2012-10-31 15:36:07.420922-07 by Dan Lyke 5 comments
Google returns no results for the quoted string "ravishes of thyme". This must be rectified.
As of this writing, 3 results for "radishes of thyme". It'll be interesting to see how fast this propagates.
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If the key phrase were in the URL and the title, it gets some more google mojo. Will abuse chugalug,org and lets see the results.
congrats you created a Google whack....TV idea pitch self Sci-fi food show called Thyme Travel with Alton Brown's yet to be born great grandson.
Chugalug beat your ranking, but I am not either propogate across the internet quickly. If you go looking, you'll note the link with the phrase in the title and the URL got top billing.
Does this make me an SEO expert?
Did I mess up your experiment? (My apologies, if I did..)
Let me get in on this. :)
Heh, I ousted Meuon and in the process discovered someone mirroring my posts. Now I'm flattered.
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