Unusually high rankings

Saul noticed that a Google search for his film company turned up an old reference to the then unresolved issue of the use of my Lou Lenart bio. Since that resolved comfortably, I went back and edited the post. Although I don’t like editing posted content, what Google was picking up was not fair.

(Watch closely as I cleverly segue….)

I’ve been covering the Net for a dozen years, but I don’t understand how my 101 blog ranks so highly on some fairly ordinary searches. Saul and the company don’t have much of a Net presence, so my site’s prominence in a search for their names isn’t surprising.

I can’t understand some other results. I only get a dozen or two hits per day, and only four or five other sites out there link to me. There’s no reason 101 should be Google’s second highest ranking for “narcotic nose itch”, or third for “mice and tendonitis”, or seventh for “things to do tomorrow”.

That’s just strange.

3 thoughts on “Unusually high rankings

  1. This is a test…

    to see if you read your comments, and if your comments get picked up by Google searches.

    pickled onions and potatoe cream soup

    now let’s test!

  2. Actually, I realized I spelt it wrong…

    and then googled it. And found lotsa sites with potatoe in them. So I decided to leave it that way 😛

    It looks cooler anyways!

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