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An interesting and direct infographic from New Scientist reports that spam emails have something like a 0.000008% conversion rate. Seems small, but a single botnet produced $3.5 million dollars worth of sales.
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March 17, 2010 in infographics | Permalink
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I think I read that the conversion rate of spam today is something like 0.00008%, which could be the reason why we are seeing more and more, right? ... The more people to jump "spammer" is the hook spam less information. I do not know, maybe. Just a thought.
Vvs Jon |
April 06, 2011 at 08:38 AM
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