Salty Droid: Internet Marketer, Lawyer, Menace, or Maven?

By September 24, 2009Internet Lawyer

salty-droidWho is Salty Droid?

Before answering that question, let’s address the conspiracy theories.

Q: Am I really Salty Droid?

A: No.

Q: Is “Salty Droid” a pseudonym for Ben Mack?

A: Although Ben Mack’s outing of Paulie Sabol did make him a prime candidate, and Ben likes to use multiple personalities online, he is not Salty Droid. If he stopped saying {bleep bloop}, he’d be even less suspicious.

Q: What about Frank Kern or Jason Moffatt?

A: Dude. No way.

Q: Is Salty Droid a law firm client?

A: No.

Q: Do I know who Salty Droid is?

A: Salty Droid appears to be who he claims to be. Read his bio.

With the amount of traffic that Salty Droid’s site is getting, there are a lot of readers in the Internet info product marketing arena. Whether you like or dislike the content, the site is raising awareness of ethical lapses in Internet marketing…and it is apparently being done without monetizing the site or for publicity. Speaking of publicity, the following quote comes to mind:

“Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases.

Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants;

electric light the most efficient policeman.”

– Justice Louis Brandeis

Author Mike Young, Esq.

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