Marks asks himself why there´s no „candy-spam“:
For example, if you make more money selling candy than imaginary drugs, you’d expect in time to get more candy spam and fewer fake drug ads.Why don’t we have spam for hit music? Everyone likes music. Why don’t we have spam for cleaning products? Everyone has dirty dishes.
I personally don´t think that „spam“ itself could be better or worse (it´s a negotiation in itself) but it would be interesting to compare the conversion rates 😉