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I recently sent you an email regarding our company and providing Web Results. Let me know if you are interested and we can discuss this further.
I look forward to your response.
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2018 1:47 PM
Subject: Web Results
Hope you are doing well.
My name is Rachael and I work for a Search Marketing company.
I was doing some research on your industry and see your website. Thing is I had a look at some of the other businesses who are currently ranked on Page 1 and I truly believe you have a better website and a better brand and we can make better position on web for you.
Long story short, I have created a Web-Page Analysis of Your Website which addresses all of the technical and web errors on your website.
I am happy to send you this Web Page Analysis of Your Website FREE.
All I want is the opportunity to call you and discuss for your website in greater detail.
What do you think?
Can we schedule an meeting with you or can call you?
PS: - If you are not interested in our services then please respond and remove, I will sure remove your details in next 24 hour.
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