Monthly Archives: February 2011

Man Asks Yahoo Answers For Help Translating

I feel really bad for the person involved but this below Yahoo Answers question has to be one of the most interesting ones I’ve ever seen asked on the site. I really wonder how he was able to get this woman into bed without knowing one word of French? I suppose that would be another Yahoo Question as well.
Man Asks For French Translating Help From Yahoo Answers

Text From Above:
How do you say this phrase in french?

I would like to be able to say this in french:
I am sorry that I have gotten you pregnant but really, it’s kind of your fault for not believing in birth control or abortions, I must travel back to the United States where my wife and family are missing me. I may travel back one day to see the child.
Please translate quickly, my plane leaves in 7 hours.
Picture courtesy of SomeEcards.com

Scent of an NBA All Star

Los Angeles Lakers forward Lamar Odom and his wife Khloe Kardashian recently unveiled their own unisex cologne called “Unbreakable.” The Basketball Jones thought this might be the start of a trend, so they went down to Media Day to ask NBA All-Stars: If you had your own scent, what would you name it? Check out their hilarious responses.

TBJ LA: Scent of an All-Star from The Basketball Jones on Vimeo.

Video courtesy of Vimeo

Name Something You Pass Around

Okay so you’re on Family Feud and you’re really nervous and then Steve Harvey asks you, “We’ve got the top 6 answers on the board. Name something that gets passed around?” There’s loads of things that could instantly come to your head but this one I have to admit is awesome.

Video courtesy of YouTube

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Rap

I never knew how amazing SEO could sound when you sing it in a rap song about “Page Rank”. This is definitely a must see video for anyone who is remotely interested in internet marketing or search engine optimization professionals.


Lyrics:
Chuck back again so tell me what you thank,
new song new dance I call it the Page Rank,
so you want to get the listing,
in the top position,
if you pay attention I can show you how to get it,
start with your content, I done said it before,
250 words per page and you good to go,
add headers and titles,
cross links are vital,
make it easy to read use list items,
keyword rich is how its meant to be,
make sure you have good keyword density,
double check your navigation make sure your links function,
by order of importance I call it link sculpting,
unique meta information for all the pages,
trying to make sure you cover all the bases,
all text links should include keyphrases,
make sure you put the links in the right places,
inbound links are what you should be chasing,
great content and good link baiting,
make people link to the site you created,
to do that you gotta have great information,
I’m a tell you something else that works wonders,
Yahoo directory it cost 300
if you a dealer get links from distributors,
if you provide a service get content contributors,
it always helps to get links from manufacturers,
your links should always be adding not subtracting,
link quality is better than link quantity,
get valuable links thats a good link policy,
some people swap links I don’t recommend it,
others buy links well I wouldn’t spend it,
keyword stuffing is not a good practice,
if you doing that you’ll get stuck like a cactus,
do it the right way and be enthusiastic,
and over time your results will be fantastic,
pay attention class,
you need to act fast,
make a mad dash to the first instead of last,
take out your competition like trash,
and watch your page rank raise higher than gas…
Video courtesy of YouTube.

1800 PRU EASY

I’m testing something to see how long it would take me to rank for 1800 PRU EASY. If you had to guess how hard it would be to rank for 800-PRU-EASY, how long do you think it would take? I’m pretty sure that I’ll appear on the first page of Google for 800 PRU EASY within 24 hours. What do you think?

EDIT: This page is now ranking for 1800 PRU EASY, 800-PRU-EASY, and 1800-PRU-EASY within 10 minutes of posting. Wow, that was easy.

Keenan Cahill & The New York Knicks – GO NY GO!

This kid is everywhere. He’s doin songs with Paulie D, 50 Cent, and now he gets to hang out with Landry Fields and Andy Rautins (the guy who never plays) and sing GO NY GO? I’m so jealous. Must watch for any New York Knicks Fan. YouTube sensation Keenan Cahill takes on “GO NY GO” with Knicks Landry Fields, Andy Rautins and the Knicks City Dancers

Video courtesy of YouTube

Don’t Mess With An SEO

Upset boyfriends and girlfriends are nothing new. There are plenty of stories of girlfriends getting back at their ex-boyfriends for mistreatment and visa versa. But in the age where Google ranks supreme, you do not want to mess with a girl who knows how to manipulate Google.

One guy learned this the hard way.

Apparently, a disturbed ex-girlfriend took her ex-boyfriend’s professional taken picture and polluted it all over Google Images for a search on his name. You can see the Google Image search spam yourself by clicking here or in the screen shot below:

Payback Via Google Images

There has to be dozens of the same image, all with little notes from the girl written all over them. I won’t name the individual or the notes but it is a bit interesting to see upset ex-couples use Google Images as payback.

I suspect the images will be dropping out of Google shortly simply because it seems like the image sources have been removed from the servers they were hosted on.

As per the complaint thread started by the boy’s mother at Google Webmaster Help, the mother was extremely upset about this. She said:

My minor son’s ex-girlfriend took a copyrighted picture of him (we own copyright) and uploaded it more than 60 times to a website. On each image she wrote slanderous, defamatory and pornographic captions. The webmaster of the site states he removed the images 6 weeks ago, but Google Search still shows all the images. My son is so stressed out and embarrassed and we’ve done everything we can to get images off of Google including URL removal tool, a letter to Google Legal with all the URLs because of copyright infringement, and nothing has worked!

You see, she knew to have the source site remove the images but Google still has them in their index. The issue is that although the images appear to be gone, the URLs they are sourced via are actually returning a 200 status code, which to Google means they are still there. They need to return a page not found status code, and they do not.

Lesson? Before you upset your girlfriend or boyfriend, make sure they do not know how Google works. Oh, and never mess with an SEO.

Forum discussion at Google Webmaster Help.

Article courtesy of SERoundTable

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