Is This The WORST Website You Will EVER See ?

‘The Development of Men’s Swimsuits and It’s Really Ample Assortments’ … That is, you’ll agree, one hell of a title … it is certainly designed to make you look twice (certainly caused me something of a double take when it was brought to my attention by a Minion) … and to make you investigate further, if only to find out what is going on … (in that respect, you could say it was actually quite good) so you click though and … it absolutely falls flat on its face.

First of all you are greeted with everything in a shade of pink I was actually unaware even existed, and has, for some otherworldly reason a picture of a kitten at the top … but it doesn’t stop there…

The written content is utter rubbish, and by that I don’t mean it’s not well written or the content is poor – it actually is utter rubbish … it’s a piece of text that has been force fed to an ‘article spinner’ (a not so clever piece of software that will take a piece of text and change a significant word here and there to give you a ‘new’ piece of writing) so many times any semblance to coherence has been long lost…

True, there are some randomly dumped keywords in an SEO graveyard of a right hand column, and links to a couple of products that (thankfully) have nothing to do with men’s swim wear, or heaven forbid, kittens. What you’re actually left with is some non relevant drivel of the type that provides Google with the excuse to change their rules every five minutes and make life difficult for the rest of us.

Sites like these were originally created to be content poor, but keyword friendly to get loads of traffic and then make a few pennies for the creators from the advertising as people clicked on anything to get away – but here, even the two spots for banner ads are left empty, so I can see no purpose at all for this website at all, other than to stand as a glaring example of exactly how not to do it…

To see the website in question for yourself, you’ll find it here:

http://www.thinkingspace.info/the-development-of-mens-swimsuits-and-its-really-ample-assortments/

Of course, the first thing I would say is don’t ever build a website like that, and the second … once you have gone to the effort to try and get people to your site … give them something worth their time – or you are not going to make the type of impression that will make people want to trust you with their details, then build the type relationship that will turn them into customers … in fact you’re more likely to have them clicking away, never to return…

Until Next Time,


Tim Lowe
Publisher, Tim’s Business Lowe Down

Tim Lowe