I put this SEO Infographic together for the company I work for—Goldmart.com—to illustrate some of the relationships between SEO channels. The chart and the following explanations assume at least a moderate level of SEO knowledge and/or experience. Beginning at the top left, they are: Continue reading
Just as a matter of form, I’ve been categorizing and tagging posts on my blog, Scribe Site, assuming it would simply make it easier for visitors to conduct in-site searches.
Boy, was I wrong! It turns out that Google not only indexes content, but the tags and categories for each blogpost.
A short while ago I Googled myself (roger scime) and discovered a couple of surprises on the first page of the SERPs.
The first surprise:
Wow! I hadn’t expected that. I clicked the link and this is what was returned:
There’s the tag: “algonquin round table.”
I checked my SERPs again, and found this:
which led to this:
That was something I’d posted just the day before yesterday, regarding the outage of Amazon’s server farm: the first page of Google’s SERPs. Is that cool, or what?
Now, this may be something that’s been known about in the blogging community for a while, but it came as a surprise to me.
If anybody knows of other Google surprises, please let me know via the comment box at the end of this post.