My other blog, Flitting Through the Internet (you haven't forgotten that one, have you?), doesn't end up as a result for many Google searches (yet). However, after writing a post about various musicals on the horizon (including Gone With the Wind) yesterday, Flitting came up as a result for a number of Google searches today - all looking for Hugh Jackman.
Now, Hugh Jackman is probably not as popular a Google search as, say, B. Spears, whom I won't spell out because my blog has nothing to do with her. But, I've written a few posts that mention Hugh Jackman - since Hugh Jackman has been in both musicals and movies that we like. Hugh Jackman keeps turning up in movies such as Kate and Leopold, or Flushed Away. So, every time Hugh Jackman is mentioned in one of my posts, I get lots of searches. Hugh Jackman is a (deservedly) popular performer.
But, I wonder how Google searches work. If you mention the search phrase, say, "Hugh Jackman," more often in your post, do you end up further up on the search? Are you more likely to be found if you refer to the searched item, say "Hugh Jackman" frequently? Even if (Hugh Jackman) it has nothing to do with the rest of your sentence (Hugh Jackman) or post? One could meaninglessly repeat (Hugh Jackman) a word or phrase (Hugh Jackman) over and over, for (Hugh Jackman) no apparent reason. Would that help you as a search result (Hugh Jackman)?
Now, this post (Hugh Jackman) is about Google searches, not, for instance, Hugh Jackman. However, if you found this post because you were looking for information, photos or videos of Hugh Jackman, I suppose you deserve a productive Google, Hugh Jackman, result. So, here are some links to click on.
Have I mentioned that the days are longer and the daffodils are blooming!
[Apologies to Mr. Jackman who, by the few accounts I've read, seems to be a pretty decent guy.][And apologies to those looking for Hugh Jackman pictures who may be disappointed to get Harvey Fierstein in drag instead.][Such are the vagaries of the internet.]
[And, of course, if you were looking for Harvey Fierstein in drag, you're quite happy now. If you want to see two of him, click on the picture, then you can move the new little window over next to his picture and you get a Fierstein mini-chorus-line.]