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I got your name from your website

From: <pfarmer@iminet.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Nov 1997 17:15:47 -0600
Message-ID: <878750147@grumpy.iminet.com>
To: uri@bunyip.com
I got your name from your website.

I am sending you a quick note to see if you may be interested in adding bulletin boards, databases, surveys, calendars and newsletters to your website that will enhance traffic and keep people coming back to your site? 

I have been browsing websites this week, and yours could be enhanced greatly in seconds. 

I am not talking about software or CGI scripts...I mean you just link to a URL that we assign you, and you're done. Period. We can have you up today with all the interactivity you could ever want. (Check out http://www.currents.com to see a live example)

We are ending a "beta" test period this month, but we have room for about 150 more on one of our servers. If you will just TRY it, I will give it to you free for 30 days. No strings, no gimmicks. 

Just go to http://www.321media.com and go to the order form at the bottom of the page. Put in ID Code "mith3735" so you will not be charged. Also, put 0's across the credit card information so you can't be billed....but fill out everything else. (We anticpate charging a one-time setup fee of $99, but we are not even sure)

 You will get a live website with your passwords sent to you via email within hours.

I hope we're not "out of line" by contacting you this way. Usually, we get "thanked" for critiquing websites and some people consider this "spam". I'm sorry if we've offended, but this is really worth your time.


Peter Farmer
Internet Media, Inc.
Received on Wednesday, 5 November 1997 18:02:32 UTC

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