Are you getting sketchy emails promising things like “low-cost SEO” that sound too good to be true? Well, they probably are.
While SEO is very important to marketing your business, and SEO itself is NOT a scam or spam, just like any industry, there are some shady characters and bad actors who send out these SEO scam emails. I’m this video I’m going to show you a few examples of SEO spam emails I received recently so you know what to look for AND I’ll give you some tips for how to identify legitimate SEO service providers.
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Hi! I’m Mallory Whitfield. I work with product-based creative business owners who want to learn how to strategically market their business so that they can reach more customers and be more profitable.
I started my first handmade business way back in 2004, and along the way, I taught myself all about digital marketing and how to run a business. I learned marketing the hard way, making a LOT of mistakes along the way.
In 2014, I switched to a full-time career in digital marketing. Since then, I’ve worked with hundreds of artists, creative entrepreneurs, and small businesses, teaching workshops on SEO, e-commerce, blogging, social media & email marketing at events like Craftcation and New Orleans Entrepreneur Week. As Adjunct Professor at Tulane University’s School of Professional Advancement, I taught & developed classes on Digital Media Principles & Strategy and Creating Digital Content.
I learned so much the hard way. Now I’m passionate about helping other creative business owners not make the same mistakes I did.