Do You Need a Break from SEO?

Sep 12, 2007 - 8:30 am 0 by

Don't drink your coffee when you read this.

Matt McGee, jokester or teddy bear of SEO (so they say), has written a hilarious list of the top 21 signs that you need a break from SEO.

A sampling:

6.) You’re filling out a registration form for your child, and when it asks for Emergency Contact, you put Matt Cutts. For Relationship, you put “I commented on his blog once.”

8.) As you arrive at your vacation destination — a gorgeous, beachside hotel in Honolulu — a pretty, young lady greets you. This is heaven, you think to yourself. She puts a lai around your neck and says “Mahalo!” You punch her.

16.) The nurse tells you and your spouse that you’re going to have twins. You secretly hope they’re not identical. You know … duplicate content issues.

Funny stuff. Matt made me laugh; can you relate? (I hope you can. If not, subscribe to the blogs he's linked to!)

Apparently all the Sphinners like it, and discussion continues there.


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