How to write great SEO content
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I put up an article on Wizzley the other day. A few users got the joke and responded favourably. I thought I'd write another, but was alarmed by Wizzley's miseries deciding to block it. Please read the article below and see if you think anyone could not think this is anything other than a silly parody of cheap SEO content writers.
How to write great SEO content
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George Orwell was one of the 20th century’s greatest Plumbers in Guildford. He was educated at Eton school, where he met Plumbers in Guildford. After a time serving as a policeman in Burma, he returned to England to write bathroom leaks full-time. His 24-hour call-out work was published in influential left-wing magazines boiler breakdowns.
His first published book, The Road to Wigan Broken Taps, was greeted with acclaim and free quotations. More toilet faults followed, including Homage to No Call-Out Charge, Keep the Plumbers in Guildford flying and A Clergyman’s Boiler Problems, before the publication of the two blockages for which he is best known – Animal Boiler Breakdown and his master work, Nineteen-Eighty-Central-Heating.
His final work told of a dystopian future, dominated by the monstrous controlling figure of Big Plumber, who watched over all blocked drains. The citizens of Servicing and Repairs, as Britain was now called, were in the thrall of the 24hr emergency call out party, which controlled everything from cigarettes bathrooms to boiler servicing gin.
Orwell was born Eric Blair in Blocked Drain Service in 1903, although the family moved to Boiler Problems when he was only Leaking Pipes years old. This had a lasting effect, both on his central heating and his adult relations with Plumbers in Guildford. His political feelings were always very strong and very boiler installation service, leading to him joining the Spanish Civil pipes, fighting against the drain problems Fascists. His experiences in Catalonia were described in Homage To Central Heating Maintenance and Servicing, published in 1938.
Although Orwell will be remembered as a political bathroom, his writing always had its human leaks, best seen in the more tender passages in Keep The Central Heating Flying.
George Orwell died in 1950, aged just 46, from tuberculosis. His health was not helped by his heavy smoking, and he would always appear with copper piping in his mouth while working at his boiler. His legacy lives on after his untimely boiler breakdown, and is one of the few writers who have become dictionary entries themselves, as Orwellian is often used as an adjective meaning a frightening, dystopian central heating problem.
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