SB has been around for nearly three months. In that time I’ve managed to cover nearly 1,300 topics in over 70 posts and probably in the neighborhood of 10,000 words, the size of a short book. Naturally, that’s caused some disparate search engine traffic. Today I want to share the highlights of those searches with you. For one, it’s funny. For another, it’s yet another lazy-ass way to put a post together.
These findings are based on Google searches, as Bing and the others didn’t have a lot of material to work with. I know many of you were looking for something other than a silly-ass blog from Idaho, so I’m trying to help out with some facts about the topics you really want to read about. I’ve already covered SB’s top search query, “gr8tits2play,” several times. I’m not going to discuss that further today.
Main Street Guitar Company
Despite being mentioned a grand total of once here before today, SB appears as the third link in a Google search for this term. That tells me there’s not a whole hell of a lot of information on this company.
It appears Main Street Guitar Company is (or more likely, was) based in Cedar City, Utah, of all places. The company has no web site, and every indication is the Cedar City location is no longer in business. As for my Main Street bass, it was made in China. I can tell because the sticker on the back of the headstock clearly says so.
My phone battery is charging. You’re just gonna have to trust me on this one.
As for the quality, I can tell you I paid well under $100 for my instrument used. Glean from that what you will.
History Wednesday’s top contribution to Google appears to be its account of the hapless 16th Century Russian czar. SB makes a first-page appearance for the term, ahead of entries from such august scholastic organizations such as, um, Answers.com.
Feodor would be 455 years old if he were alive today. How about that?
As for Feodor’s much better-known father, Ivan the Terrible … yeah. I have my SEO work cut out for me on that one.
Honey Boo Boo
Uh oh. Google’s webmaster tools tell me SB has an average search rank of 11th for this train wreck. Thankfully, an actual search proves this isn’t the case. Google doesn’t even have me in the first 10 pages …
… yet. Oh, this could get ugly.
Image credit: ~AngryDogDesigns
My Favorite Search Terms
Of course, not all the search terms that stick around here have any staying power. Many are simply hilarious, such as:
“desirable outcome carnival cruise triumph”
“when did a trading post at moose factory get stupid”
“has anybody really thought about the logistics to the movie air bud”
“strom thurmond takes a dump”
“do cats try crap on astro turf”
“ghaddafi leisure suit”
“what in the hell is going on at idaho state university”
“The last time I saw people covered in that much feces they were touring the White House with Al Roker!”
Beautiful. Keep it up, y’all.
Oh yeah, for fans of SEO, “gr8tits2play.” Ha, ha!