Recently I found that I'm the JJ number one in the world, via google
(actually, my spanish blog, Atalaya). I don't know if there's a market for this, but I could put it up for sale. Maybe Johnson & Johnson
, or JJ Cale
, would be interested in going a couple of steps up the ladder of Google visibility.
However, this rank is probably ephemeral: a small turn of a knob in Google pagerank algorithm, and I'll go down to, who knows, number 35 or worse. And, besides, it shows the problems with this kind of algorithms. When somebody types JJ in google search slot, what are they actually looking for? Which one of the more than 4 million pages it returns is the one?