In the name of fair play, I need to do a ‘control’ for the other test I am running. This should minimise people complaining. But who knows? People love to complain.
To increase the chances of this page getting indexed and Google thinking “Wow, the content here is so good”, I should provide something valuable.
So here’s here is OpenAI writing a limerick about an SEO split test:
I was doing an SEO split test
To see which version worked best
But I got so confused
I couldn’t tell which was which
So I just said “Screw it!” and quit
That was pretty bad, wasn’t it?
What about a 200 word horror story about getting your website banned in Google?
“It was a dark and stormy night. The power was out, and the only light came from the flickering candles. You were working on your website, trying to get it just right. But then, you made a mistake. You accidentally used a banned keyword. And Google noticed. They banned your site from their search engine. You tried everything to get it back, but it was no use. Your site was gone, and your business was ruined.”