email via the unknown

Do you really know how your email address is getting passed around?

Whenever you use a search engine web site submission service (and there are a lot of free ones out there) you enter your web site and email details to one web page and all of a sudden your email address has been published to 300 web services.

Many web services don’t or won’t share your email address (and other) private details, but this is a case where you just don’t appreciate the full extent of how widely your email address will be sent in the click of a button.

Now thankfully, using a permanently encoded wumber for your submission, it doesn’t really matter. A wumber generated using the wumber IE add-on will only work for the first site, the site that started the submission process, and you will be required to enter a new wumber for each of the search engines that you want to list your web site with. This process is made very simple and easy using the wumber IE add-on.

For more information about wumber or the wumber IE Add-on.

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