If you search for Monet in google, my blog is not to be found. (okay, so I only looked at the first 20 pages of search results.
If you search for Monet in Yahoo search, my blog is not to be found.
If you search for Monet in Dogpile, my blog is not to be found.
IF you search for Monet knitting, my blog comes up in the google search results – on the third page of them.
I have only five references to Monet on my blog — four of which reference the Monet colorway of RedHeart Acrylic, and one which references Claude Monet, impressionist painter.
So why is Monet the top search engine term that brings people to my blog? It beats out ‘calorimetry knit’ by 150 some hits. On a KNITTING blog, fer crying out load.
Are you diligent Monetphiles out there searching through hundreds of pages of search engine results to find my opinion on La Japonaise?
How does one get that kind of statistic? Maybe I shouldn’t ask. Maybe I’d be too horrified…
so, i’m dying to know if your blog on monet, listing monet many many many times actually brought you higher in your ranking for “monet”? smile.
I guess openpalm was right- I googled “monet knit” and your blog was second on the FIRST PAGE!
and with this post, too.
LOL – the law of unintended consequences, I suppose.
Maybe I should start a weekly Monet posting – Monday Monet, perhaps, to satisfy all these mysterious searchers.