Unless you’ve been in a cave for the past 10-15 years, you’ve been exposed to massive amounts of spam both online and offline. In the early days of the internet, pop-up ads were very popular, but that is mostly under control today with the technology built into our web browsers. One type of spam that really hasn’t gone away is e-mail. Fortunately, e-mail providers such as Gmail and Hotmail have developed strict spam filters, so that you generally don’t need to deal with it. Even then, however, there’s a ton of spam that you inadvertently opt into, which often doesn’t find its way into your spam folder.
I’m here today to tell you something contrary to everything you’ve learned from your experiences on the internet – spam is good (under certain conditions).
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