I have said many a time that
“Google is your Friend”
and I will gladly
say it again
“Google is your Friend“!
Google’s Search Engine has consistently picked up our posts and referred people our way. Their Andriod Search platform also refers people to this site. Now Google Play Newsstand has joined in. I am humbled and extremely appreciative. Thank You, Google.
This reminds me of something which happened in the past. After I closed our Zenfolio site, I received an email from a Google Search Engine employee. He informed me that Google’s Search Engine was finding a problem with our Zenfolio site and that they wanted to make me aware of it. 404 page not found errors were coming up. That email blew me away. It also showed me the Corporate Culture at Google focuses on and really does care about their customers. All of us using the internet are Google’s customers.
Thank You, Google !!!!!
As a way of getting my mind to shift to something positive, I try to post about things which our Readers would normally not come across. I love Matt Drudge‘s site called Drudge Report. IMHO, one key to his success is that one does not know what to expect each day when visiting the Drudge Report.
The last couple of posts found here showcase two amazing “Commercials” from Europe. Both are wonderful Works of Art and are true Eye Candy.
Do a Google search on the following : Dom Perignon “Cabaret”.
Google has our post as being the 2nd from the top. Harpers Bazaar is huge and beat us to the top spot. Our post beat out a post on the Wall Street Journal and also on the Fashion Week Daily. It is not easy to get on the front page of Google Search results. To be one of the top three results is something to celebrate.
The other Search engines like Duck Duck Go, Yahoo and Bing may pick up our posts after about a week. Google visits us at least once per day. Thank You again Google, You just changed my day.
Posted by: Vincent Banial
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It wasn’t till I started this WordPress Blog that my learning curve went parabolic. I had been keeping the blog on my photo site for months. I did not give much thought to SEO or Keywords and Tags. The theme layout bothered me, but I found it frustrating when trying to customize it. When something worked I left it alone, fearing that I might break it.
Sure it all worked but I never realized how much better it could look, nor how many more people could actually find out about the photo site. That has all now changed.Since starting up this WordPress Blog and a clone on Blogger as a test, a whole new world has opened up.