Can Contact Station Really Reduce Spam?
I don't know about you, but I absolutely hate spam.
I mean, when you receive over 200 messages in a day, and 40-50 of them are just garbage about Viagra and Zanox and sex, it's really annoying.
Know what I mean?
I built web pages years ago (well, okay, in like 2002 - but that is years ago) that had my Hotmail address posted on them.
I also tried to use a form mail script, which worked well (once I figured out how to install it) but also opened up my email address to spam.
Did you know that the contact form on your web site is a spammer's favorite place to harvest your address so they can send you all their junk email?
But I didn't know it. And it really meant that my Hotmail address had to go away. Which was fine anyway, because Hotmail has its own annoying set of stuff...but the point was, I didn't really have any way back in 2002 to fix this problem.
So, if you're just getting started with the Internet marketing thing, or even if you've had a site for a while, you really might want to check out this new software that just became available.
It's called My Contact Station. It was developed by a friend of mine named Joel Comm. (For those of you who don't know Joel Comm, he's a New York Times best-selling author and a respected Internet Marketing authority.) What's cool about this Contact Station software he's created is that it is an all-in-one secure website contact solution that solves the email harvesting problem.
It also has a really nice and attractive interface for site visitors.
One other thing that I really like about it (after spending hours trying to install Movable Type and eventually hiring an Elance programmer to fix what I messed up) is that My Contact Station installs easily in a matter of minutes!
The thing about it is that I have no doubt that you will want it the moment you see it. And it's really not expensive, so especially when you see the price, I think you will like it.
If you have a web site, just go check out how you can secure your site from spammers.
Check out Joel Comm's My Contact Station
The My Contact Station affiliate program is also pretty nifty.