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6 thoughts on “Telegraph’s going all out for the search engine traffic then”

  1. Sadly I don’t get any at all as Google refuses to index this site for a reason I’ve not been able to work out.

  2. There was a time when a certain blogger was running SEO blogs targeting celebrities iirc 😮

    My conspiracy theory is that he is being paid by the Guardian.

  3. They have Black Friday sales in the UK? Is it the day after a major holiday, as it is in the USA? If not, why is the fourth Friday in November chosen for this special day?

  4. It does sound mad, doesn’t it ZT. And it’s much more of a thing in the media than in real life. But the honest answer is that we all see it when shopping online and the real world shops feel they have to follow suit.

    Thankfully, we UKians haven’t succumbed to inedible turkey and pumpkin pie yet, but give it a few more years.

  5. “Thankfully, we UKians haven’t succumbed to inedible turkey and pumpkin pie yet, but give it a few more years.”

    It sounds like you need a better cook in the kitchen then.

    The bigger question is why you’d want to adopt a holiday that has become all about generating a cyclical shopping mess that has to have huge negative consequences for the retailers?

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