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It goes on in a similar vein.
The gentleman who went through my website must have been very impressed with it to be under the delusion that it was assembled by a "Team."
And he clearly must have got the impression that this blog is already generating some "sales and revenue" because he wants to make my sales and revenue even "better."
He thinks I (sorry I and my Team) are a "business" and wants to analyze our "targeted market." I'm not sure what my (sorry our Team's) targeted market is. People who are a bit quirky and like playing on the water? Potential RS Aero buyers? People who once knew somebody who sailed a Sailfish? I have no idea.
What should I do?
Should I reply saying I am interested in seeing the "complete list of upgrades and improvements" that my (sorry my Team's) site clearly needs.
The rest of the email has a lot of stuff I don't understand about "back links" and "white hat techniques."
And a rather ominous statement that says before they can move on they need to discuss my goals.
Unfortunately I don't have any goals.
I think I might have some cricket stumps somewhere.
I wonder if that would do?
What would Oh Docker do?