Kim_Ward wrote: Shelley wrote:
Kim_Ward wrote: trollish.
I have no issue talking about it, but I'm not going off topic on any issues you have with
me making my point about scam.com Shelley. Moving on...
You seem a little touchy tonight Kim. Is everything OK?
Everything is great Shelley thanks for asking! Seems like you're confusing being direct with being touchy.
Hope all is well with you too, have a wonderful night.
I'm not confused. They are often the same thing. I should know.
I'm glad things are well with you.
And back to the topic at hand.
The power of Google, and using scam.com for marketing, or using scam in a domain name... It appears that, in the long run, the biggest proponents of using scam.com to promote mlm because it showed up in Google, well that didn't end so well for them.
I think there was another point made at the time. That was HOW you come across using your chosen marketing technique is every bit as important as what keywords you use, and which venue you choose.
I don't think that Scott choosing CompanyXXXscam.com means that he is implying that companyXXX is a scam simply by the choice of his domain name. Any marketing campaign can succeed or fail based on the content and manner of presentation.