Bit of a filler post, but here are the things that are likely to land this website on the first page of a Google search.
The first numerical column is the number of times the site has appeared in a Google search for the term, the second numerical column the average placing of the page in the search (both are for the last month).
Unfortunately only the top 4 search terms (update: by which I mean the four at the bottom of this table) generate more than 10 click throughs. I don’t know what a “cartesian tyranny” is, but plainly I have also come close to cornering the market in that term also.
The Gwyneth Paltrow thing is a bit of a result, though seems to be very few people searching for her or clicking on her name. Come on Gwyn, give me some Google love…
- Not Feeling Lucky: Failed Google Searches (gadgets.gunaxin.com)
- Could 2012 finally be the Year of Linux? (trinaeaaross.wordpress.com)
- Google blogging (and beyond) in 2011 (googleblog.blogspot.com)
- Top Ten Reasons the 2012 Hype is Hype (wallacegsmith.wordpress.com)