Fooling around in WMT today I found a backlink to one of my sales hubs on buying an air compressor for your workshop. It is a long paragraph, followed by a link to my hub. Some choice quotes from it:
"Air compressors can break down from a inconsequential airbrush compressor to monsters that be lacking a tractor trailer to accommodate them, and true bigness is superior to people with fixed time."
"Buy an oil less compressor unless a very overweight compressor is needed."
"Air compressors are typically piercing tools - will it be utilized in a basement workshop, a garage or distinct erection."
"A wastefully embellishments is very often required to snag the assured grade produced by all compressors."
And more of the same. Now, I would sincerely hope that no hubber would think I wrote this stuff, but my name is at the top!!
It is on a PR n/a site, which means it isn't worth much anyway - should I request that it be taken down? I don't imagine they would have to as it is CLEARLY not a copy, but this thing is horrible!
Well, I'd say anyone who lets an air compressor anywhere near their erection is worthy of a Darwin Award
To me, it looks like a failed translation from another language
Well Good Deal Sir!
Who can deny the value of air compressors in a workshop? Sounds like it must be a top of the line hub on the subject - I'll make a note to self to not compete with you in the air compressor niche!
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