The Great Search Engine Experiment Revisited Who is the Coolest Guy in the Universe


A recent Search Engine Experiment Demonstrates how by combining Key Word Rich Web Pages and Blog Entries (for a Highly Targeted Keyword Phrases) with Article Submissions to Top Ranked Article Directories anyone can Dominant the First Page of the Search Results in the Big 3 Search Engines.

Recently I did a search engine Experiment where I decided to Brand Myself the Coolest guy in the Universe. A few interesting facts about this experiment Follow.

In Less then 24 Hours Yahoo had Ranked Me #1 for the Phrase Coolest Guy in the Universe. A Few hours later a Yahoo search on "Coolest Guy in the Universe" and I was Nowhere in Sight.

Really wanting that Top Spot I decided to Kick it up a Notch so I created a few more Key word Rich web pages and a few More blog entries Pointing to these web Pages. Success at last a #1 Spot in Yahoo and a #2 Spot in MSN was secured and maintained.

Google was not as cooperative. Google having a Slightly tougher Page Rank Algorithm was just not cooperating and a doing a Search on Coolest Guy in the Universe turned up a Big Blank for Mike Makler. He was no where to be seen in the first 5 Pages on Google.

Being a Head strong Person and really wanting a Top Ranking in Google, I Decided to kick it up yet another Notch. I submitted an Article detailing My search engine strategy to a few Article Directories. Within a Day or so of doing this I had a Top Spot in Google for the Keyword Phrase The Coolest Guy in the Universe. (Actually it was My Article on a Popular Article Submission Directory that had the Top Spot)

Success at last, Now if you type in Coolest Guy in the Universe in the Big 3 Search Engines (Google, MSN and Yahoo) Not only am I #1, But I have a Majority of the Links on the First Page of results for these Search Engines.

I am Not Rejoicing just yet their appears to be a Lone Holdout. Ask Jeeves (http://ask.com) doesn't seem to be cooperating with Me. At the time of this Writing I am only #3 in Ask Jeeves. According to Many Sources Ask Jeeves is the 4th Largest Independent Search Engines (That don't use the Big 3 For their Results). It seems that Ask Jeeves is using a Tougher Algorithm to crack (at least for Me) then the others.

The results of this experiment seem to point out that one of the Fastest ways to achieve and maintain a top Search engine Placement in the Big 3 is to combine Keyword Rich web pages with Targeted Article Submissions to High Page rank Article Sites.

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Mike Makler has been Marketing Online Since 2001 When he Built an Organization of over 100,000 Members using Permission Based E_Mail Marketing Methods
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