Aesop Meta Tag Spam
I got this strangely targeted spam today:
Here’s an article I wrote that I think might work well in your
Please let me know if you decide to use it.
New Meta Tag Driving Targeted Traffic to Websites
By Shelley Lowery
The Aesop Meta Tag is a new standard that is dramatically
changing the way we search the Internet. This new Meta
Tag not only returns highly targeted search results, but it
also provides website owners with highly targeted traffic.
The concept is simple. The Aesop Meta Tag provides website
owners with a standardized method of classifying their web
pages into one of six categories. The Search Engine matches
the search terms with appropriate web pages according to
the classification. This enables the Search Engine to return
fast and relevant results for users — while at the same time,
driving highly targeted traffic to the websites.
When classifying a website, webmasters can categorize each
page within their website rather than just one general
classification. This allows for precise targeting not only for
specific search terms, but also for each page of a website.
The new classification categories are as follows:
The “Sales” classification signifies that the purpose of a web
page is to sell a product or service. This includes any web
page that plays a role in the sales process or leads to a sales
page. This classification will provide those selling a product or
service with highly targeted traffic, as the search results will
display a sales icon. This icon will immediately let the user
know that this particular page is selling a product or service.
If they’re in the market to buy, they’ll click through.
[snipped because who wants to read the rest of the thing?]
Anyway, here’s my reply. We’ll see what happens!
Thanks for your article Shelley. You obviously have taken a good look at FreshMeat, because you’ve hit right on the core of what I’m communicating to my readers.
I’m sure they’ll get a lot of pleasure out of your article.
And yeah, I’m being sarcastic. FreshMeat is so completely unrelated it’s barely even funny. Check it out.