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Bienvenido a ‘Sock Data se come tu bocata‘  de 👠💁🏻‍♂️ Training Rosa👩🏼‍🔬💨 en state provincia de city participa en el concurso 🤷🏼‍♀️SEO🙅‍♀️ de 👎🏼SOCK DATA. 👷🏼‍♀️ Sigue leyendo para saber más.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Esta vez no he venido aquí para hablarte de SEO en city, sino para decirte algo… ¡Se acerca el concurso de SEO! Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO].
¿Qué? CONCURSO DE SEO: Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO] en Estado de state Provincia de city.

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Te invito a ver nuestras noticias relacionadas con Sock Data se come tu bocata

La competencia se creó después de una iniciativa en vivo en el canal de YouTube de David Ayala, donde Bryan Giménez y yo hicimos un programa en vivo sobre SEO, marketing y negocios online todos los días durante 20 días seguidos (y eso sigue siendo…). Exacto este texto esta espineado, tratare de mejorarlo.

¿Cuando inicia el concurso de Sock Data en España Estado de state provincia de city?

Lo ideal es empezar el 20 de abril de 2020  durará 20 días y analizar el desempeño del concurso “Sock Data se come tu bocata” en vivo todos los días.

De esta forma revisaremos cada día qué estrategias utilizan los jugadores de Sock Data, qué enlaces se utilizan y todo lo que vemos que ocurre durante la competición.

¿Cómo puedo participar en el concurso “Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO] en Estado de state Provincia de city”?

La participación es GRATUITA y la puede hacer cualquier persona, tenga o no experiencia en posicionamiento web.

La frase que se colocará es “Sock Data se come tu bocata” en Google.es (España) y la frase colocada arriba después de 20 días de la competición ganará.

En socks data se come tu bocata, sólo puedes participar desde sitios web de tu propio dominio, ya sean nuevos o antiguos… Estamos hablando de SEO, si luchas en SERP, tendrás que enfrentarte a todos los desafíos. No olvides que no se trata de que personas con mucha menos autoridad ganen en otras competiciones, sino de estrategias realmente buenas.

La única condición para participar es suscribirse a mi canal de Youtube y a la lista de correo GrowBusinessDay.com.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Mapa del concurso de Sock Data se come tu bocata

El concurso se llevara a cabo en:

  • state
  • Provincia city
  • Latitud lat
  • Longitud long
  • CP zip

 

¿Qué premios habrá “Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO]”?

{El ganador seré yo con esta web con esta web de mas de 40mil post|El ganador del concurso “sock data se come tu bocata” se dará a conocer el 10 de Mayo.]

(lo comprobaremos el 10 de mayo de 2020 desde Zaragoza usando PC y Google Chrome de incógnito) será el que ocupe el lugar más alto bajo el lema “Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO]” y reciba los siguientes premios

  • Una licencia de por vida para el piloto automático SEO (generación de enlaces) de casi 1000
  • saldo de 100 ? en Leolytics.com para la compra de enlaces
  • ¿Saldo 100? En Youdot.io por comprar dominios expirados.
  • SEMrush Guru cuenta por un mes (por valor de casi 200 ?).
  • Hospedar a L de Webempres durante un año, con 10 GB de espacio en disco
  • mes con 10 poderes de ProxySEO.es (ideal para usar con el Piloto Automático SEO)
  • acceso a la formación general de SEO Pink (por valor de 247 ?)
  • dos meses de acceso a la comunidad del Equipo Platino
  • Análisis, gestión y creación de campañas publicitarias a través de Fluox Networking -Facebook
  • Una copia de revisión de Cruz Iniesta
  • GrowBusinessDay embalaje de regalo (camiseta, taza, etc.) con unpoquet
  • Tal vez un proyecto con SockData y David Ayala.
  • Entrevista en vivo en el canal de David Ayala en YouTube.
  • Inteligencia en el blog de David Ayala

También habrá un segundo premio, no al que quede en segundo lugar, sino a una persona que, en nuestra opinión, tenga una mejor estrategia o haya trabajado más duro, sin importar si está en las páginas 1, 2, 3… Así que… ¡No tienes excusa para participar! Pero este premio será una sorpresa hasta que la competencia termine.

Intentaremos añadir nuevos premios de otras marcas continuando la competición.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

¿Has visto qué regalos tan geniales le damos al ganador un piquete?
¿A qué esperas para presentar a Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO]?
¿A qué esperas para presentar a Sock Data si vienes aquí bocata? Toda la información sobre el concurso se puede encontrar AQUÍ.

No te pierdas la observación diaria del partido a las 6:00 pm en mi canal de YouTube.

También es posible que participemos en la competición. Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO] en Estado de state Provincia de city para darle un poco más de vida, pero como tiene sentido, no decidimos ser ganadores del concurso.

BASES DEL CONCURSO

  • Inscribete al canal de YouTube de David Ayala
  • Agregate en la lista de suscriptores de GrowBusinessDay.com
  • Todo esto es totalmente gratuito
  • Podrá participar cualquier persona
  • Debes de Tener un formulario de contacto o un email
  • La duración será de 20 días (Del 20 de abril al 10 de Mayo 2020))
  • Finalizará el día 10 de mayo 2020 a las 12:00 horas de Madrid (España).
  • El dominio con el que participes deberá de ser tuyo
  • Para comprobar el resultado y por lo tanto el ganador, se hará comprobación a las 12:00 horas (hora Madrid – España) por una persona de la organización situada en la ciudad de Zaragoza

PREMIOS DEL CONCURSO SOCK DATA SE COME TU BOCATA.

  • Licencia lifetime de SEO Autopilot (generación de enlaces) valorada en casi 1000€
  • Saldo de 100€ en Leolytics.com para compra de enlaces
  • Saldo de 100€ en Youdot.io para compra de dominios expirados
  • Un mes de 10 proxys de ProxySEO.es
  • Acceso al curso Training Rosa de SEO general
  • Dos meses de acceso a la comunidad Team Platino
  • Pack de análisis, gestión y creación de campaña de Facebook Ads por parte de Fluox Networking
  • Auditoria copy writing por parte de Cruz Iniesta
  • Pack de regalos de GrowBusinessDay
  • Posibilidad de crear un proyecto en conjunto con SockData, David Ayala y Bryan Gimenez
  • Entrevista en directo en el canal de YouTube de David Ayala junto con Bryan Giménez
  • Entrevista en el blog de David Ayala
  • Además, daremos un premio más, y no será al segundo que quede si no al que creamos que ha hecho mejor estrategia y nos guste más, por lo tanto no importa que estés en página 1, 2, 3, etc. Será un premio sorpresa
Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Importante:A continuación encontrarás las bases del concurso oficial, extraída desde https://growbusinessday.com/bases-del-concurso/

👩‍👦‍👦Bases del Concurso SEO: Sock Data se come tu bocata oficial en city. 🌯

1. Quien es el organizador del concurso

Este concurso es organizado por SockData Business SL con NIF B99489882, el cual es propietario del sitio web growbusinessday.com.

En adelante, cuando con refiramos a “concurso SEO” o “el concurso SEO” nos referiremos a este concurso.

2. Condiciones para participar

El concursante, debe de manera obligatoria estar registrado previamente, o registrarse en la lista de suscriptores de GrowBusinessDay.com y suscribirse al canal de YouTube https://www.youtube.com/david-ayala/ para poder participar y de esta manera poder hacer efectivo su derecho a recibir el premio en caso de ser el ganador.

La inscripción y participación es totalmente gratuita y podrá participar cualquier persona, independientemente del lugar de residencia de la misma.

Para poder identificar la titularidad de la web con la que se está participando, será obligatorio tener en la web un formulario de contacto o un email desde el que poder contactar con el propietario para verificarlo en caso de ser necesario, así como para poder comunicarle de su victoria.

3. Cuánto dura el concurso

La duración será de 20 días, dando el comienzo el día 20 de abril de 2020 en el momento de anunciarse en directo en el canal de YouTube de David Ayala y en la web de GrowBusinessDay.com y finalizará el día 10 de mayo 2020 a las 12:00 horas de Madrid (España).

4. Cómo puedo ganar

Para conseguir el premio, los concursantes deben posicionar la palabra clave o frase que se dirá al inicio del concurso. De esta manera se tendrá una igualdad de condiciones para todos los participantes.

Para concursar, deberás utilizar una web de tu propiedad, por lo tanto, deberás poder acreditar que es de tu propiedad. No importa que la web sea nueva o antigua, estamos hablando de SEO, por lo tanto, aquí podrás usar todos los recursos que tengas a tu disposición, como ocurre en cualquier caso real en el que puedas competir en las SERPS. No sirve utilizar subdominios, vídeos, o cualquier otro resultado que no sea una web con dominio propio y de tu propiedad.

Quien posicione la palabra clave o frase en mejor posición en los resultados de búsqueda orgánicos (no en Ads) del buscador Google.es (España) será el ganador y beneficiario de los premios. Para comprobar el resultado y por lo tanto el ganador, se hará comprobación a las 12:00 horas (hora Madrid – España) por una persona de la organización situada en la ciudad de Zaragoza, realizando la búsqueda mediante ordenador y el navegador Google Chrome en modo incógnito. No se aceptarán reclamaciones si otra persona en otra ciudad o incluso en la misma, realiza la búsqueda y le aparece otro resultado diferente debido a la geolocalización o a cualquier otro factor. Por lo tanto, el resultado válido será el comprobado por la organización.

Resumiendo, el ganador será el que coloque un resultado (de una web de su propiedad) en mejor posición en el buscador Google.es (España), con la palabra clave o frase elegida para el concurso, el día 10 de mayo a las 12:00 horas de Madrid (España). Además, el ganador deberá estar obligatoriamente suscrito al canal de YouTube de David Ayala mencionado anteriormente y suscrito a la lista de correo de GrowBusinessDay.com

5. Comunicado al ganador

La identidad del concursante que gane el concurso será revelada públicamente, por lo tanto, si participas debes ser consciente de ello.

Además, se comunicará en el directo de YouTube de ese día a parte de poder comunicarlo en otros medios como GrowBusinessDay.com, Soywebmaster.com, DavidAyala.com y otros medios de nuestra propiedad o asociados.

El ganador del concurso deberá acreditar la titularidad del dominio para poder entregarle los premios.

En caso de no poder localizar al ganador en un plazo de 4 días, o si los premios fueran rechazados por el ganador, la organización se reserva el derecho de otorgar el premio.

Una vez hayamos identificado al ganador y haya aceptado los mismos, el ganador recibirá un email explicando como recibirlos.

6. Ley de protección de datos

La información facilitada para el concurso, será recogida confidencialmente en el fichero de Sockdata Business SL, quedando autorizado el tratamiento de la misma, para el envío de comunicaciones publicitarias y/o promocionales por las páginas web de sus propios productos o de sus dueños y asociados por email.

De igual manera, autorizas por parte de Sockdata Business SL así como de sus socios el envío de comunicaciones publicitarias o promocionales de otras empresas asociadas o con las que Sockdata Business SL pueda firmar acuerdos de colaboración o patrocinadores.

En caso de no estar de acuerdo con el tratamiento de datos puedes contactar mediante el email info@sockdata.com.

También tienes el derecho a acceso a tu información, así como la posibilidad de ejercitar todos tus derechos de acceso, rectificación, cancelación y oposición. El responsable del fichero y de los datos es Sockdata Business SL, pudiendo ejercer sus derechos solicitándolo al email info@sockdata.com o vía correo postal en Plaza España 5 1ºC Zaragoza (50001).

7. Responsabilidades y aceptación de condiciones

La organización se reserva el derecho de acortar, prorrogar, modificar y/o cancelar el concurso si lo cree conveniente o si ocurre algún supuesto especial por el cual no se pueda realizar el concurso.

La organización no será responsable por daños o perjuicios ocurridos a ninguno de los participantes derivados de la participación en el concurso ni por culpa de cualquiera del resto de los participantes.

No toleramos acciones de SEO negativo ni que vayan en contra de las páginas web de cualquiera de los competidores.

La organización no se responsabiliza por ningún tipo de afirmación ni difamación de terceras personas.

La organización no se responsabiliza si terceras personas, marcas y/o empresas que estén ofreciendo premios para el ganador terminasen teniendo problemas con los mismos o no se pudiera disfrutar de ellos tal y como era esperado.

En caso de que alguno de los premios se necesite ser enviado vía correo postal se enviará tan solo a direcciones de España por temas de logística (para otros países habrá que revisar tema de envíos y si realmente se puede realizar el envío).

El incumplimiento de cualquiera de las normas y condiciones de este concurso implicará la descalificación del concursante. Si participas debes aceptar todas las normas y condiciones obligatoriamente.

8. Ley aplicable

Nos atenemos a la legislación española y cualquier tipo de reclamación debe enviarse a Plaza España 5 1ºC Zaragoza (50001), antes de los 30 días posteriores de la fecha límite de participación en el concurso.

Cualquier litigio estará sujeto a los tribunales de la ciudad de Zaragoza.

Preguntas frecuentes sobre el concurso Sock Data se come tu bocata de state.

 

 

🤒 ¿Puedo participar con un dominio nuevo?

Sí puedes participar con cualquier tipo de dominio, exceptuando los dominios de terceros tipo youtube o blogspot. Leer bases del concurso.

🚴🏿‍♀️ ¿Cuál es el mejor premio del concurso?

Todos los premios son bastantes buenos, pero los que más resaltan son: La licencia lifetime de SEO Autopilot y crear un proyecto en conjunto con SockData. Leer bases del concurso.

🚣🏻‍♂️

¿Cuándo termina el concurso?

El concurso termina el día 10 de mayo a las 12:00 horas de Madrid (España). Leer bases del concurso.

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¿Cuántos ganadores tendrá el concurso?

En total habrán 2 ganadores del concurso, todos los premios que se mencionan en las bases del concurso son para el primer ganador, pero habrá un segundo lugar con premio sorpresa. Leer bases del concurso.

¿Qué es el SEO en city?

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Para las personas que lleguen a esta web a través de redes sociales como facebook y twitter y no sepan del concurso de qué va esto, decir que SEO son las siglas en inglés de Search Engine Optimization. Que traducido a nuestro idioma quiere decir optimización para los motores de búsqueda. O lo que sería lo mismo, intentar que el contenido de nuestras páginas web le guste tanto a Google como para colocarlas lo más arriba posible en el ranking de posiciones. De ahí viene lo de la palabra ‘rankear

Para ello influyen diferentes factores como el page speed de nuestros sitios webs, la cantidad de veces que actualizamos nuestra página, la estructura de los contenidos y muchas cosas más.

Si quieres aprender un poco más de este mundillo y te interesa bien porque tengas una agencia y quieras dar ese servicio, como si tienes una empresa y necesitas ponerte encima de la competencia o símplemente porque tienes curiosidad, aquí te dejo una guía de seo para principiantes.

🥊 Sock Data se come tu bocata ¿En qué consiste el concurso de state?

El concurso seo que David Ayala realiza para promocionar  ‘Sock Data

Posicionamiento de la palabra clave

El desafío es ser el primero en Google con la contraseña: Sock Data se come tu sándwich.

🤹‍♀️ ¿Qué se necesita para comer ese sándwich en city?👯‍♂️

La participación es completamente gratuita, pero tienes que estar registrado en su canal de YouTube o suscribirte a la lista de correo del GrowBusinessDay. Si ya estás registrado para participar, tienes que hacerlo de nuevo. De lo contrario, aunque ganes el concurso, serás eliminado.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

¿Tienes un dominio propio?

Debes tener un nombre de dominio. No son importantes para los dominios del Blog 2.0 u otras cosas extrañas. Sin embargo, la edad del dominio es completamente irrelevante y puedes competir tanto por los dominios nuevos como por los viejos.

¿Cuánto tiempo tarda un concurso de Sock Data se come tu bocata?

El desafío dura 20 días. Terminará el domingo 10 de mayo de 2020, exactamente al mediodía (hora española).

Curso de Seo local con Sock Data se come tu bocata en city – state

Como el entrenamiento rosa, pero más enfocado en el SEO local.

🦝¿Qué Sock Data se come tu bocata? 💥

Dinorank es una herramienta de SEO desarrollada por Dean Romero a través de su Web Blogger3cero.

Se centra en seo en el sitio con la intención de llevar su tráfico de internet a la cima de las SERPAS de Google y concierne a la gente que se inicia en seo así como a la gente que hace dinero con afiliaciones a través de nichos o incluso agencias y consultores.

Los datos de los calcetines se los comen tus sándwiches – herramienta seo 2020

Lo que Dinorank hace es unificar todas las características que otras herramientas como Sistrix, Screaming Frog, Seolyze y muchas otras hacen, y agruparlas en una herramienta de SEO a un precio bastante asequible. Sólo 19 euros al mes.

Según el decano Romero, Dinorank se refiere tanto a los nichos monetarios de Adsense como a los de Seo-consultores, lo que lo convierte en algo muy especial.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Detección de contenido fino

Esta parte de la herramienta compara los datos de Google Analytics y muestra las páginas que no reciben visitas orgánicas, de modo que puede centrarse en mejorar, eliminar o redirigir esas páginas. Al eliminar o corregir estas URL, Google podrá ver mejor su sitio.

Planes y precios

Aquí hay una tabla con los planos y precios del Dinorank de Dean Romero.

Tiene acceso básico y acceso premium por unos 20 y 35 euros al mes respectivamente.

Según ellos, mucha gente pierde el tiempo comprando enlaces autorizados en periódicos y blogs, olvidando la parte importante: ¡la naturalidad! Lo que enlazalia ofrece es la vinculación a través de estos sitios web gratuitos y artesanales que no son difíciles de conseguir, pero que llevan mucho tiempo. Quieren crear estos enlaces de alta calidad para ti manualmente. ¿Qué piensas de esta idea?

Sock Data se come tu bocata

¿O fue al revés? ¡Mierda! ¡Maldita sea! Y… ¿Un sándwich? ¿Has probado esto antes? Bueno, ya sabes, no puedo esperar, así que gane o no la competición, tenemos que vigilar la herramienta de David Ayala.

El final del sándwich de datos de calcetines…

Como dije al principio, vinimos aquí para participar, pero sobre todo para divertirnos y aprender.

Esta es la primera etapa de la competencia y decidí aceptar este desafío, tal vez haga cambios en esta posición en el futuro. Una pequeña cadena cerca de aquí, un pequeño embrague externo allí… Tomaremos las decisiones correctas.

Dejémoslo así, porque la verdad es que no tengo mucho tiempo para esta carrera. Probablemente no pueda hacer nada de lo que dije sobre las conexiones y otras cosas. Veamos hasta dónde llegamos. ¡Nos vemos en Coslada a las 10 en punto!

Fechas de los calcetines y comer un sándwich.

Poco después, tuvo lugar otra competición, que también nos animó a hacer.

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yo suelo introducir el jamón, luego el queso y por último el chorizo o el salami ( eso va en gustos).
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  • Pan de centeno
  • Jamón
  • Fiambre de chorizo o salami
  • Queso oaxaca

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abrir el pan y meter los ingredientes dentro de la forma que más os guste.
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Yield: 2 Bocata de Sock Data

Calories: 150
Fat: 5g

Bienvenido a ‘Sock Data se come tu bocata‘  de 🥵👩🏻‍🍳 Sock Data🧦🏌🏽‍♀️ en state provincia de city participa en la compeencia 🛷SEO🌛 de ☹️SOCK DATA. 😲 Sigue leyendo para saber más.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Esta vez no he venido aquí para hablarte de SEO en city, sino para decirte algo… ¡Se acerca el concurso de SEO! Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO].
¿Qué? CONCURSO DE SEO: Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO] en Estado de state Provincia de city.

Te invito a ver nuestras noticias relacionadas con Sock Data se come tu bocata

El concurso se creó después de una iniciativa en vivo en el canal de YouTube de David Ayala, donde Bryan Giménez y yo hicimos un programa en vivo sobre SEO, marketing y negocios online todos los días durante 20 días seguidos (y eso sigue siendo…). Exacto este texto esta espineado, prometo mejorarlo.

¿Cuando inicia el concurso de Sock Data en España Estado de state provincia de city?

Lo ideal es empezar el 20 de abril de 2020  durará 20 días y analizar el desempeño del concurso “Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO]” en vivo todos los días.

De esta forma revisaremos cada día qué estrategias utilizan los jugadores de Sock Data, qué enlaces se utilizan y todo lo que vemos que ocurre durante la competición.

¿Cómo puedo participar en el concurso “Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO]”?

La participación es GRATUITA y la puede hacer cualquier persona, tenga o no experiencia en posicionamiento web.

La frase que se colocará es “Sock Data se come tu bocata” en Google.es (España) y la frase colocada arriba después de 20 días de la competición ganará.

En socks data se come tu bocata, sólo puedes participar desde sitios web de tu propio dominio, ya sean nuevos o antiguos… Estamos hablando de SEO, si luchas en SERP, tendrás que enfrentarte a todos los desafíos. No olvides que no se trata de que personas con mucha menos autoridad ganen en otras competiciones, sino de estrategias realmente buenas.

La única condición para participar es suscribirse a mi canal de Youtube y a la lista de correo GrowBusinessDay.com.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Mapa del concurso de Sock Data se come tu bocata

El concurso se llevara a cabo en:

  • state
  • Provincia city
  • Latitud lat
  • Longitud long
  • CP zip

 

¿Qué premios tendrán “Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO]”?

{El ganador seré yo con esta web con esta web de mas de 40mil post|El ganador del concurso “sock data se come tu bocata” se dará a conocer el 10 de Mayo.]

(lo comprobaremos el 10 de mayo de 2020 desde Zaragoza usando PC y Google Chrome de incógnito) será el que ocupe el lugar más alto bajo el lema “Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO]” y reciba los siguientes premios

  • Una licencia de por vida para el piloto automático SEO (generación de enlaces) de casi 1000
  • saldo de 100 ? en Leolytics.com para la compra de enlaces
  • ¿Saldo 100? En Youdot.io por comprar dominios expirados.
  • SEMrush Guru cuenta por un mes (por valor de casi 200 ?).
  • Hospedar a L de Webempres durante un año, con 10 GB de espacio en disco
  • mes con 10 poderes de ProxySEO.es (ideal para usar con el Piloto Automático SEO)
  • acceso a la formación general de SEO Pink (por valor de 247 ?)
  • dos meses de acceso a la comunidad del Equipo Platino
  • Análisis, gestión y creación de campañas publicitarias a través de Fluox Networking -Facebook
  • Una copia de revisión de Cruz Iniesta
  • GrowBusinessDay embalaje de regalo (camiseta, taza, etc.) con unpoquet
  • Tal vez un proyecto con SockData y David Ayala.
  • Entrevista en vivo en el canal de David Ayala en YouTube.
  • Inteligencia en el blog de David Ayala

También habrá un segundo premio, no al que quede en segundo lugar, sino a una persona que, en desde nuestro punto de vista, tenga una mejor estrategia o haya trabajado más duro, sin importar si está en las páginas 1, 2, 3… Así que… ¡No tienes excusa para participar! Pero este premio será una sorpresa hasta que la competencia termine.

Intentaremos añadir nuevos premios de otras marcas continuando la competición.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

¿Has visto qué regalos tan geniales le damos al ganador un piquete?
¿A qué esperas para presentar a Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO]?
¿A qué esperas para presentar a Sock Data si vienes aquí bocata? Toda la información sobre el concurso se puede encontrar AQUÍ.

No te pierdas la observación diaria del partido a las 6:00 pm en mi canal de YouTube.

También es posible que participemos en la competición. Sock Data se come tu bocata [Concurso SEO] en Estado de state Provincia de city para darle un poco más de vida, pero como tiene sentido, no decidimos ser ganadores del concurso.

BASES DEL CONCURSO

  • Suscribete al canal de YouTube de David Ayala
  • Registrarse en la lista de suscriptores de GrowBusinessDay.com
  • Todo esto es totalmente gratuito
  • Puede participar quien quiera
  • Obligatorio tener en la web un formulario de contacto o un email
  • La duración del concurso será de 20 días (Del 20 de abril al 10 de Mayo 2020))
  • Finalizará el día 10 de mayo 2020 a las 12:00 horas de Madrid (España).
  • El dominio con el que participes deberá de ser tuyo
  • Para comprobar el resultado y por lo tanto el ganador, se hará comprobación a las 12:00 horas (hora Madrid – España) por una persona de la organización situada en la ciudad de Zaragoza

PREMIOS DEL CONCURSO SOCK DATA SE COME TU BOCATA.

  • Licencia lifetime de SEO Autopilot (generación de enlaces) valorada en casi 1000€
  • Saldo de 100€ en Leolytics.com para compra de enlaces
  • Saldo de 100€ en Youdot.io para compra de dominios expirados
  • Un mes de 10 proxys de ProxySEO.es
  • Acceso al curso Training Rosa de SEO general
  • Dos meses de acceso a la comunidad Team Platino
  • Pack de análisis, gestión y creación de campaña de Facebook Ads por parte de Fluox Networking
  • Auditoria copy writing por parte de Cruz Iniesta
  • Pack de regalos de GrowBusinessDay
  • Posibilidad de crear un proyecto en conjunto con SockData, David Ayala y Bryan Gimenez
  • Entrevista en directo en el canal de YouTube de David Ayala junto con Bryan Giménez
  • Entrevista en el blog de David Ayala
  • Además, daremos un premio más, y no será al segundo que quede si no al que creamos que ha hecho mejor estrategia y nos guste más, por lo tanto no importa que estés en página 1, 2, 3, etc. Será un premio sorpresa
Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Importante:A continuación encontrarás las bases del concurso oficial, extraída desde https://growbusinessday.com/bases-del-concurso/

👨🏼‍🎨Bases del Concurso SEO: Sock Data se come tu bocata oficial en city. 🎤

1. Quien es el organizador del concurso

Este concurso es organizado por SockData Business SL con NIF B99489882, el cual es propietario del sitio web growbusinessday.com.

En adelante, cuando con refiramos a “concurso SEO” o “el concurso SEO” nos referiremos a este concurso.

2. Condiciones para participar

El concursante, debe de manera obligatoria estar registrado previamente, o registrarse en la lista de suscriptores de GrowBusinessDay.com y suscribirse al canal de YouTube https://www.youtube.com/david-ayala/ para poder participar y de esta manera poder hacer efectivo su derecho a recibir el premio en caso de ser el ganador.

La inscripción y participación es totalmente gratuita y podrá participar cualquier persona, independientemente del lugar de residencia de la misma.

Para poder identificar la titularidad de la web con la que se está participando, será obligatorio tener en la web un formulario de contacto o un email desde el que poder contactar con el propietario para verificarlo en caso de ser necesario, así como para poder comunicarle de su victoria.

3. Cuánto dura el concurso

La duración será de 20 días, dando el comienzo el día 20 de abril de 2020 en el momento de anunciarse en directo en el canal de YouTube de David Ayala y en la web de GrowBusinessDay.com y finalizará el día 10 de mayo 2020 a las 12:00 horas de Madrid (España).

4. Cómo puedo ganar

Para conseguir el premio, los concursantes deben posicionar la palabra clave o frase que se dirá al inicio del concurso. De esta manera se tendrá una igualdad de condiciones para todos los participantes.

Para concursar, deberás utilizar una web de tu propiedad, por lo tanto, deberás poder acreditar que es de tu propiedad. No importa que la web sea nueva o antigua, estamos hablando de SEO, por lo tanto, aquí podrás usar todos los recursos que tengas a tu disposición, como ocurre en cualquier caso real en el que puedas competir en las SERPS. No sirve utilizar subdominios, vídeos, o cualquier otro resultado que no sea una web con dominio propio y de tu propiedad.

Quien posicione la palabra clave o frase en mejor posición en los resultados de búsqueda orgánicos (no en Ads) del buscador Google.es (España) será el ganador y beneficiario de los premios. Para comprobar el resultado y por lo tanto el ganador, se hará comprobación a las 12:00 horas (hora Madrid – España) por una persona de la organización situada en la ciudad de Zaragoza, realizando la búsqueda mediante ordenador y el navegador Google Chrome en modo incógnito. No se aceptarán reclamaciones si otra persona en otra ciudad o incluso en la misma, realiza la búsqueda y le aparece otro resultado diferente debido a la geolocalización o a cualquier otro factor. Por lo tanto, el resultado válido será el comprobado por la organización.

Resumiendo, el ganador será el que coloque un resultado (de una web de su propiedad) en mejor posición en el buscador Google.es (España), con la palabra clave o frase elegida para el concurso, el día 10 de mayo a las 12:00 horas de Madrid (España). Además, el ganador deberá estar obligatoriamente suscrito al canal de YouTube de David Ayala mencionado anteriormente y suscrito a la lista de correo de GrowBusinessDay.com

5. Comunicado al ganador

La identidad del concursante que gane el concurso será revelada públicamente, por lo tanto, si participas debes ser consciente de ello.

Además, se comunicará en el directo de YouTube de ese día a parte de poder comunicarlo en otros medios como GrowBusinessDay.com, Soywebmaster.com, DavidAyala.com y otros medios de nuestra propiedad o asociados.

El ganador del concurso deberá acreditar la titularidad del dominio para poder entregarle los premios.

En caso de no poder localizar al ganador en un plazo de 4 días, o si los premios fueran rechazados por el ganador, la organización se reserva el derecho de otorgar el premio.

Una vez hayamos identificado al ganador y haya aceptado los mismos, el ganador recibirá un email explicando como recibirlos.

6. Ley de protección de datos

La información facilitada para el concurso, será recogida confidencialmente en el fichero de Sockdata Business SL, quedando autorizado el tratamiento de la misma, para el envío de comunicaciones publicitarias y/o promocionales por las páginas web de sus propios productos o de sus dueños y asociados por email.

De igual manera, autorizas por parte de Sockdata Business SL así como de sus socios el envío de comunicaciones publicitarias o promocionales de otras empresas asociadas o con las que Sockdata Business SL pueda firmar acuerdos de colaboración o patrocinadores.

En caso de no estar de acuerdo con el tratamiento de datos puedes contactar mediante el email info@sockdata.com.

También tienes el derecho a acceso a tu información, así como la posibilidad de ejercitar todos tus derechos de acceso, rectificación, cancelación y oposición. El responsable del fichero y de los datos es Sockdata Business SL, pudiendo ejercer sus derechos solicitándolo al email info@sockdata.com o vía correo postal en Plaza España 5 1ºC Zaragoza (50001).

7. Responsabilidades y aceptación de condiciones

La organización se reserva el derecho de acortar, prorrogar, modificar y/o cancelar el concurso si lo cree conveniente o si ocurre algún supuesto especial por el cual no se pueda realizar el concurso.

La organización no será responsable por daños o perjuicios ocurridos a ninguno de los participantes derivados de la participación en el concurso ni por culpa de cualquiera del resto de los participantes.

No toleramos acciones de SEO negativo ni que vayan en contra de las páginas web de cualquiera de los competidores.

La organización no se responsabiliza por ningún tipo de afirmación ni difamación de terceras personas.

La organización no se responsabiliza si terceras personas, marcas y/o empresas que estén ofreciendo premios para el ganador terminasen teniendo problemas con los mismos o no se pudiera disfrutar de ellos tal y como era esperado.

En caso de que alguno de los premios se necesite ser enviado vía correo postal se enviará tan solo a direcciones de España por temas de logística (para otros países habrá que revisar tema de envíos y si realmente se puede realizar el envío).

El incumplimiento de cualquiera de las normas y condiciones de este concurso implicará la descalificación del concursante. Si participas debes aceptar todas las normas y condiciones obligatoriamente.

8. Ley aplicable

Nos atenemos a la legislación española y cualquier tipo de reclamación debe enviarse a Plaza España 5 1ºC Zaragoza (50001), antes de los 30 días posteriores de la fecha límite de participación en el concurso.

Cualquier litigio estará sujeto a los tribunales de la ciudad de Zaragoza.

Preguntas frecuentes sobre el concurso Sock Data se come tu bocata de state.

 

 

🖖 ¿Puedo participar con un dominio nuevo?

si

🎄 ¿Cuál es el mejor premio del concurso?

Todos los premios son bastantes buenos, pero los que más resaltan son: La licencia lifetime de SEO Autopilot y crear un proyecto en conjunto con SockData. Leer bases del concurso.

👨🏼‍🚀

¿Cuándo termina el concurso?

El concurso termina el día 10 de mayo a las 12:00 horas de Madrid (España). Leer bases del concurso.

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¿Cuántos ganadores tendrá el concurso?

En total habrán 2 ganadores del concurso, todos los premios que se mencionan en las bases del concurso son para el primer ganador, pero habrá un segundo lugar con premio sorpresa. Leer bases del concurso.

¿Qué es el SEO en city?

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Empezemos por lo más basico. Para las personas que aterrizen a esta web a través de redes sociales como facebook y twitter y no sepan del concurso de qué va esto, decir que SEO son las siglas en inglés de Search Engine Optimization. Que traducido a nuestro idioma quiere decir optimización para los motores de búsqueda. O lo que sería lo mismo, intentar que el contenido de nuestras páginas web le guste tanto a Google como para colocarlas lo más arriba posible en el ranking de posiciones. De ahí viene lo de la palabra ‘rankear

Para ello influyen diferentes factores como la velocidad de carga de nuestros sitios webs, la cantidad de veces que actualizamos nuestra página, la estructura de los contenidos y muchas cosas más.

Si quieres aprender un poco más de este mundillo y te interesa bien porque tengas una agencia y quieras dar ese servicio, como si tienes una empresa y necesitas ponerte encima de la competencia o símplemente porque tienes curiosidad, aquí te dejo una guía de seo para principiantes.

🙇‍♀️ Sock Data se come tu bocata ¿En qué consiste el concurso de state?

El concurso seo que David Ayala realiza para promocionar  ‘Sock Data

Posicionamiento de la palabra clave

El desafío es ser el primero en Google con la contraseña: Sock Data se come tu sándwich.

🦋 ¿Qué se necesita para comer ese sándwich en city?👸🏼

La participación es completamente gratuita, pero tienes que estar registrado en su canal de YouTube o suscribirte a la lista de correo del GrowBusinessDay. Si ya estás registrado para participar, tienes que hacerlo de nuevo. De lo contrario, aunque ganes el concurso, serás eliminado.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

¿Tienes un dominio propio?

Debes tener un nombre de dominio. No son importantes para los dominios del Blog 2.0 u otras cosas extrañas. Sin embargo, la edad del dominio es completamente irrelevante y puedes competir tanto por los dominios nuevos como por los viejos.

¿Cuánto tiempo tarda un concurso de Sock Data se come tu bocata?

El desafío dura 20 días. Terminará el domingo 10 de mayo de 2020, exactamente al mediodía (hora española).

¿Cómo puedo comprobar el ganador si vivo en state?

La palabra clave será buscada en su ordenador en Zaragoza CO en el modo de incógnito del navegador Google Chrome y utilizando el buscador de Google.es.

¿Cómo ganar el concurso de Sock Data?

Para ganar el concurso, usaré técnicas 100% de sombrero blanco, así que puedo hacer lo mejor para hacerlo ahora mismo, porque muchos comerciantes del mercado negro lucharán por un escenario.

Lo que voy a hacer es escribir un artículo de diferente longitud, más o menos largo, que le guste a Google, que esté bien construido y que le dé semántica al tema.

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Detección de contenido fino

Esta parte de la herramienta compara los datos de Google Analytics y muestra las páginas que no reciben visitas orgánicas, de modo que puede centrarse en mejorar, eliminar o redirigir esas páginas. Al eliminar o corregir estas URL, Google podrá ver mejor su sitio.

Planes y precios

Aquí hay una tabla con los planos y precios del Dinorank de Dean Romero.

Tiene acceso básico y acceso premium por unos 20 y 35 euros al mes respectivamente.

Según ellos, mucha gente pierde el tiempo comprando enlaces autorizados en periódicos y blogs, olvidando la parte importante: ¡la naturalidad! Lo que enlazalia ofrece es la vinculación a través de estos sitios web gratuitos y artesanales que no son difíciles de conseguir, pero que llevan mucho tiempo. Quieren crear estos enlaces de alta calidad para ti manualmente. ¿Qué piensas de esta idea?

Sock Data se come tu bocata
Sock Data se come tu bocata

Equipo Team Platino de state – city

Enlazalia ha sido probada en la plataforma Chuiso ‘Teamplatino’.

Teamplatino es una plataforma en la que la gente aprende a hacer SEO. La gente está de acuerdo en que los resultados de Elazalia son absolutamente increíbles.

El final del sándwich de datos de calcetines…

Como dije al principio, vinimos aquí para participar, pero sobre todo para divertirnos y aprender.

Esta es la primera etapa de la competencia y decidí aceptar este desafío, tal vez haga cambios en esta posición en el futuro. Una pequeña cadena cerca de aquí, un pequeño embrague externo allí… Tomaremos las decisiones correctas.

Dejémoslo así, porque la verdad es que no tengo mucho tiempo para esta carrera. Probablemente no pueda hacer nada de lo que dije sobre las conexiones y otras cosas. Veamos hasta dónde llegamos. ¡Nos vemos en Coslada a las 10 en punto!

Fechas de los calcetines y comer un sándwich.

Poco después, tuvo lugar otra competición, que también nos animó a hacer.

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Receta de Bocata de Sock Data

Bocata de Sock Data

Bocata de Sock Data
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Es un aperitivo tan apañao que lo puede crear hasta un niño.
abrir el pan y agregar los ingredientes dentro de la forma que más te guste.
yo suelo introducir el jamón, luego el queso y por último el chorizo o el salami ( eso va en gustos).
habrá bocadillo más sencillo y a la vez más rico?
Ingredients

  • Pan de garbanzo
  • Jamón
  • Fiambre de chorizo o salami
  • Queso

Es un bocadillo tan fácil que lo puede crear hasta un niño.
abrir el pan y meter los ingredientes dentro de la manera que más te agrade.
yo suelo introducir el jamón, luego el queso y por último el chorizo o el salami ( eso va en gustos).
habrá bocadillo más sencillo y a la vez más rico?
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Yield: 1 Bocata de Sock Data

Calories: 170
Fat: 10g

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  2. I did die, I was clinically dead for about 5 minutes. First time in the desert with the MARINEs as a fresh out of Boot slick sleeve private. We were told to drink water or you will dehydrate and you will get heat stroke. They would remind you to drink all the time with stupid sayings like, see a rock drink, see a turtle drink, see a cloud drink, and so on. Well I drank and drank and drank. I ended up drinking almost 1 gallon an hour during training time, for about 3 days. I had my 2, 1 quart canteens and 2, 2quart canteens and was drinking all of them a couple times a day, like 4 or 5 times. This over hydrated my body and filled my brain stem and spinal cord in my back with water. The pressure created by the water in my spinal cord actually stopped it from working and started to shut my body down. I stopped sweating and heated up. I remember telling my Sgt, that I felt weird and fell flat on my face, I ended up in the Hospital for 2 weeks. They had to do a spinal tap and let the water drain out to release some of the pressure on my spinal cord. On the way to the hospital is when I started to really go down, I blacked out and woke up 3 days latter. I was told that I died on the way to the hospital. My heart stopped and I stopped breathing, the Doc did CRP and they got a helicopter to finish taking me to the base hospital. We were about 1 hour out of the base on the training range. 29 palms if you were in the military you know the place.

    ​

    To this day I have to watch myself in the heat, I can now skip heat exhaustion and go straight on to full heat stroke if not careful. Fun times.

  3. I’ve told the full version of this story on reddit before, but I landed on a ceramic bowl in the middle of the night on a first date and it went straight into my asscheek. I lost over a liter of blood. This was ten months ago. I had to get nearly 30 staples in my ass along 14 inches of cut all the way up my asscrack and rounding out the bottom of my buttcheek. I came -thisclose- to shitting in a bag for the rest of my life. Was on a walker for weeks and I still cant sit down on hard surfaces. My date had woken up to the sound of me falling in his kitchen and saved my life by calling the ambulance as I was bleeding out a river of blood. I was in surgery for HOURS getting my ass muscles and nerves reconstructed since it cut soooo deep. I have an epic photo of my stapled franken-ass if anyone cares to see. Best part is the guy actually stayed in the hospital with me the whole time and we are still dating 🙂

    Edit: photo of franken-ass https://imgur.com/GgAFDUj

  4. Climbing a rope ladder to jump off a 35ft waterfall and slipped on the top step on the ladder. Free fell upside down and would’ve hit and rock shelf head first, had my leg not got caught in the last leg of the ladder. Dangled from it for about 5min to make sure I was okay. Other than a sore body/groin/hip, I was completely fine. Forsure shaken up. Went back up and jumped 30min later!

  5. I was in terrible shape in my 20s mentally. I wanted to kill myself but was too afraid of what my family and friends would think so i decided to get really drunk and walk home from the bar bymyself. Around the corner from my house was a very dark street with a sharp curve and people usually would drive extremely fast around this curve. So I thought if i laid in the middle of the road it would just seem like i passed out drunk and a car would run me over.

    So i did. I laid down and waited for the car to come. I remember hearing the car coming but i didnt want to face it. So i couldnt see it. It was getting closer and closer and i said to myself “this is it” but the car stopped…. not 2 feet from me. It was a taxi driver with one of my roomates at the time in the back. The taxi driver got out and i heard my friend say “oh my god its ggdoyle”
    He knew i was having a hard time so he picked me up and paid the cab driver and said he would walk with me. He barely said a word. I think he knew.
    But the calmness and realisation that i had when i knew i was gonna die was so unexplainable. Depression is a fucking bitch.

  6. I know they say cigarettes will kill you. I just wasn’t expecting it to be in the form of getting run over by a truck walking to get them.

    I was a pedestrian in a hit and run. My right side was essentially destroyed. I spent 10 days in the ICU HEAVILY sedated while they performed 3 surgeries to put a rod in my tibia, an plate along my femur, for plates in my shattered pelvis, and a total of 30 screws throughout my leg and pelvis.

    I ended up spending four months in one form of medical care or another, the first two I was essentially bed bound because my arm & shoulder (humerus, clavicle, and scapula) was also broken so I couldn’t push myself in a wheelchair.

    [Fun collage of my broken body](https://imgur.com/MXh1nzZ.jpg)

  7. You know when there are relatively big waves close to the shore and you can jump on them and just plop into the water and it’s all fun? Yeah, pro tip, if the base of the wave looks dirty it’s because it sucks everything underneath itself and there is no way in hell you’re getting out alive if you’re not swimming for your life as soon as the wave breaks.

  8. I have a choice of stories to tell here. I’ll just do the outlines.

    1. Crazy flatmate’s crazy boyfriend had a psychotic episode in which he was beating on my door (whilst holding a gun) and threatening to kill me and bury me.

    2. Went for final antenatal checkup but I turned out to be not going well. Had an emergency caesarean and haemorrhaged on the table.

    3. Had a stroke.

  9. Around 5 yrs ago I broke my collar bone riding my road bike. Went to the hospital and was told I need surgery, so I agreed to it and signed the paperwork. I remember laying on the table in the OR, and the nurse telling me to count from 10 to 1 after putting the gas thing on my face. I woke up in the post-op/resuscitation room with a lot of noise around me. I couldn’t see anything and I didn’t understand why I can’t breathe. Turned out I was intubated. I could hear nurses and doctors rushing and talking about having the defibrilator ready and getting more cooling blankets and buckets of ice. Someone even said something like “bring that damned machine (prolly cooling machine of some sorts) before his brain melts”.
    Apparently I have a genetic ‘something’ that makes me react very badly to the anaesthetic gas. It’s called malignant hyperthermia. From what I remember of what they explained (I might be wrong tho) after, all of the calcium assimilated by my cells became free calcium in the body, so I had both an overdose and a complete deficit of calcium at the same time. All that calcium also triggered a very high fever (43 and something Celsius), hence the ice and cooling and why I almost died. Well, that and also the almost complete organ failure.
    All that calcium also made my muscles extremely sore. Like imagine the worst muscle fever you’ve ever had x20 and extend it over every single bit of muscle in the body. It hurt when I blinked. So I was kinda paralyzed for about a week after and spent a month in hospital to recover.
    I was told I’m the third case of this discovered in my country and the first one to survive the reaction

  10. IED hit the bottom of our Bradley lifting our right side a few feet off the ground. Later that day we come to find out the explosion barely missed the diesel compartment which would have pretty much incinerated us. Luckily all i lost that day was half my front tooth hitting my buddies rifle.

  11. Had two men break in and beat up my stepdad. Then he and my mom (somehow) managed to get out so one of the men kicked my door off it’s hinges and came into my room to ask me where they went. He told me “Answer me or I will smash you skull in!” and put two ice cold knuckles on my forehead, while he held the bloodied pipe above my head. I was sobbing like a little kid ( I was ten) and I told him the truth, that I didn’t know. I was convinced I was going to die and my brain frantically tried to come to terms with it.

    I don’t remember much after that (trauma I suppose) but I know he didn’t end up hitting me.

  12. Was out for a jog, tripped and fell into a busy street. A car’s tire passed within a foot of my head. Could’ve easily killed me. Honestly I was just pissed that I could’ve died in such a stupid way

  13. I actually have a story. My family went to a beach a while back. Not a pretty beach but it’s still a good one for someone who rarely visits. My little brother and I (he was about 8-9 at the time while I was about 14) were just walking around finding shells. Then we went a little ways into the water, up to where he could touch but just barely. It was fine since he was a good swimmer. Out of nowhere he got caught by the undertow. I saw him drifting off but I didn’t think of it until I was also getting pulled without me doing anything. I swam over to him trying to pull him to shore but I couldn’t do anything. We just kept drifting off. I was terrified. I knew exactly what was happening at that point and it scared me to death because i had seen tons of stories of people dying to the undertow. I felt helpless and none of my family was close to us. I then realized it was pulling me and him to the end of a jetty. Still trying to keep my brother above water I held onto him under his arms and swam with the current to the jetty. There was a man on the jetty who noticed what was happening. He stood on the edge trying to reach for me. The jetty was built of really big boulders that where not in the slightest bit round. I finally got close enough to push my brother up but slammed my legs into the rocks. The man helped me up although I was bleeding it wasn’t terrible so I said my thanks and walked back to my family with my little brother. He still didn’t really understand but kept telling my mom and dad that I saved his life. I didn’t make too much of it and my parents didn’t think into it much either. Still scared the crap out of me. I’m not swimming anywhere close to jetties ever again that’s for sure.

  14. (Idk if this counts, but I could have died)I was riding a four wheeler, and when I saw some rabbits I stopped to look at them, and what I did not know, is that there was a rattle snake hunting the rabbits, and I parked the four wheeler basically on top of it, and when I got off, I heard a strange rattling noise, but thought that it was the four wheeler making weird noises, and so, after I got off to look at the bunnies, i was standing there, when the rattle snake bit the back of my boot, it scared me, but the snake did not break through my boot, and we were living a few hours from the nearest hospital.

  15. My appendix burst when I was 16. They thought it was grumbling and tried keyhole surgery to remove it. Ended up being opened up after they realised it had actually burst, it also went gangrene and poisoned the fuck out of me.
    Doctor told me after that is was so severe they nearly lost me in theatre.

  16. First time, I almost drowned at 3 years old and my dad ran and took me out of the water (I thought I could swim well but seaweeds drag me down by my feet).
    Second time, I was 14 and I was skiing. A rock covered in ice made my skis block in the ground and I jumped for like 6 m (19.5 feet) downhill, I landed with my face on a rock with my helmet and eye protection split up in 2 but no injuries, that was scary

  17. My only time was when I was around 12. Me and my friends used to ride our bikes down the hill and see how far we could go without peddling. I would win because I’m heavier and more efficient than the rest. A turn to the right and a bridge that goes over a small bridge, well when I tried to turn the dirt was too lose and I couldn’t. I had the cliché of life flash before your eyes and then I snapped back and rolled off the bike to see it drop into the stream righg underneath a sharp tree that was blown over by wind so I would have hit my head on a tree trunk that was pointed going about 20mph

  18. Almost got run over when I was 12.

    I was biking along a road with my friend. He was super comfortable on a bike because he rode one all summer at camp. But I’d barely use my bike all year, so I was really struggling to keep up with him and was overwhelmed with keeping the thing straight at the best of times.

    Well this stretch of road had a pretty gravelly edge. I heard a car come up behind us so I inched as far to the right as I could. Then my bike tire caught the gravelly edge and pitched me into the road, right in front of the upcoming SUV. I literally heard the driver’s wife scream from the passenger’s seat.

    Maybe it wouldn’t have killed me, but a 12 year old getting rolled full-body by an SUV… I don’t like my chances. Oddly enough, I was mostly just embarrassed that I fell in front of strangers. I didn’t realize how close I came to dying until I thought back on it later.

  19. I was 15. I had been suffering from an intensely severe depression, solidly, for over a year. Literally every single day I just wanted to kill myself. I can’t really convey how constant and severe the depression was. By December that year, I had become a shell of myself. I just felt hollowed out and this desperate numb feeling had encompassed me. I had no idea who I was, no identity, nothing. It was just pure, emotional blackness.

    The weekend before Christmas, I finally built up the will to do something. I suffocated myself but it didn’t work and I didn’t have the strength to try again. I honestly felt useless. I spent the whole weekend in a stupor of nothingness. There is a song I used to listen to with the line *so what did you do those three days you were dead?* and that has always resonated with me.

    My depression carried on. It was so bad that it felt like a physical weight. My mum had to call emergency services a few days after Christmas because it got so bad.

    We were given an emergency appointment at the mental health service for *April* the following year. Mum flipped her shit and got me an appointment mid January. I was hospitalised in February.

    I’m still here. I still get suicidal but I have a really good mental health team supporting me and I’m on medication that helps me now.

    I’ll never get over the trauma of that time though and that weekend will stay with me forever.

  20. When I was about 9, I had to have a bladder enlargement surgery. During the operation, I stopped breathing and had to be revived. It turns out I’m allergic to latex and the doctors were using latex gloves during the operation.

  21. So in my job in the Marines I have to strap cargo to airborne helicopters. Now, incase you weren’t aware, MV-22 Ospreys generate a metric fuckload of electricity (300,000 Volts to be exact) from friction. If you don’t ground out the hook before touching it, you can become a human lightning rod. I made the mistake of grabbing the hook about 2 seconds after the grounding rod slipped out. I couldn’t feel my hand for about 2 days.

  22. When I was 16 I had a ford F-150 and was taking my little sister to softball practice. I had taken this road all the time to come to and fro from school.

    However, this day it had just started raining and we had to cross a very small creek that ran over the road. Keep in mind my truck was an extended bed. Those of you who have driven a truck without any weight in the back will probably understand that the bed is extremely light and can move when driving on the interstate and hitting the small bumps in the road or driving unto and over bridges.

    I had not gotten to up to 15mph going around a pretty sharp turn. It did not matter. The road was slick enough to send my back right tire of the road just enough. I tried to correct it without over correcting but the momentum was to great and we ended up sliding back up unto the road and doing a 180 degree turn to then roll down off into a good 6 foot drop ditch. Luckily we rolled completely and back up right.

    At first glance we looked fine. However my sister had hit her head on the now caved in cab of my truck and suffered a minor concussion while I appeared to have nothing but cuts and bruises. On the contrary i should have died.

    Things that went Right that shouldn’t have:

    1. When we began to role we rolled on my side. I looked down to see a cattle fence and steel pole used to uphold the barbed wire. Instead of shattering the thin piece of glace between me and instant impalement. The bar bent on the glass to 90 degrees before shattering.
    2. Speaking of Shattering. No airbags were deployed in this whole ordeal. Which would have surely killed at-least me upon further investigation and during my shower afterwards I found 3 inch pieces of glass impaled all throughout my body. Head, back, and chest, that I had not felt due to the sheer adrenaline and shock my body was going through. Any other exterior force (such as an airbag) would have made all the glass already impaled and the shards that had not been. Lethal for sure.
    3. We missed a light pole but about 1-2 feet. Keep in mind I was completely out of control in this scenario and did not have control over how far we slid until rolling. If we had sling and rolled into the light-pole, me and my sister would have been hitting it with our heads due to the way we rolled. Te top of our cab would have been resting on this pole.
    4. My sister had just rolled down her window to throw out her banana peel and put her seat-belt on maybe 15 seconds before we were on the road. The window just prevented any further damage to her and seat-belt is the only reason she managed to stay in the car.

    I share this story not to scare anyone but purely to answer the question. And as a reminder, this was a wreck that totaled my truck and were were going 15… Maybe 20 mph max. I can say from experience the force that we felt throughout our bodies, felt like we had been going 60 around that turn.

    Wear your seat-belts. 🙂

  23. 1) punctured my neck and missed the jugular vein by less than half an inch and went into shock. Was 5 years old and tripped will carrying a trophy with sharp points because exhaustion.

    2) anaphylactic shock due to previously unknown drug allergy. Had a MRSA infection, found out can’t have Sulfa drugs. Due to the presentation of the allergy (first time sulfa allergies usually present slowly and can mimic illnesses more than an allergy). My immune system was so upset that it actually rebooted itself like a computer, so I had to be in an isolation room for a few days

    3) chronic appendicitis. When I finally realized something was definitely wrong and checked in with the PCP, had an ultrasound done. Didn’t even have a chance to go home – ultrasound was positive and I needed to get my butt back to the hospital. Since chronic appendicitis is episodic, I wasn’t in pain at the hospital, and the CT scan was negative. Got sent home by a very rude female MA who told me it was more likely an issue with my reproductive organs. Needed to have emergency surgery the next week… and it had changed from the chronic to the far more dangerous acute phase.

    As a side note, do gas leaks count? There’s been 3 of them in my house

  24. Idk if adrenaline took over and turned seconds into years or if it was just plain old dumb luck. But a year or so ago, i bought a 1991 miata. Really small car in america and the place i picked it up was only accessible via the highway so i had to drive it on the highway. Ill try and explain as best i can but its probably gonna be long. Explaining a highway clusterfuck from memory is gonna be hard.

    This wouldnt have been a problem had i had any experience with such a feathery car at that speed. My first car was an old bmw 7 series (4400lb v8) and my other car was/is a vw golf (3300 tdi) which is stocky compared to the mazda. Fast forward 10 minutes on the road and its bumpy, loud, and ive got the top down cause new droptop .im.. alert …but its cool. A semi passed me and blew the car a good 4 feet to the left. I corrected. it was suprising but fine. Then one of its wheels fucking FLIES off. The driver panicked once they saw and the trailer started swerving a couple hundred feet infront of me so i slowed down a bit to the speed limit, then two more semis pass, see the one swerving and slam the brakes MID PASS, they they started to swerve on either side of me while im caught in the turbulence. This is when *shitfuck this is real* kicked in. Skipped 4th cause fuck the car, i dont wanna die and downshifted from 5th to 3rd so it was at 6.5k and able to get out its own way (miatas are slooow). The downshift let me slow down fast enough to swerve behind the right semi but death wasnt done knocking. I wasnt getting a new car *aannnd* living to tell the tale. No no no.

    I then see a regular truck barreling down at normal+ speed (maybe 85) towards me from behind so i swerve back into my original lane too fast and the real wheels broke traction and started to skid and almost *full send* sent me into the wall at 90°. Ripped the ebrake for a nanosecond, YANKED the wheel and by some act of god straightened out. I then promptly pulled over and puked my guts out aaaallllll oooover my shiney *old* dash.

    Moral of the story. You never really realize how much air semis move at 80mph until you drive a go kart next to them. Be prepared and dont be a dumbass. In *general*.

  25. paracetamol overdose when i was 15. i took over 80 paracetamol with a litre bottle of vodka and didn’t go to hospital til the next morning. i was on a drip for a week & somehow made it out. to this day, i don’t know how or why i’m still here because that should’ve killed me.

  26. I was the recipient of the one time, lifelong prize of Late onset type 1 diabetes when i was 19. My pancreas slowly shut down until it was no longer active in my body.

    2 weeks prior i began feeling sick, as if i had a stomach ache, and drank the typical sprite, or jello. and one day i just couldnt get up, i couldnt pick up a glass of water (as i had began drinking water thinking i had too much sugar) id sleep for hours a day right after sleeping all night, and didnt wake up through anything. anywho, i decided to go to the hospital, when i got there i barfed all over the hospital wall. i go back, they take my blood, and come back with the news that my BGM is 850 and an A1C of (unmeasurable), i was in severe keto-acidosis, and was on the verge of diabetic shock, and going into a coma from which they vehemently claimed that i would not have woke up from.

    ​

    took them 3 days to get my sugar down to under 350. i went from 270 lbs to 215 over the course of about 2-3 weeks.

    6 years later my A1C is better then my endo Dr’s with BGM in the normal person range. Only now they discovered that i didnt even have all of the antibodies that other diabetics have, and do not have an answer for what i even am, as they also discovered that my pancreas is apparently operating at between 25% – 50% which varies…

  27. When I was 6 I got food poisoning and ended up puking and pooping every single liquid out of my body. I was so dehydrated that you could mold my skin like clay and I could not stand on my own power. By the time I got to the hospital the same doctor who birthed me saw my condition and immediately picked me up in his arms and rushed to the ICU. They were under the impression that I wasn’t too bad because I had only been puking and pooping for about 2 hours and said it was pretty much impossible to become dehydrated that fast. In the ICU I remember seeing double which was actually my eyes rolling to the back of my head which is what happens when you are dying. I passed out and woke up the next morning with an IV drip. Took 2 days of IVs to get me back on my feet.

  28. Two. One was a reaction to johnson grass as a small kid. I don’t remember, bout the fever spiked to around 105-106 F for a little while. I didn’t find out until much later when I was asking why I had to get allergy shots.

    ​

    The other was a car roll over. Went over the first time and the sun roof shattered. On the second roll, my head went out of the hole. I grabbed seatbelt and pulled myself back in. People that say they want to be thrown out are very wrong.

  29. Nasty car accident in winter. Going around a curve when I hit black ice, fishtailed and slammed headfirst into a telephone pole. The pole split in half, the front end of my car wound up underneath it, frame was bent into the engine block, miraculously not enough to pin me in the car. I somehow walked away with only some bruising from the seatbelt and a broken middle finger.

  30. The first I had was when I was 13 and ended up in hospital with a disease called meningoencephalitis. (Since nobody ever has any clue what that is, and I didn’t at first either, it’s essentially meningitis, infection and swelling of your brain lining (meninges), and encephalitis, infection and swelling of your brain tissue, all at the same time.) It got caught really late because for a while because doctors kept insisting that I just had a stomach bug, and eventually my mum found me unconscious when turning up to visit one morning, and it seemed like I’d probably been like that most of the night without being checked on. I spent a few weeks in a natural and then medically induced coma, medically died 3 times (each time from a stroke), and my family were told that I would at the very least lose my left arm and leg from above the elbow and knee, and I would most likely be deaf and blind if I ever regained consciousness or even survived. I survived with some relatively minor brain damage, and kept all of my limbs thanks to an emergency on-ward operation.

    I’ve had a few others since then, but they all involve either suicide attempts or extreme domestic violence, so I don’t think they’re the best to share in this kind of thread.

  31. Back in April I had to go around to pick up some stuff we had ordered with one of our work vans. The last thing I remember is leaving work, and the next thing I know I’m in an ambulance.

    The police investigation that followed revealed that as I had been going through an intersection, some lady ran a red light, t-boned me, and knocked me into the way of oncoming traffic. The van was totaled, and I ended up with a broken left hand, a huge gash on my right hand, a contused rib, and last but not least, an enormous 9-12 inch-long laceration that was snaked across my scalp.

    Considering how much blood had apparently pooled up in the van, I’m really fucking lucky I happened to be within 10 minutes of a hospital.

  32. First time I can remember I overdosed on Prozac. Not on purpose, I was at an age my parents had to administer my medication if there was a change in dosage. The handwriting of my doctor was illegible for my new dosage, something like from 10mg to 15mg to 25mg. Well my dad misread it as 10mg to 25mg, and I took it in the morning and went to school. I overdosed in the middle of geometry. I thought it was an anxiety attack but it turned into sweats, nausea, shakes, inability to breathe. I was taken to the nurse and sent home, and all those symptoms turned into loss of consciousness. I don’t remember anything of what happened, except that I was out for a week and didn’t go to the hospital. I don’t remember eating, getting up to use the bathroom, or waking up. I was 15 at the time.
    The second time happened when I was 18. I caught the flu and went to the doctors for it, they gave me tamiflu. It somehow ended up making it worse, I went from normal fever and chills to throwing up and diarrhea. It was to an extent that I couldn’t keep down any water or food. I tried going to urgent care on the fifth day, and they were closed. Same night I went to another location and the basement of the hospital caught fire, so they could only take I’m more serious cases. I was sick for about ten days. Three days of it was inability to keep down water, so I was severely dehydrated by the time I was able to see a doctor. They were astounded by how long I went without water and immediately put me on an IV (the nurse kept missing my vein and bruised my arm). While it may sound like just a bad flu, they say animals have that sixth sense of death. A week into my sickness, my dog wouldn’t leave my side. Like he hated the guy I was dating so much he’d run and hide, but whenever that guy would visit me to bring me soup my dog would just sit close to me under my blanket and watch over me. Even my dog thought I was gonna die. I ended up losing about ten pounds after I got better and couldn’t eat solid foods for about a week.

  33. Years ago I had a friend who sold drugs. I was friends with him through school and was not into drugs. We would play PlayStation at his place once in a while. Once he said he’s meeting someone down the street to sell something and doesn’t know them and wants me to come with. I declined but he said there’s two of them so there has to be two of me. I said fine and went. Quick hand to hand and we walked ten steps away before he realized it was a fake 100. He pulled a pistol out of his waistband, swung around at them and fired a couple shots at them. I ducked and started to move behind a car out of instinct. It was slow motion. As I was moving the other guys returned fire. I was moving so so slow. I felt their bullets flying by my face and head. Maybe inches away or less. I took cover behind the car. The other guys ran and we just bailed and ran the other way. Never hung out with him again. A couple years later I got a phone call. He overdosed and is no longer with us.

  34. 1) It was a week after my 21st birthday and I went out to celebrate someone else’s birthday. We more or less just made it an outing to celebrate both of our birthdays, so a lot of alcohol was consumed. Towards the end of that night, I fell asleep on the couch and had it not been for two people that I was with, I would’ve choked on my own vomit.

    2) I have no idea how close I came to dying thanks to having covid-19. It sounds silly, but there were points where I started filming myself because I thought I wasn’t going to make it and I wrote up my last will and testament. There were moments where I couldn’t breathe properly for minutes at a time and all I could do was try to get through it.

  35. I’ve almost died several times. Once, while waiting to cross the street, the light turned red for traffic, green for me, I took a step off curb, and a bus zoomed by me, inches from my face, and continued right through the intersection. I was literally a second or inches away from death. Another time, I went to sleep drunk and woke up in a puddle of puke. Luckily I was laying on my stomach. Another time, I was out drinking, went home and decided to sit on the porch for a few minutes before going inside. I fell asleep on the porch in sub zero weather. Luckily, was woken up and brought in house by family member. Another, I was on an AC ledge 18 stories up and lost my balance for a split second, but managed to right myself in the nick of time. That one still gives me nightmares. There are a few others. I have a theory that in each of those instances, I actually did die in those realities, but continue to live in realities where I didn’t die, this one being the best of all the others. Eventually, there will be only one reality left where I am alive, but I may have to die in that one too, eventually.

  36. My friend and I (8 and 10 y.o. maybe?) were playing around with my airsoft pistol, fantastic idea I know. We had the idea to aim the gun right at the bridge of the other persons nose (unloaded obviously) and pull the trigger to see if they’d flinch. So I unloaded the gun and made sure it was empty before trying it on him. I shot, puff of air came out, that was that. Then it was my turn. He aimed it right between my eyes and fired. A pellet came out full speed and hit me right in the bridge of my nose and bounced off. Every time I think about that I can’t sleep for a while.

  37. I gave blood this weekend and had a VERY bad reaction to it. I gave platelets and was fine up until the very end, when my lips went numb and my tongue tasted like metal. I was warned beforehand that this was a potential side affect, but then something started to feel very wrong. My vision went black and my stomach twisted up into a knot and all my limbs went numb. In an instant, 4 phlebotomists were on me, taking off my mask and covering me in ice packs. That was when I realized that I’d suddenly begun sweating profusely. I felt very safe and unafraid, but all I wanted to do was lay back and close my eyes. “Keep your eyes open,” they kept telling me. But it hurt so much. My arms kept wanting to constrict, but I kept them straight and flexing my fingers to get the blood flowing. I remember very clearly thinking “This must be what dying feels like.” I was, essentially, bleeding out. 20 minutes of lying down, 4 gatorades, and 6 ice packs later I was right as rain. I doubt I was actually dying, probably just fainting, but it was pretty scary.

  38. Was walking above a cliff in winter with my friends as a kid. There happened to be a very slippery part that led to about a 10 meter drop straight ice covered ground and rocks. I didnt notice the slippery part, fell on my stomach and started sliding head first to my death. I was saved by a small tree branch sticking out of ground that i just managed to catch on with my hand. I could say that if i fell off the cliff i would have easily died or at least suffered life long injuries.

  39. Been a few incidents. Closest was probably when I tried to hang myself but the bar I tied the rope to broke from its mount after I lost consciousness.

    If it had held for a couple more minutes I’d be done with this shit.

  40. When I was 9 years old, I fell into a silo. I could not breathe, it was dark and started to lose consciousness, I saw a white light slowly appearing in my sight and it almost went all white. I remember seeing something I can’t describe, it also felt like endless falling, just endless.

    I remember hearing my mother scream while seeing that white, screaming for help. Luckily I was taken out in time and did not die, fortunately, it was very close though. Doctors said I was already on the way to heaven.

    You can ask me questions for sure, just nothing personal, please. Also, I’m a boy.

  41. Two times off the top of my head.

    First time was my appendix. I had been having terrible stomach pains for a few days, but nothing I thought I couldn’t get over. Then 4am hits one night and I’m in the most excruciating pain of my life, banging on my bedroom wall because I couldn’t move or scream without hurting. When we got the hospital, I was rushed in. I had an ultrasound (which hurt like a bitch) that came out inconclusive. Then I had a CAT scan and that read that my appendix was really close to rupturing. In fact, it had perforated enough to release all the bacteria into my abdomen. The surgery took longer because of how much gangrene there was. My temperature going into surgery was like 100 F. The doctor said if I would’ve come in any later, there was a high chance I would’ve passed from infection.

    The second time was flying. It was the same year of Hurricane Katrina, but during the time of Hurricane Dennis, which was the first major of the season. My family was on a plane trip to Florida at the time. The first half of the flight was fine over the rest of the states, but once we hit Florida area, it was crazy. We were shaking a lot and everyone was scared. Then our flight was hit by a strike of lightning and we dropped in altitude quickly. Thank God pilots are prepared for stuff like this, but my little 8 year old self felt like death was imminent at the time.

  42. Developed type 1 diabetes later in life while living alone. Over the course of a month I developed more and more sever flu symptoms. Fatigue, coughing, sinuses, headaches, nasua, vomiting until finally I would become winded at the most minor of exertion (walking from my car to my living room). Had I not been rushed to the hospital it’s likely those symptoms would of gotten worse until I went into a coma or died. And since I was living alone if I went into a coma I also likely would have died as there is no one who would have noticed I was missing quick enough.

  43. Wasn’t me but when I went to a camp in the woods a little while back me and 3 kids decided to sneak off into the woods. We were really stupid and decided to go rock climbing in the dark with only flashlights. We got to the top okay but one of the kids I was with needed to take a piss. Another kid I was with told him to just piss over edge of the cliff. We sat at the top of the rock for a little while then heard a loud thump. I looked over to see if the kid I was with was still there, he was. We then felt a moment of relief until we heard a groaning coming from the area under the cliff. We immediately climbed down. One kid tried to climb to him since the kid that fell was in a crevice and ended up splitting his a bone in his arm. We ran back to the campsite and told the counselors, who at first didn’t believe us. We then had to find the kid in the dark and one of the big guys had to climb into the crevice and carry him out. We were about 2 hours from the nearest hospital and no cell service. We had a van with us so one of the counselors drove to that hospital. He had to be airlifted to another hospital since they didn’t have the resources to treat him there. He ended up breaking 13 bones all over his body. And had extensive surgeries since his legs got pushed into his pelvis. The doctors told us he was lucky to be alive as if he fell in another position he would have likely died. The kid went home a while later and we got in a ton of trouble. He never talked to us after the incident because he blamed us for his injuries.

  44. Alcohol poisoning quite a few times. My heart beat slowed down to just a few times a minute, my brain was getting very little oxygen so I was hallucinating. Felt like a fever dream, I thought I was dying for sure. I felt totally at peace and just content (I was suicidal at the time, this was an intentional alcohol overdose) and I just remember being devastated when I woke up alive the next day.

  45. * There was the time I slipped while hiking Friday Mount in in NY and almost landed face first onto a sharp rock but the stick I was carrying me caught me and my head was about 4″ from the rock.
    * The time I was bushwhacking a southern approach to Wittenburg Mountain IN NY (the mountain next to the previous mountain), was traversing a hill, discovered the hard way there was smooth bluestone under me. Slid about 10′, and got lucky enough to catch roots about a foot away from a 10 foot drop and STEEP inclines below that.
    * The time I hiked up Wittenberg in Winter like a dumbass with no supplies, got severe leg cramps, couldn’t walk, and if the other person hadn’t happened to be randomly camping at the summit, the ensuing snowstorm absolutely would have killed me.
    * Was Skiing down Hunter Mtn. FAST. Way too fast. Came around a corner and didn’t see the jump. Suddenly found myself easily EASILY 30+ feet above the ground. Screamed like a child at the top of my lungs. Heard applause and cheers from the ski lift as I panicked and contemplated my imminent death. Somehow landed it. Luck I guess.
    * Attempted to swim from one hole in the ice to another hole in the ice because (like so many things in my life) it seemed like a good idea at the time. I did get the other hole. Eventually. 0/10. Would not recommend. Fucking terrifying.

    I’m sure there’s more. I have done an amazing amount of stupid shit in my life…

  46. Motorcycle accident, trying to go to work at 0630. Driver pulled out in front of me and when I swerved to avoid hitting them I hit a dirt patch and went down. I guess I hit a piece of rebar and it went through my helmet and about 5mm away from my brain, had my forehead reconstructed twice now.

  47. Toxic Megacolon and a perforated bowel. Emergency surgery but was very sick and only weighed 86 lbs (39 kg) and I was 5’9″ (1.75 m). They told my parents there was a good chance I wouldn’t survive the surgery. I spent 4 months in hospital and now have a permanent ileostomy(at age 22) and a “barbie butt “(age 45) with 21 surgeries in between. It’s been a hellava ride…lol

  48. It was just last week actually. My family and I were spending a week in Yosemite at Rancheria Falls. We picked the most terrible campsite, and we were being devoured by bugs. I went to the falls to get away from it and spend some time in the water. I set out on a quest to get to the bottom of the falls, a take doable if you didn’t go through the water, but of course I did. I came across some stronger water and decided to get down low and try to use y center of gravity to get through it. Note the granite was super slippery winced it had been polished by the falls. My feet swept away from under me and I was floating toward the falls. I clawed at the granite but got no hold. I tried to jump onto the land as I had done that before, but got no where. I was coming up on the falls, and I saw a rock that was just big enough to grab onto. If it wasn’t for that rock I might not be here today. I returned back to the camp with several injuries. My fingernails had been ground off when trying to escape the falls, and blood oozed from my finger tips. I hat several cuts and bruises, but I can’t imagine what would have happened if it weren’t for that rock. Oh well, I’m fine now so that’s all that matters. 🙂

  49. Road cycling. The trailer of an A-train 100m in front of me starts to sway and ends up cleaning the shoulder, reaching all the way to the bushes before the driver manages to get it under control. If I had left the gas station a bit earlier it’s unlikely I’d be writing this message. Didn’t stop cycling but I do avoid roads with such narrow shoulders.

  50. I have no idea if I was even close to death, but I was at a dinner party and someone made me laugh as I was drinking water. I think the water went down the wrong pipe and I thought I would just cough it up and that would be it, but to my surprise I started to feel that I couldn’t cough or breath. I’d open my mouth and only a noise would come out but no air was passing through. The situation started quite funny as everyone was laughing as I gasped for the first breath but their faces turned to worried looks quickly, it must have lasted about a minute as I got up and started to make my way to the toilet I thought that that would’ve been it, I bent over the toilet thinking that I was going to die there. But as soon as I bent everything opened up and I was able to breathe again. From what people tell me, I was very white. I think the anxiousness of it all might have made it worse, but it’s hard to keep your cool as you try to breathe and cannot do it. Anyway, it’s now a funny story of how my sister’s future mother-in-law almost killed me by trying to learn Spanish.

  51. Cross country skiing in Alaska alone (Hatcher’s pass), there was a snow-bridge over a tree and it collapsed (didn’t know it was there), I fell in with it. Shimmied my way up and out. Lost a small piece of off the top of my ear from frostbite, but otherwise ok. Wasn’t sure I was going to get out, and gave up more than once in my mind, only to have survival instinct kick in and have me try over and over. Moral of the story, do not go out remote alone, and if you do, tell someone where and when you are heading out so they can find your body later if something happens.

  52. When I was about 5 I ran away from my baby sitter while we were at the local pool. I jumped into the deep end for some reason and sank right into the bottom. I remember bobbing up to the top of the water at least twice and wondering why no one was helping me. Then a man pulled me out of the water and sat with me at the edge of the pool until my sitter found me. He left before she could get his name and didn’t see him again.

  53. I was taking a walk by a kinda seedy place in my old neighborhood (this was about 5 ish years ago) so i was walking by a park that was used by lots of people and it was getting kind of late in one of the houses nearby i heard shots. All i saw was red as I hit light speed going back into my house the news said someone was killed in that house from gunshots.

  54. As a kid, walked into a relative’s farm and didn’t realize where I was until I looked in front of me and there’s this massive bull looking like he was about to charge me. Out of instinct, I just ran and jumped *through* the barbed wire fence.

    Not only did I managed not to get my dumbass stuck on the fence, I got out of there just as the bull rushed past me. I even felt the breeze of it’s massive body passing by me.

  55. Earlier this week I had a massive DVT blood clot that went from my knee to my bellybutton area. Along with that I had bilateral PE’s. I thought I just had leg and back pain. I had to practically be dragged to the hospital. They told me if I wouldn’t have come in when I did I would’ve died.

  56. As I was born, I have a heart disease and a bunch of other med stuff, and I was born 3 months early and I had to have a open heart surgery at the age of 2 weeks and was in the Nicu for 11 weeks and put into a medically induced coma for a month and was on morphine for the entire time and was on a breathing machine? And when the doctors and nurses were taking me off the breathing machine I wasn’t breathing and almost died. Or the time I was going to commit not living by firearm my cat came up to me and looked straight at me and I couldn’t do it.

  57. Considering how often my stupid ass almost dies I have a long list to choose from.
    Let’s see, the one time me and my siblings were playing I was hanging off a weird step shelf when my sister on the cabinet across from me slowly began to fall, I grabbed her hand a was slowly brought down with her until I actually fell, in which she let go of me, ran off and I fell on my neck, looking like a misshapen L and then falling backwards into my closet and onto a bunch of toys. I cried like a little bitch, was dizzy and in pain, got scolded by my mom and then told her I did a black flip off my bed because I’m dumb.

    About five minutes after this disaster I walked over to mom whomst was now eating dinner, asked her in the tender huge bump on neck was normal, and then promptly got rushed to the hospital.

    I now have infrequent bouts of chronic back pain, that make it hard to carry large things in my back and my body is a tad bit more delicate despite the back therapy i had for almost 2 years.

    I’m only 14 turning 15 :/ this happened when I was 11.

    I’ve also tell off the side of my out of ground pool and smashed head first into concrete when I was around 6, I didn’t even cry, I just got up and went back in the pool with my big brother.
    I’ve also had said brother smash a glass door into my face when I was 2 or 3, jump on my mom’s and dad’s bed with me until I slipped and cut open my thigh/ass (it was glorious), I’ve feel off of trees laced with ice and hit the ground so hard my back cracked, I’ve jumped off trees so high where I probably should’ve dies but didn’t (I am beyond dumb), I’ve crashed my bike into so many things, including a large stick my brother held in front of me that made my bike somehow flip over and give me large tire marks on my stomach, and I’ve also feel onto the gravel in such a way where I had to take out a rock that was lodged in my elbow, I’ve stomped on wasp nest, swung vines that snapped and launched me into the unknown (aka my swamp), and a ton of more shit that if anyone wants to hear I can also list.

    God damn, I am surprised I didn’t get brain damage at one point.

  58. At 16 i got into a car accident where we flipped over several times and landed upside down. Neither of us were wearing seatbelts but we all managed to make it out without a scratch. I honestly think that i had a guardian angel with me that day.(my mom)

  59. I’ve almost kicked the bucket quite a few times. For starters, I was born physically disabled (I have arthrogryposis), and not too long after I was born needed I believe a blood transfusion or else I would’ve died. The second major time (I have a crappy immune system and would get sick a lot), was during a surgery to replace the rods I have in my back to keep my spine from curving. Apparently, during the surgery, I flatlined TWICE. The third (and hopefully last) time was a few years ago after a routine back surgery. A few days after the surgery I was getting ready to fall asleep when I suddenly started shaking uncontrollably. After a few days of this, I was finally admitted to the hospital with a heartbeat of 120 or something like that. Fast forward a few more days and it is discovered that I have some weird-ass super-virus. Now normally they’d pump you full of meds for a few days and you’d go home, right? Heh not for me I guess. Those few days I spent not going to the hospital made this process 10x worse. This virus ended up spreading throughout my entire body and the broviac (essentially a replacement iv that connects to your heart if you have crappy veins). On top of all this, there was only one known medicine that could “treat” it and it wasn’t even a guaranteed success. After 3 whole weeks of fighting with this shit, we finally contained the virus to my broviac and had it removed (which also could’ve killed me xD). A month or so after, I went to the doctor for a check-up and they told me that it’s a good thing we decided to remove the broviac because if it would’ve stayed in even a day longer, the virus would’ve spread throughout my body and killed me.

  60. Giving birth to my child

    When I was pregnant I was classed as high risk so I had to have scans every 2 weeks. And was consultant led. When I was 37 weeks I had a scan and found that I had a blockage in my umbilical cord. So I had to induced the next day I spent the next 2 days with them trying to start my labour off.

    Finally on the Wednesday they was able to kick starts contractions with them breaking my waters and putting my on a drip that intensifies contractions (made them constant) finally early Friday morning around 9:30am I wake to having given birth (naturally) but I (still) had no memory of it.

    I asked a doctor about why I couldn’t remember anything from the birth I wanted to know what happened.

    So when I was about 7 cm dilated everything went to hell. When ever my daughters heart rate dropped mine went up and when mine dropped hers went up. I started to hemorrhage badly when I finally gave birth I had lost almost 2 pints of blood. I had to have a blood transfusion and they stopped the bleeding. If I they didn’t start me off when they did. My (ex)partner would have had to make a choice on who to save.

    There was an investigation on why I lost so much blood. Turns out that i had an extremely low iron deficiency. They figured it out when I went to the toilet and my poop was white. They should have tested my blood when I went for a scan but they didn’t (NHS what can you do) after a week of observation we were allowed to go 2 years later we are both doing good. But have to take iron tablets for the rest of my life because of this.

    After this experience she will be my only child never want to go through that again. Because if I do I might not be so lucky

  61. I attempted suicide when I was 15. I took 2,500mg of Benadryl, about twice the lethal dose for someone my size. I had severe seizures and spent 2 days in the icu. According to my family I wasn’t unconscious, but I have zero recollection of those days. Had the paramedics arrived minutes later than they did, I probably wouldn’t have survived.

  62. I was at this water park with my family when i was like 7-8 years old and i was walking by this wavepool that sucked me underwater and i remember that kept trying to reach the surface but it didnt work and thus i passed out and next thing i know i am laying on the ground coughing up water with my dad next to me,

    I am not that big on believing in the afterlife but i swear that during the period that i was uncioncious i saw this bright light and i remember getting closer and closer to it but then i woke up and that has stuck with me ever since

  63. Motorbike crashed in winter when I was 17 yrs,nearly bleed to death.
    I don’t know if I crashed by myself or somebody crashed my motorbike.
    No memory at all.

    And car crashed when I was 5 yrs. I don’t even use seat belt. I was like porcupine with broken glasses.
    My right eye bad because of that accident.

  64. I almost drowned in a pool when I was about 9. Did a backflip in and couldn’t find the surface. No idea how long I was down there, but at some point I was thinking that this was it and I was overcome with a warm, peaceful feeling.

  65. Got invited to a house party. My wife got the invite but dropped her phone in a puddle, so she missed it. I got mine and reminded her. We hadn’t seen this group of friends in quite a while due to a nasty divorce between the host and her (paperwork pending) ex husband. We’re walking out of the door with my newborn daughter to head on over, when my sister in law randomly shows up at our house. We never made it to the party. But the ex husband showed up and killed all but a few people, including himself.

  66. Posted once before.

    TL:DR – nearly choked to death on a large sucker without the stick.

    I was a senior in high school and had bitten off the stick of a large round sucker. I was sucking on it while getting something out of my locker (the seniors had their own wing in the school) and a classmate said something funny, and I laughed…

    The sucker instantly went into my throat and I couldn’t breathe. She couldn’t hear me gasping (because I couldn’t) and she walked away. I was alone in the hallway and realized really quickly that this was bad… so I ran into a math teacher’s room pointing to my throat. He started trying to help me by smacking my back but he was instantly terrified himself. He ran to another teacher’s room to get help.

    I just remember the original teacher yelling, legit panic yelling, “Jesus fucking Christ Matt he’s turning blue! Do something!”

    This was actually the moment where I realized I was about to die. There was actually a ring of darkness surrounding my eyes and it kept creeping in and I was thinking, “this is embarrassing… but I won’t be alive to feel it so, cool.”

    I was bent over the trash can and both of them grabbed my feet and lifted me up in the air, so I was upside down (I’m 6’2″ and 205lbs – so glad they were stronk) and after that I was able to loosen the ball and it dropped out into the trash can. All three of us kind of just sat down for a minute, took a breather, and just went our own ways. We never spoke about it again and nothing came up of it. I just think we were all kind of mortified about it.

  67. This was about 7 years ago; I was an idiot, I jumped inside my school bus but I was falling short and tripped while trying to break my fall luckily my friend was there to catch me before…well before a white Corolla zoomed right past the spot I would’ve been lying and possibly be dead (sorry for the bad english, it’s not my primary language)

  68. Elephant on chest feeling

    Luckily I had aspirin within reach. Was practically paralyzed. Was finally able to sit up and move. Pretty terrifying experiencing something everyone knows could mean your heart is about to die.

  69. When I was 10 I biked on the Rail Trail and then for some dumb reason I decided I would go down this hill that had multiple turns and tall grass so I couldn’t see what was on the other side. So when I swerved to the right not knowing I had to stop to cross a road. Instead of crashing/getting run over by a car I crashed into a sign and dented it. Passed out for like 30 seconds so I didn’t get the fear of nearly dying.

  70. Few times mostly by hiking. First was in west texas. I was hiking alone and was coming down a mountain that required some scrambling, i lost my way while coming down and had my feet hanging over this ledge and i was hanging onto the rock i was sitting on just before i was about to step i realized that the rock below me was loose as hell and i would of gone over a 100ft cliff.

  71. first time I sat up too early and fast on a pool slide to the 12 foot and knocked myself out and almost drowned.

    second time I tried to run away and got knifed by a homeless guy in a bush.

    third time I almost got kidnapped at the mall by a later accused murder who offered me rick and morty comics and I was gonna go bc I was like 13 and well, rick and morty.

  72. I went backpacking in the Uintas, and was summiting King’s peak on the third day. We had set up base camp and were bringing lighter day packs up the the top and down. King’s peak gets daily afternoon thunderstorms and we had to move quickly. By the time we got up to the pass that connects the China Meadows trail with Silver Dollar Lake, there was a light sprinkle, but we were relatively close to the summit so we kept going. As we started getting higher and higher, the weather got steadily worse, and a huge fog bank rolled in. We got up to the summit, and by this time we could hear thunder getting pretty close. I stepped up to the rock marking the peak, and looked out into the fog towards base camp. All of the sudden a gust of wind cleared out the clouds obscuring my vision towards camp, and I found myself leaning over a 2000 ft drop on a steep, wet, shale shelf. I have never had vertigo before that instance, but right at that moment, the whole world seemed to spin and I passed out. I was woken up less than a minute later by my dad, and apparently I had just crumpled. If he hadn’t been standing right behind me I probably would have fell to my death. We got off the summit as quickly as possible, and less than 30 minutes later, the thunderstorm we had been hearing hit the peak. I still have never gotten vertigo since, and I remain unperturbed by steep drops, but that was one hell of an experience.

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