The misfuelling prevention device

Petrol in diesel misfuel – hello search engines

Grab the wrong nozzle and pump petrol in diesel tank

Don’t pump petrol in diesel vehicle’s tank.

We are pleased to have received flattering comments about the Diesel Head website since it went live but the quest to be found via search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo etc is never ending.  A large part of the process is down to content but there is an element of looking to consider and second-guess the terms prospective visitors may enter, with particular consideration to spelling.

Misfuel or missfuel?

An example of this relates to petrol in diesel misfuel.  Would the potential visitor to the site enter misfuel or could it be missfuel? The iterations are finite but, nonetheless, there are verb tenses to be considered too. Thus, we can arrive at: misfuels, missfuels, misfueling, missfueling, misfuelling, missfuelling, misfueled, misfuelled, missfueled or missfuelled. What about if the term misfuel or missfuel is not used as a verb but along the lines of misfuel device? Or missfuel device, misfuel product, misfuel invention?

Petrol in diesel?

Misfueled or missfueled - petrol in a diesel carThen we move into the realms of what might be entered if the visitor is unfamiliar with the word misfuel and so describes the event as, possibly, petrol in diesel tank? The permutations around that simple phrase could play out along lines of petrol in diesel; petrol in a diesel; petrol in a diesel car; petrol in a diesel engine; petrol in a diesel vehicle and so on.  The search term could also omit the indefinite article and so be petrol in diesel car, petrol in diesel engine, petrol in diesel vehicle.  There again, the motorists who have misfuelled or are looking to act to prevent a misfuel may simply opt for a phrase like wrong fuel?

Diesel Head misfuel device stops motorist error of petrol in diesel vehicle tanks

Diesel Head Misfuel Prevention Device

Petrol in diesel misfuel prevention

If only there was a simple, one size fits all solution, rather like the Diesel Head Misfuel Prevention Device https://www.dieselhead.co.uk/.  Having said that, we can hear the SEO people shouting at us that they have other strategies to deploy and so we look forward to sitting down with them about these tactics. Meanwhile, we hope the content of the site remains readable and addresses the concerns of diesel vehicle drivers who visit this site in bid to learn about petrol in diesel misfuel incidents.

 

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