Keywords, Search Engines, SEO, Learning, Placement

Note: this post is from eight years ago. Remember that. Search has changed amazingly since then.

Now here’s an arc I’ll bet you never thought you’d see; Joseph learning something.

Gosh, that could be taken as an egotistic remark. I don’t mean it as such. I meant that most people wouldn’t think they’d see someone experimenting so openly.

What the heck, most people probably don’t know me.

I wrote two posts yesterday, Why my Juanita Bynum post failed to get traction and Romney, Mitt Romney, Governor Romney, Social, Social Networks, Social Media, Video, Multimedia, TV, Advertising. The former was a ponderance of whether or not the ubiquity of netenic tools are evolving our language hence our thought structures, the latter was a test of same (at least the title of the post was a test of the same).

I queried some SEO folks about the former and my friend Jan Limpach of Cleveland search engine optimization firm Keyphrase-Marketing responded with “The fact we are having this conversation I think answers that. <g>”

Imagine my chagrin when I did a search today for the Romney, Mitt Romney, Governor Romney, Social, Social Networks, Social Media, Video, Multimedia, TV, Advertising post and learned that the post showed up as #1 on Google’s web listing (out of 440,000) and #1 on
their blog listing (out of 213) when I searched on governor
romney social networks
. Searching on just governor
romney
had the post as #5 out of 20,052 on the blogs. I stopped
looking for where the post showed up in the web listings.

As KMM Wisdom Keeper Easton Ellsworth wrote, “Nice headline, Joseph!”.

I’ll see how this post shows up in various search engines, then I’ll start incorporating human syntactical elements into the titles per some other suggestions Jan gave me. Lastly I’ll see if I can devise a pseudo-syntax that can act as a organic-inorganic thought translator…hey, wait a second. I already did that. That’s what Evolution Technology does at its base.

Never thought to apply it to this, though…hmm…

Oh, Joseph has a new toy! Joseph has a new toy!


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