Why Do I Get Click Spam Emails?

Why Do I Get Click Spam Emails?
Spammers are people too. They have monetary needs like everyone else from a purse snatcher to a kidnapper. They act in a way that has become an annoyance to millions of people. It is estimated that 80% of the email traffic that is received around the world is spam. That is a lot. It cripples the internet, and wastes millions of business dollars, and lots of time.
As a business owner, your page is an extension of your brand. When spammers post rubbish on your wall, you need to act quickly to remove it and ban the person who posted it from being able to post again. No one wants to visit a page and see that spammers have attacked the wall and the owner of the page has done nothing to remove it.
Becoming a spammer takes tons of research; I mean to be a real good spammer making $50,000 to $100,000 per year. You have to find the proper software and that software is not mentioned or listed anywhere a Google spider can access. This spam program exists only on the Invisible Web; underground websites that cannot be accessed unless the URL address is directly typed, and have no trace of their existence with the visible world. In fact, even if I told you the name of the software, you would not be able to find it online, no search results would appear and the company that developed it doesn’t even have a web address. A quick note, there is a difference between Google/Yahoo knowing you exist and not indexing you, and them not knowing you exist completely. That is where this invisible web lies, in the unknown, uncharted waters.
That means that a spammer has the potential to make $5250 to $37,500 for that batch of 1 million emails. Now the reality of it is that big dogs in spamming are making from $5,000 to $100,000 a week and sending out 20 to 40 million emails a week.