68 thoughts on “Weird things I show up for on Google #438

  1. I checked the search now and TMZ.com (the site that broke the story, I believe) is #1 now; not sure if it was before. Robert, my guess is that you were an an early poster about this, but I see plenty of good results when I did the search.

  2. I checked the search now and TMZ.com (the site that broke the story, I believe) is #1 now; not sure if it was before. Robert, my guess is that you were an an early poster about this, but I see plenty of good results when I did the search.

  3. Matt: weirder things have happened. But, I don’t like people who are anonymous and don’t stick their own info out there. Chris Coulter, for instance, sent tons of journalists regular updates that were really great (I’ve gotten at least 1,000 emails from Chris over the years, which were just like a blog).

    LayZ only takes potshots at other people. I wonder if he does any real work. I sure would love to be able to see what the quality of his work is that he turns into his boss, cause he sure expects perfection here. Interesting expectation for someone who won’t even post his real name or employer.

  4. Matt: weirder things have happened. But, I don’t like people who are anonymous and don’t stick their own info out there. Chris Coulter, for instance, sent tons of journalists regular updates that were really great (I’ve gotten at least 1,000 emails from Chris over the years, which were just like a blog).

    LayZ only takes potshots at other people. I wonder if he does any real work. I sure would love to be able to see what the quality of his work is that he turns into his boss, cause he sure expects perfection here. Interesting expectation for someone who won’t even post his real name or employer.

  5. Scobles check out the SERP :

    “This set off a tirade by Scoble, who called for Richards to be fired and deriding the journalist as a “slimeball.” This depite the fact that Richards, …”

    The key terms returned the highest page value in the indexes.. and thus top spot for your page…

    So no big deal..its not magic or funky in anyway !!

  6. Scobles check out the SERP :

    “This set off a tirade by Scoble, who called for Richards to be fired and deriding the journalist as a “slimeball.” This depite the fact that Richards, …”

    The key terms returned the highest page value in the indexes.. and thus top spot for your page…

    So no big deal..its not magic or funky in anyway !!

  7. @20, That’s a nice “I’m allowed to do sloppy work” clause you have there. What is it you said about a blog being your resume? Hmmmmm…

  8. @20, That’s a nice “I’m allowed to do sloppy work” clause you have there. What is it you said about a blog being your resume? Hmmmmm…

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