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SOMA office space + traffic to your prototype site (craigslist.org)
6 points by bizdeveloper on Apr 26, 2007 | hide | past | web | favorite | 6 comments

That is really, really weird. Equity in return for Digg-spamming, or something like that. The thing is, how could you even be sure the traffic was real? Could be a botnet; how would you know?

What's most interesting is they ask what your revenue goals are. Does that mean in addition to spamming your site with traffic they'll click on some ads too?

Sounds like a disaster if you ask me.

Ha, I'll apply with a fake paid membership site. At $25/yr, the 100,000 registrations they guarantee will make me an instant millionaire!

I have an even better deal for you. Since you're working out of your apartment and don't need the office space, I'll let you use my spam bot registers and will give you 200,000 fake registrations in exchange for your all your brilliant ideas.

I hope no one here is desperate enough for free office space to send their ideas to an anonymous craigslist poster. Too bad there isn't a requirement for users here to post at least x number of real comments before being able to spam the site.

Anyone care to go undercover and unmask them? :-)

This is ridiculous!

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