My quick-and-dirty analysis on unsolicited sales pitches that I get on a regular basis. What’s not to like here?
Not always on a monthly basis, sometimes more frequent, sometimes more infrequent.
Can I confuse you even more?
Hi Greg -- I lead operations at Confusion Inc, an AI technology company helping payers improve decision-making and reduce waste....Read More
I’d like to meet with you tomorrow to discuss something that makes no sense
Hi Greg, We are delighted to share that our director – [name removed] is currently in Denver area. I would...Read More
We have a relationship???
Greg, I hope this email finds you well. I wanted to reach out and introduce myself as your point of...Read More
No, I’m the one who is sorry
Subject: Truly Sorry for Sending You this Email Hi Greg, It feels hypocritical sending you an email about our platform, because our...Read More
FOMO – not unless you really invoke fear
Hi Greg, FOMO – Fear Of Missing Out – anxiety that a highly relevant event is happening elsewhere with everyone...Read More
I will spam you until you ask me not to
So a problem here is that the expectation is I will need to issue a "cease and desist" otherwise I...Read More
You’re Not Welcome
On Thu, Jun 27, 2019 at 7:19 am, [Sales Guy] wrote: Hi Greg, I realize you're busy because we still...Read More
Was this meant for me?
Hi Greg, As we continue planning for 2019, it has been become obvious that our Marketing initiatives will directly impact...Read More
Are we “on track”? It’s only January 9th
Hi Greg, Are you on track this year to reach your top line revenue targets? Is creating Custom Thought Leadership...Read More