For some reason, you experienced a surge of motivation for that behavior (playing the guitar). You may have had a vague interest in learning how to play classical guitar for years, but you haven't searched for a guitar, a teacher, an instructional...
In the case of a search on "jaguar", a user could be looking for the car, the animal, the guitar, or the operating system. From Google's perspective you might think of this as "Index Deserves Quality" (note I am sure they would not call it that...
What of the Jaguar OS or the Jaguar guitar? We can't get access to the raw calculations that Google uses to determine search ranking order, but what if these results are influenced by QDD? What we found is that there is a good chance that the...
And an audio file would be a better result for someone wishing to learn how to tune a guitar. Quite simply, Google was not designed specifically to drive traffic to websites as some seem to think. If you take out the antiquated references to push...
Les Paul GoogleGuitar Logo Lets You Play, Record Cold, Cold Heart’ In honor of the anniversary of the opening, today you can grab your ticket on Google’s home page and enjoy the worldwide premiere of a new animated Google Doodle.
In what just might be the coolest interactive Google Doodle ever featured, their logo is replaced with a synth you can actually play, record, and share right from the homepage, similar to last year’s amazingly popular playable Les Paul guitar logo.
Florida is there with oranges and a guitar, the midwest seen through the cowboy hat wearing horse, there is baseball and a house with a white picket fence with an American looking car out front. This year marks the 12th Doodle dedicated to US...
In the spring of 2008, Dave and his band, the Sons of Maxwell, were traveling to Nebraska for a one-week tour and his Taylor guitar was seen being thrown by United Airlines baggage handlers in Chicago.
Google's special playable guitar logo in tribute of Les Paul's birthday was so popular yesterday that Google decided last night to keep the interactive Doodle up on their homepage for another day. Checkout this rendition of Hey Jude, by the Beatles...
The free apps include Falling Down, Super Guitar Solo, Super History Eraser, Photo Editor, Super Ringtone Maker, Super Sex Positions, Hot Sexy Videos, Chess, Hilton Sex Sound, Screaming Sexy Japanese Girls, Falling Ball Dodge, Scientific...
But, to highlight radio's entertainment value, SES attendees can compete at the popular Guitar Hero game for a chance to win any of several prizes, including a Carnival cruise certificate for two, Sirius radios and valuable radio memorabilia.
So even if the football team had 30 different sites that by pure traditional link and content analysis should occupy the top 30 slots in the results, the search engines recognize the ambiguity of the user's search query, and so they make sure that...
If you haven't seen the "United Breaks Guitars" video, the gist is that a guy named David Carroll witnessed United Airline baggage handlers throwing his guitar. And sure enough, his $3,500 guitar was broken.
From learning how to play guitar to making a burning laser to solving a Rubik's Cube to dropping a bunch of Mentos into a two-liter bottle of Diet Coke. Maybe they've read how Google purchased it for $1.65 billion?
Guitar Hero Source: Google, 2007 Recaps from Google, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, and Lycos highlight the trends that came and went over the course of 2007. Top Google Searches, 2007 Google News Most Popular Searches (Global)
But over at Ask, every listing in the first results is related in
some way, either to my article, or to how they apply to a programming issue, or
to the idea of guitar tabs you use to play the song Invisible.
Muller discussed a revenue share partnership deal with WD Music, a 28-year veteran in the guitar parts industry. Google Buy Shines Spotlight on Web 2.0. Brazil Questioning Google & Orkut Over Illegal Activity.
The query rickenbacker (Ask Jeeves Pictures, Google Images, MSN Search, Yahoo Images) proved more interesting, as it could refer either to the famous World War I flying ace or to a guitar. While it's true that neither Google nor Yahoo had a picture...
Some of these include:
powershot s200 (Amazon)
dvd players (eBay)
fishing rods (eBay)
guitar straps (eBay)
pentium iii (eBay)
bubble gum (Both)
six feet under (Both)
oliver stone (Both)