In my daily googling today, I searched for “social network revolt” to find some articles on the Digg HD-DVD AACS key controversy that occurred at the beginning off the week. To my surprise, the post I wrote early in the morning on May 2nd, “A Social Network Revolt:; Numbers, Banned on Digg.com” came up as the top hit. Even more surprising, my post beat out articles on the same topic from some of the “big dogs”, for instance mashable.com and computerworld.com. Apparently, the value of a good, relevant title does help increase a blog’s search ranking along with unique good content.
A pretty cool surprise considering I was looking for other people’s articles on the topic. I’ll be posting an essay from my fundamentals of marketing on the perception and value of salespeople and how the best salespeople are honest and authentic later tonight or early tomorrow morning, so I will keep this post short, just wanted to share a personal achievement.