So…I’m looking for articles on how to remove and reinstall a prefabricated fiberglass shower stall, without demolishing same.
It’s a long story…involves camping, a maniac labrador retriever, a kind-hearted petsitter, a suspicious toilet, and about 9.5 months of stress…
Anyway…either the above procedure has never been done before, or it’s never been documented on the Internet.
After umpteen million keyword variants on “reinstall prefab shower stall”, I became desperate, and started drifting further down in the search results.
The deeper I got, the more “SEO spam” (or Spamtent ™) I came across.
Always a pet peeve of mine, Spamtent ™ refers to those perfectly matched search results that, after opening them, turn out to contain five hundred cleverly phrased variants of your search keywords. The point is to drive more people to the web site connected to the Spamtent ™.
If you want a great example, try searching Google for the exact name of any application running on your Windows desktop. The first dozen results will mention your file name, and absolutely nothing useful about what to do with said application.
After pulling my hair out trying to find ANY way to do the above, I started finding more and more awkwardly titled articles that couldn’t possibly have made sense to folks familiar with plumbing, remodelling or…say, English as a 1st, 2nd or 3rd language. Here are a few examples:
A little closer look into the third article revealed these little nuggets:
- Whether it is unlevel, shims can be utilized to degree it out.
- Before eradicating the old stall, you should definitely shut off the water supply strains
- An one piece, prefabricated bathe unit can be bought at any dwelling improvement store.
“Dwelling improvement store”?
So here’s the point…it seems that more often than not, while looking for real useful information on the Internet (say, “how to get through what’s going to be a hernia-inducing project in one piece”), what I find are completely useless articles written by robots, for (search) robots.
It’s enough to make me ask my friends for help.