Sunday, June 17, 2007

The truth is out there... Google for it idiot!!

One of the most lucrative professions of the future will be teaching people the knack of getting the right " search keywords". If you can master Google search "keywords" you can make millions teaching those who run from pillar to blog post searching for things from Paris Hilton underwear to Brad Pit sperm.Dont believe me? Just take a look at the "keywords" that bought some people to my blog today. Please do consider taking this up as a profession and you may just bring eternal rest to the bhatakthi aatmas of the cyber world.

11 comments:

Rockus said...

Hilarious! :))

I still have people coming to my blog after searching for 'compromising' pictures of Kavya Madhavan. (courtesy: a single post in which I reviewed the movie Ananthabhadram)

Fleiger said...

Hmm, given that list, you either write about mallu (and other) recipies or how to get friendship of mallu ladies or how to close SBI account...

Ok, I am officially lost now. Is this a cooking blog or "that kind" of blog or public-service blog or a story blog?

Nariyal Chutney said...

You are still lucky , I have to censor a lot of search items that thae take people to my blog because I mentioned shakeela in one of my posts :( .These lists that come in the statistics is the moment of truth for each blogger :). Something to laugh about and something to think about :D .

Jay Sun said...

LOL :)

Anonymous said...

The profession of efficient searching is something mentioned in the book --World is Flat ..by Thomas L Friedman.......good if u havnt already read the book....
AP

silverine said...

rockus: I get more "compromising " keywords at poomanam :)

fleiger: Better to keep people confused ;)

nariyal: I get more interesting keywords at Poomanam, the lastest being "cross dressed husbands" :p

jaysun: :)

AP: Will check it out :)

Ajith said...

Actually many of them will make sense when u think from a different perspective.. As an example,
look at this keyword in your report
" mallus blogs weddings" -- Now, try to think what the guy was trying to search for.. He could have been searching for blogs describing mallu weddings..Or he could have been searching for mallus who got to know through blogs and married later :) ..Or some other perspective which we may not be able to visualize from our perspective.. What google is trying to do is to match the users intentions to the appropriate content.. Now, obviously there will be a gap when user thinks something and he's not really able to map those thoughts or intentions into appropriate keywords..Add to that, the gap caused by the computational approach of google to the real intentions of keywords.. Hence, some erroneous results are bound to come.. It actually depends on how we interpret the keywords that show up in report.. and how we understand the intentions behind those keywords..In 80 % of the cases, it'll make some sense..

-- Sorry for being a bit technical in explanation..But actually, I'm reading a lot on this subject..so , couldnt help :D..

Ajith

mathew said...

work is worship in hindi!!Lol!!..

well a genius could only search for that one!!

Fleiger said...

Yes, if you can't confuse them, then you have to do something or other (I may be a nit rusty on my English quotes since I started getting them off a website). And now that you have mentioned The PH and BP names, I won't be surprised to hear those names in the list next time round.

I remember the post on Silverine... Maybe a refresher post is in order.

rebel said...

WTF is moonlight soon sonia!!! LOL...

?bLeAk?!! said...

:( couldnt find your blog, searching for appam and stew recipe..

maybe my heart was not in it..
why dont you have a kerala chicken curry post?