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Sam Harries
Father | Husband | SEO consultant freelance | Part-time | Moderator of Reddit's Section | Thoughts my own.
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Sam Harries Sep 19
Replying to @thetafferboy
It only benefits you to spread misinformation with the hope it hits your competitors right? ;)
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Sam Harries Sep 19
hey I have your next marketing campaign sorted. Call me.
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Sam Harries Sep 18
Replying to @LordManley
Which continues to garner me nothing but hate and distaste. True or not - sorry. But I'll probably do it again some time.
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Sam Harries Sep 18
Replying to @LordManley
I do not recall saying that, but its the sort of offensive thing I say without thinking about it.
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David Osler Sep 14
I'm going to cancel Netflix and negotiate with each film producer separately, to get the best deal for me and my family
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🤣Chris Dyson ⬆️💩🤡 Sep 15
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Sam Harries Sep 16
Replying to @LordManley
You'd need to also include pretty much every politician.
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James Allen Sep 15
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @thetafferboy @BBCNews
I feel like some bad SEOs have given them a list of content to write about for SEO purposes or something. I think that about a lot of things
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @thetafferboy
People still bother with this? And the approach, yuck.
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @LordManley
Right, but your study was from The Phillipines, not the UK - so its not even slightly a fair comparison in this.
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @LordManley
Use skyrockets and starvation remains the same = !"marketing it increased its usage, not bad gov policies squeezing the bottom line"
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @LordManley
The only way that fits your narrative is if starvation suddenly decreases in the UK.
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @LordManley
Individual usages of foodbanks in the UK. I don't have the graph for it, but according to Trussel in 2016 it was 1.2 million.
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @LordManley
Philippines. Clearly representative of the UK. Regardless this misses the point - use from lack of other options is dramatically increasing.
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @LordManley
Not the most up to date, but this from Trussel from a few years back - and its only increased since.
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @LordManley
You claim to be backed up by data, but cannot present it. I cannot change my position until then. The data that DOES exist tells a bad story
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @LordManley
What data exists that shows that in the past these people were instead starving - I haven't seen it, please share.
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @DaveBSEO @DeepCrawl
Oh, this is for tomorrow, not tonight? :(
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Sam Harries Sep 14
Replying to @DaveBSEO @DeepCrawl
Wait.... where is this.. wheres my invite? :)
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