Call me naive, but I'm dismayed to discover that it reads your email and advertises to you according to what you communicate about. I mentioned Rebecca Fine, Wallace Wattles, and "The Science of Getting Rich" in passing in an email to roseambr and here's what the sidebar looked like when I next looked:
Make $18,000 in One Day?
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What Law of Attraction?
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Audio Book plus Additional Personal Development Bonuses
...and so on.
So I sent this to myself at another address:
Text: I'm so happy to know you've found someone. I wish I could get a date! I'd like to meet a nice man, someone who likes the same kinds of things I do, and settle down. I've heard that online dating can be effective, but you're honestly the only person I know who has had success with it. Let me know what dating service you were using and how it all works.
Here's what my sidebar looks like now:
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Don’t Go Here Unless You’re Serious About Understanding Men!
Free Teen Dating Site
Browse Profiles and Make Your Own. Find a Local Hottie. Totally Free!
Public Relations Mgmt.
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That's just creepy.