New game, new rules! I have tried to make the rules tougher! Here is some context and history. Search for your site on Google: site:elkement.blog Pick the first search result in the language of your site[*] Pick a chain of words, a contiguous snippet from this Google search result (use only the snippet on the […]Read More The Subtle Power of the Top Snippet. A New Sub-Genre of Google Poetry.
Bing has done so repeatedly: In order to learn more about this fundamental confusion I investigated my Bing search terms. [This blog has now entered the phase of traditionally light summer entertainment.] Rules: Raw material: Search terms shown in Bing Web Master Tools for any of my / our websites. Each line is a search […]Read More Bing Says We Are Weird. I Prove It. Using Search Term Poetry.
Our self-sufficiency quota for electrical energy is 30%, but what about the garden? Since I haven’t smart metered every edible wildflower consumed, I resort to Search Term Poetry and random images. This is a summer blog post, lacking the usual number crunching and investigative tech journalism. (Search terms are from WordPress statistics and Google Tools) […]Read More Self-Sufficiency Poetry
I promised more experimental internet poetry — here it is! The problem: Spam comments have petered out, their number seems to scale with posting frequency. The quality of search terms for this blog has improved, and most terms are technical and dull. I turned to untapped raw material – finally I know what last year’s […]Read More Blinded by the Light: Links Not Considered Click-Worthy
… via search terms submitted by blog visitors, of course! This is a cross-over of search term poetry and using search terms for serious investigations: A collection of phrases from 2015 WordPress statistics, plus comments [in italics and bold]. As usual, phrases are unedited except from truncations at beginning and end, and I have added […]Read More What the Internet Asks of Me
This is Search Term Poetry created from terms harvested in the second quarter. I even owe the post’s title to a valuable searcher. As usual, all lines are taken from search terms in WordPress Stats – no editing allowed except for truncation at the beginning and the end of phrases. But I could not resist […]Read More Crowdsourcing Poetry (Again)
Dear Google, you do still encrypt your search results. As a security enthusiast I should like this but I rather suspect you want me to use your AdWords tools. Please stop showing me ads for your “starter package” on all social networks, and give me the raw material for my poetry back. For now I […]Read More Search Term Poetry – Spring Edition