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October 1, 2006

Top Sites

Here at [Name_of_the_site] we strive to deliver the best information for our visitors. Our large selection of high-quality links and our proprietary algorithms guarantee the best results for your queries. Didn't find what you were looking for at your favorite search engine? At [Name_of_the_site] you'll find [Number_of_search_results] search results obtained with our revolutionary technology SiteScraping Plus.

We also help you find the best deals on the biggest selection of products from all of the top-rated stores. We dilute search engine results and balance the growing list of high-quality sites.

[Name_of_the_site] is a part of [Name_of_the_company] Network. Most search engines are afraid of the competition and remove our sites from the index, forcing us to buy ads from them. But we do anything for our visitors and their satisfaction. This made for a sense of being connected in a very positive way with them.

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7 comments:

  1. I can't quite describe the tone you used in my own words (the best I can come up with is "cold humor") but I like it.

    Those sites ought to burn.

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  2. it's not their fault; when you come across one you can easily click back. Blame Google for allowing these MFAs to rank in the first place, and worsening the online experience for those less familiar with the internet...

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  3. A good place where you can find sites like these is adsblacklist.com .

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  4. Excellent article, gives you an inside view.

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  5. Like the video Alex and more info to share?

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  6. Hmmm,
    I understood very little from the texts.

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