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spammy

(ˈspæmɪ)
adj, -mier or -miest
informal bland
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It's never a good idea to send spammy emails to those who haven't opted in, but if you send emails to consumers who have opted in to receive your emails, they'll probably be interested to learn more about your business' products and services and where they can find them.
Because 83 percent of viewers watch online advertisements until they end, online videos are more effective than spammy marketing tactics like email blasts.
Churning and burning out content for all these sites can make your brand appear sales-y or spammy.
After Instagram decided to remove all spammy accounts, celebrities were hard hit as some lost millions of followers.
Now it's back together and I shall frame it and place it on my shelf of fame, alongside the cup I won in a jive competition (circa 1960), the John Creasey Award I received from the Great Britain Crime Writers Association and the Spammy Award I got for writing about .
It's easy to waste time on the website or to build a large network too quickly and get inundated with spammy messages as a result.
Additionally, through Project Spammy, we have the opportunity to make an impact outside of our own communities.
Worse yet, in customers' minds, it gave the impression that we apparently didn't really care about them at all--they were just one in many millions of database entries that we used to churn out spammy messages.
The attack was first noticed when a huge number of users began posting spammy weight-loss links to their Facebook and Twitter pages, AllThingsD reported.
Don't try to trick Google: Stuffing your site with an unnatural amount of keywords will be spotted and the penalties for appearing spammy can be severe - in the worst cases sites can effectively be wiped off the face of the internet.
Numerous online submission providers make great promises but they take recourse to spammy submissions in websites of very little value.