This is a great example of bad email marketing. The sender tried to personalize the email (to the extreme). I believed it until I looked at the To: and Bcc: fields. Notice that it was not sent just to me? To finish it off, there was no unsubscribe option. Meaning I am stuck on the list unless the sender is kind enough to remove me.
The funny part of the email is that it came from one of the “pro” social marketing. Go figure. As a side note, don’t forget to read my good example of bad webinar mistakes.
Thanks for reading and happy spam blocking,
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