Tangerine whiteboards

I’m at #SMMOC and conducting an experiment with unique content and search engine results. The assumption is that not too many people have covered tangerine whiteboards.

If I actually knew something about tangerine whiteboards then this is where I would write about that topic. Let’s pretend that most whiteboards come in other fruit varieties. If many blogs have already talked about apple whiteboards and orange whiteboards, then a blog post of tangerine whiteboards might be in high demand.

So the theory is that writing unique content will make your blog post rise to the top of search engine results when people search for that unique content. Here is the process:

  1. Write the blog post
  2. Hope that Google crawls this page within the next 60 minutes
  3. Search for tangerine whiteboards in Google
  4. Pray that this post comes up near the top of the search engine result page

5 thoughts on “Tangerine whiteboards

  1. First organic result for me… and basically the whole page after. This post, then your main blog URL, then your Twitter account – specifically the tweet mentioning it, then paper.li, then a couple twitoaster.com results. You have 7 out of 10 organic results on this term.

    • Cool. Thanks for checking, Anna. One strange thing is that neither Yahoo nor Bing have it on the first page. I'm not sure if that's a good or bad statement about them or the blog.

  2. Hey Kevin, it's 3 days later (March 1st.) and I see Tangerine Whiteboards as the second result on Bing but still nothing on the first 3 pages of Yahoo.

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