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February 20, 2012, 08:36:25 AM
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Whether we know it or not, or whether you purposely do it or not, each time we incorporate a keyword or key phrase in our posts, it inevitably has the positive effect of having somebody stumble upon Bitcoin while they're searching Google for a completely unrelated term. For instance, in a post earlier today I purposely incorporated the names of two French restaurants located in the UK--Le Gavroche and Ratatouille. By doing such, I've increased Bitcoin's awareness by some fraction of one percent. For sake of illustration purposes, let's call it 1/1,000th of 1%. Thus, for every 1,000 posts on BitcoinTalk injected with a keyword or key phrase, albeit used naturally, has the added effect of increasing Bitcoin's awareness by 1%.

Of course, this is not a new revelation, but my hope is that by sharing this information, users here who were not aware of this fact, coupled with users who are, will start consciously injecting popular, and even non-popular, search terms in their posts, knowing now that someday, somebody will discover Bitcoin when they were Googling, let's say, a baseball player by the name of Christian Haupt.

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February 20, 2012, 09:02:46 AM
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'not' quotes are the most annoying thing ever. i wish Google could distinguish between a keyword hit and an anti keyword hit.

like when i want to search for "how to do xyz" and it returns a million pages that tell me "how not to do xyz".

p.s. when will disney on ice accept bitcoins?

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'not' quotes are the most annoying thing ever. i wish Google could distinguish between a keyword hit and an anti keyword hit.

like when i want to search for "how to do xyz" and it returns a million pages that tell me "how not to do xyz".

p.s. when will disney on ice accept bitcoins?


My guess would be about the same time that Manilla.com does.

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February 20, 2012, 09:35:10 AM
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Unfortunately, serious SEO requires access to the underlying page script, like META tags and the like. At least that was the case back when I was a Notepad web warrior.

I would also like to see game companies like Blizzard, makers of the popular MMORPG World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, and Diablo III, accept bitcoin. Not to mention Mojang, creators of the highly popular open world creative game Minecraft, and Cobalt, a game that is not Minecraft. Also, Scrolls, a game that is often confused with Bethesda Softwork's The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which is not Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.

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February 20, 2012, 09:53:42 AM
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I repeatedly am surprised how often something bitcoin-related appears in my search results when performing searches.  Even with completely unrelated topics sometimes.

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February 20, 2012, 02:17:08 PM
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I repeatedly am surprised how often something bitcoin-related appears in my search results when performing searches.  Even with completely unrelated topics sometimes.

google's filter bubble  Embarrassed

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February 20, 2012, 03:19:23 PM
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I repeatedly am surprised how often something bitcoin-related appears in my search results when performing searches.  Even with completely unrelated topics sometimes.
It's because Google remembers what you have searched for in the past, and attempts to offer you "relevant" information on subsequent searches. If you are creeped out by this, I would suggest that you try duckduckgo.

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February 20, 2012, 05:58:52 PM
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I repeatedly am surprised how often something bitcoin-related appears in my search results when performing searches.  Even with completely unrelated topics sometimes.
It's because Google remembers what you have searched for in the past, and attempts to offer you "relevant" information on subsequent searches. If you are creeped out by this, I would suggest that you try duckduckgo.

Could you imagine duckduckgo having the Peabody Ducks as their mascot?

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