Okay, if you’re sick of the topic I’ve been writing about for the last two days, feel free to skip this article with my blessings.  But seriously, I’m almost starting to think I’m on Candid Camera or something.  Or that a quasi-intelligent new life form has emerged, focused on polluting the world with spam but capable of learning, adapting, and evolving from its previous mistakes.

Unbelievably, check out yet another “guest post” solicitation I received today, which I’ve pasted in below.  And while I won’t repeat the same preachy observations I spouted in my last two articles, I’d challenge all of you out there, just for fun, to send in comments pointing out the numerous ways and reasons in which this latest e-mail — which at first blush appears legitimate — ultimately reveals itself as a phony.  Any thoughts?

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Hello,

Regarding myself, I am Matt Smith from Chicago, USA and a staff writer of AskForEducation.Com and TheOnlineSchools.org. I’m the regular reader of your blog. Just want to say about your articles are “Awesome”.

Anyway, I’m not here for selling my services but I would be interested to provide a guest post for your site exclusively. I have written well-researched articles for your blog and the titles are:

1.    The Top Jobs in US in Recent Times
2.    Best Engineering Careers to Pursue
3.    An Overview of Accounting Field in US
4.    Useful Info Looking Medical assisting online Schools

I as a professional blogger/writer hold dexterity of writing the conspicuous content hitting multiple niches, which include: education, entertainment, business, marketing, finance, management and others.

Nevertheless, I must underscore that education is my major area of proficiency, so I can certainly produce interest-enticing and reader focused snippets for you. In return, I would request you to provide us only 1 do follow back link from the article.

Some of my previous articles are:

http://www.collegerecruiter.com/blog/2013/07/02/best-careers-for-aspirants-holding-mba-degree
http://www.howtolearn.com/2013/05/college-degrees-offering-excellent-career-prospects
http://www.askforeducation.com/president-obamas-plans-for-education.html

Feel free to offer. Thank you.

Cheers,

Matt Smith