The brrreeeport report

OK, it’s been a little more than two hours since I asked people to put “brrreeeport” on their blogs to “mess with the man” and build a new kind of directory. So, in that time I went out for sushi with Jeff Julian and John Alexander, co-founders of Geeks with Blogs. Great guys and we had a good time catching up on the blogging world. Anyway, while I was out a bunch of people posted. Have you figured out what I was up to yet?

Why, of course! It was an opportunity for me to try the blog search engines out!

So, here’s the brrreeeport report. You can participate. Just add the word “brrreeeport” to your blog. Or, even better, do that and then give it a tag too. So, anyway, it’s 7:57 p.m. Pacific Time so let’s look at what the search engines have found so far.

Google’s Blog Search has found nine blogs so far.
IceRocket has found none.
Feedster has found none.
Technorati finds five blogs so far. But only one blog (mine) has tagged itself with brrreeeport.
UPDATE: Technorati now finds 11 blogs at 8:36 p.m. (while Google still only finds nine).
UPDATE 2: Technorati finds 39 posts, same as Google’s blog search at 11:09 p.m.

None of the big three’s main search engines have found any so far.

And that’s the latest from brrreeeport! :-)

158 thoughts on “The brrreeeport report

  1. :D It’s amazing to see the power of Blogs and bloggers. They can create keywords that are actually effective just by gathering together and voicing their opinions.

    Very interesting experience. I will definitely be posting an article about this on my blog sometime soon.

    Thanks for the article. I enjoyed it.
    -Kate

  2. :D It’s amazing to see the power of Blogs and bloggers. They can create keywords that are actually effective just by gathering together and voicing their opinions.

    Very interesting experience. I will definitely be posting an article about this on my blog sometime soon.

    Thanks for the article. I enjoyed it.
    -Kate

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