I'm constantly amazed how often the spam Louis Vuitton and Converse All-star ads turn up on the Biscuit. Surely Weapons of Mass Destruction no-one falls for this do they? I'm sure it must be as much of a waste of the spammers' time as it is for Newsbiscuiteers?
Surely the spam Louis Vuitton adverts don't actually encourage anyone to buy
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What do you mean? My house is jammed full of these shirts. And fake designer sunglasses. And fake Roleks writwatches. I find the advertisments so pursuasive and so well-written in a clear, incisive and beguiling manner that I find them utterly irresistible.
That's where all my money goes - I am now bankrupt and awaiting the bailiffs. I just hope that that consignment of gold bullion arrives from that nice man in Nigeria in time to save the day.
Ah but think of the joy of trying to make sense of the randomly assembled words contained therein. I can never work out if they are actually trying to sell anything, and if so, what exactly?
Unless it's all a ploy to encourage the sale of private English lessons?
It is perfectly obvious what they are trying to elegany hieroglyphics high tensile sell and with all the newly created espionage testing there is no citadel which allows past stretching. Notwithstanding special measures for golfing holidays are production output quotas which is why we employ John Prescott as our local fedreration allowance advertising copy writer.
Deed poll outlines are often the leading qualifier in the engaging snooker table, and we regularly anticiapte massive selling intrigue go on buy some fake designer sunglasses you know you want to Scunthorpe is the moody precaution for Margaret Thatcher with a diesel engine although on a particuate filter with extra onions. Armchair relaxing doughnuts are persuasive in teddy bears and it's easier to write crap like this than you might think with a newsbiscuit radiator. Touch typing is yellow so who ate all the pies.
The boring answer is that their aim is to trick google into thinking that other websites are linking to their website, therefore it must be important, which is one of the things search engines use to determine how to rank search results. If you place spam links of thousands of forums around the world you might get your website to rise a couple of places on google. People get paid to do it.
Hmm, get paid you say? Titus, we could be on to a winner!
I believe I have the necessary 'rambling' qualities required, my contributions to NB surely back that up!
Nah, I'm better at writing crap than you, as a large number of posts here will demonstrate. You handle the business contracts, I'll produce the inane nonsense (my specilalist subject. By the way, can I interest you in any fake designer metric egg timers?)
"The boring answer is that their aim is to trick google into thinking that other websites are linking to their website ..."
[Boring sensible post alert:]
Thanks for the explanation ianslat - that has solved a long-standing mystery for me!
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