This post is an only mildly coherent hodgepodge of things related to how we search for information. I like looking stuff up. I'm curious about the world, and I want to know more, so I spend a lot of time searching. Reading other people's blog posts often sends me over to Google or Wikipedia to… Continue reading How Do You Search for Information?
Here on MH@H, 2020 has been the year of the Google. I've had a huge increase in the number of visitors that arrive at my site via search engines. It's nice to see because I want people to hear what I have to say about mental illness. Interacting with the WordPress community is by far… Continue reading What Does Google Think of Your Blog?
Each year Google puts together lists of the most popular search terms, which it releases on the Google Trends site. Here are some of the top questions people were asking this year. Beside each search term is a note on whether it's a who/what/where/why/how question and the ranking within the top five searches for that type… Continue reading What Questions Were People Asking in 2019?
If your blog is brand spanking new, chances are no one is going to be arriving at your site view search engine results. Gradually, though, you'll start to notice in your WordPress stats that you're getting a trickle of visitors from search engines like Google and Bing. So how are people finding you? Setting up… Continue reading Using Search Engine Webmaster Tools with Your Blog
I'm not ashamed to admit that I fall into the doofus category when it comes to this kind of thing, so if I can figure it out, you certainly can too. Okay, let's get started with this user-friendly guide to SEO for bloggers! Links Links are a good thing. There are a few different kinds… Continue reading The Doofus-Friendly Guide to SEO for Bloggers