Direct Email Marketing Of Viagra

For any person who uses the internet and email on a regular basis, the spectre of direct email marketing looms large. The vast majority of this form of advertising is classified as spam and is discarded without any further thought being paid to it. One of the groups of products most commonly advertised in these emails is impotence medication. In particular, Viagra, since its name and purpose is typically best known among potential consumers. The emails are not however linked to the Viagra manufactured by Pfizer; generic Viagra is often the product, as is Cialis or Levitra.

The way in which these products are marketed can differ greatly from email to email, depending on the campaign, the promoter and the assumed audience for the marketing material. Unfortunately, while advertising for something like generic Viagra can vary greatly from product to product, it doesn’t often vary. In fact the largest amounts of emails come in one of two forms. The effectiveness of the different forms is debatable, regardless of whether they are compared to each other or any other product advertised through that medium.

The first group of Viagra advertisement emails is composed of those emails which play to a man’s insecurity and vanity. These emails often appear to advocate the use of Viagra or generic versions for situations other than those that Viagra or similar medications would be used for. The majority of emails try to push people who can function perfectly well, sexually, without the drugs to use them anyway. Often a selling point seems to be an alteration in the dimensions of male sexual organs. This can give people false expectations of what will happen if they had make use of Viagra or a generic equivalent.

The second group is one that really deserves to be called spam and that is the one where random sentences and phrases are thrown together to give the impression of interesting content in the email. This then takes people directly into an advertisement for the Viagra, or range of different products that offer similar functions. Before opening, the email can look legitimate as they often seem to be from actual people rather than spam generators. This can lull people into opening them, only to discover the truth. This would not be so bad if so many Viagra emails seem to be accompanied by Trojans or viruses which attack a person’s pc. This is not a reflection of the product being sold, but tarnishes the reputation of the product none the less.

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