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Well, this is it — the day of reckoning is here!
The Hydropackulicity SEO Contest ends today. I hope I did what it takes to remain on Google’s page one.
I don’t know if it is clear just what hydropackulicity is, but now it is a word recognized in the Google search engine, all because of a silly little contest. If nothing else, I learned a lot about SEO and the power and influence of Google in the web world.
And I had fun!
In setting up this blog website for the Hydropackulicity Contest I have met several goals:
- Learned more about blogging and using a WordPress site as a website.
- Posted over 15 articles. I love the way WordPress encourages you to get to the next level!
- Brought my website to page one on Google search for keyword Hydropackulicity.
- Learned some tricks and tips for good SEO. SEO requires constant attention to keep top ranking with the ever-changing web. But sometimes it still seems like page rank is random.
- Practiced and improved my writing and research skills.
- Tried using Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and other social networks as marketing tools.
- Tested several sites with Google Analytics, Google Webmaster Tools. Google is awesome!
No low-flow shower heads for me. Take a look at this baby!
This is really spooky.
I was reading an article in Darren Jensen’s blog about a controversial cover up in the hydropackulicity world http://hydropackulicityconspiracy.wordpress.com/. I found it an interesting, but highly unplausible theory, which came to light because of a single document with the word hydropackulicity redacted. I don’t believe for a minute that any merit should be based upon one article in an obscure manual. After all, hydropackulicity is a relatively recent phenomenon (since January 2012). The redactions look like they were “Photoshopped ”.
The entry in Herr Kwattch’s journal is just some big German words being thrown around by an uneducated dumbkopf and most likely just a misspelling of the term.
I believe hydropackulicity is real, and growing – just check out the recent websites about the subject. I believe it is here to stay. I am suspicious that this another online hoax. I should look it up on Snopes to be sure.
However, I am uneasy as I write this blog, because after I had closed out of that website, my browser showed this curious message:
What do you think?