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February 21, 2006

Googling Robert "Scoble"

Everyone has probably tried Googling his or her full name, but what does it mean when you Google your first name and you turn up on the number one spot on Google?

Conduct a search on Google for the name “Robert,� and Robert Scoble’s blog Scobleizer will pop up in the number one spot. Robert Scoble has been working hard out there in the blogosphere. Every time he posts a comment his url appears on a blogger’s website with the keywords “Robert Scoble.�

If that’s not a demonstration of the power of blogs for links, I don’t know what is.

Where do you come in the one name Google search game?

Robert Scoble Google Results.JPG

Posted by johncass at February 21, 2006 6:10 PM

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# 15. But I'm neither as pretty or as talented as Leslie Sansone. Maybe I should start walking more.

Posted by: Mike Sansone at February 21, 2006 6:31 PM

Mike tells me he searched on Sansone rather than Mike, and came up 15.

How about your first name?

Posted by: john cass at February 21, 2006 7:37 PM

#114! I suck! Or, actually, considering how many Jasons there are in the world, I guess that's not so bad after all. Note, by the way, that the most popular "Jason" blogger is Jason Kottke, who shows up as #3. Oh, and I did one just on my last name as well, and came up #1, so that was pretty cool.

Posted by: Jason Pettus at February 22, 2006 12:33 PM

Hmmm... I wonder if we can develop a ratio between the number of Jason's in the world and where you appear on Google? Might give us an influence ratio. Not sure what that means, but I do think that having the number one spot on your first name, especially if its a common name. Is a great sign that you are doing a great job of outreach to the blogosphere.

Posted by: John Cass at February 22, 2006 12:39 PM

No 103.

Posted by: Russell Limprecht at February 22, 2006 8:55 PM

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