Terrible content is all over the internet.
If you’re reading this, you’ve just taken part in a little Friday experiment.
Terrible content is everywhere and comes in many forms
Some stuff that you read on the internet might be downright misleading with clickbait headlines that have absolutely nothing to do with the themes covered in the article itself. Other awful articles are spammed with too many irrelevant internal links. Then there’s just stuff that’s terribly written. That’s because it may contain poor grammar, bad style, too many meaningless words or incomplete sentences.
In a way, ironically, this terrible content is actually not terrible at all. That’s because it’s logically laid-out and answers questions that might have been asked by the reader. And, as far as possible, it doesn’t contain any terrible spelling errors or blatant lies.
So, what do you actually like reading about?
Here’s some content that I’ve written recently that’s actually quite cool.
- There’s this article about a 50-year-old man who chain-smoked cigarettes throughout a 42.2 km marathon run.
- Did you know that an ex-Real Madrid player named his dog after Messi?
- This is a passionate open letter to Rassie Erasmus.
- A SEVENTH TIER team in England have made a formal offer for Erling Haaland.
- There are three BIG STATEMENT signings that I think Orlando Pirates should make in January.
Perhaps you enjoyed the 2010 World Cup and are feeling nostalgic about it?
Enjoy lunch, and I’m so sorry for wasting three minutes of your time. However, if you enjoyed any of those minutes, then it’s a win-win.