Got this email today:
My name is Matilda Thompson, social media manager at Blogdash.com. We’ve been following your blog at http://www.duke.edu for a while now and your writing style is pretty great! I’m willing to bet PR agencies and Brands might find it appealing as well.
So we selected your site to offer you a revenue share partnership. Let me know if you’d be interested in this opportunity and I’ll follow-up with more details!
My response: Gosh, Matilda, thanks for the compliment! It would mean more if the "blog" you identify as admiring were something other than the main Duke University web site. I'll give you credit, Duke does post often, has lots of links, and they do produce some pretty impressive content!
However, if this is the level of care you idiots at BlogDash put into your work, I'd like to try to make sure that no one falls for your spam-phish. So I thought I'd post your email on my ACTUAL blog.
And please don't contact me again. You can contact that "blog" at Duke directly, if you want. Just send an email to IMAmoron@duke.edu, and I'm sure they'll get right back to you.