however, your opportunity or business may be of some service to the sender%u2026following me so far? You have now turned the Spam Mail into a lead. They may be interested in your opportunity or business, you'll never know. What's good for the goose is good for the gander.
So before hitting the delete button, take a look around at the Spam Mail and see what can and can not be of service to you. Or better yet, how can you be of service to someone else.
Till Next Time
Jeane' Elliott Bennett