January 11, 2005

Google thinks Warwick bloggers are experts on…

According to Google, Warwick Blogs contains the writings of experts on many areas. In terms of numbers of referers from Google, the following are the most searched for pages in Warwick Blogs.

But the one that really got my attention was the fact that I have the 7th most relevant page in the world on bathroom renovation which points to this gallery

So, what's the moral of the story. If you don't want the world to find your stuff, make it private, Google will find it and think it is really important!

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  1. Steve Rumsby

    Out of interest, how did you figure these out?

    11 Jan 2005, 16:28

  2. I claim electrokinetic llamas at 1,2 AND 3.

    11 Jan 2005, 18:28

  3. I have access to lots of logs :)

    11 Jan 2005, 18:53

  4. John Dale

    I also have the #1 spot for 'Autology' although that's pretty unimpressive, since it's not a word in common usage and it necessarily appears in every one of my blog posts.

    11 Jan 2005, 21:13

  5. My favourite is:

    awesome dan

    Yes, I am officially awesome Dan.

    11 Jan 2005, 22:37

  6. Steve Rumsby

    I have access to lots of logs :)

    And the logs tell you what? When a page is visited from a Google search result? If so, then the list above is a list of pages that people have thought worth following after searching for something. Which is even more significant. Not only have these pages turned up in a Google search result, but somebody has been bothered to follow the link.

    12 Jan 2005, 10:25

  7. That's a good point Steve. No doubt there are lots of other search phrases that bring up Warwick Blogs pages at the top, but for some reason people genuinely seem to think these are pages worth visiting for that search! :)

    12 Jan 2005, 13:02

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