No humans are involved in these bot written internet pieces. It's all computer driven including the blog itself. Nothing but fluff trying to sell something.
The computer doesn't even understand that some of the filters are from the same factory with different branding.
The only benefit is that some outfit gets paid for the clicks. You can see these bot written pieces everywhere. They are meaningless.
Exactly correct. The Internet is rampant with this kind of thing, it exists only to get people to click so that advertising can be sold. There is nothing of substance there, at least nothing that has direct traceability back to some sort of direct evaluation. The entity that produced this thing knows nothing about oil filters and this is evidenced by the comments they display.
Yep, the internet is full of these top ten pieces. Top ten places to visit this summer, top ten foods you should grill, and on and on.
Meanwhile someone checks this oil filter link out and discovers, ooooh, Pennzoil makes a filter? I like that yellow color. That would look cool. ðŸ™„ðŸ™„ðŸ¤¦â€â™‚ï¸ That's the audience these pieces are directed at.