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Must Have Google Trick for Conspiracies - Thought I'd Share My Favorite Way to Search

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posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 10:49 PM
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Originally posted by jennybee35
reply to post by GmoS719
 


Whatcha gonna search for? I wanna try it, but I am tired and sleepy and can't come up with any good juicy conspiracy thoughts rite now!!??


Help a sista out and give me a direction to head.......

You like Butterflies. do something with the Monarch that hibernates in Mexico. How did they decide to do that?
Now, take your Lunesta and go beddy by.




posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 10:55 PM
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Originally posted by Ghost375

It's a front page hit....actually it's number 1 excluding the youtube ones.
Any thread from ATS automatically gets sent to the top of their search list.


#1 huh? Bully for us... I thought we debunked all the conspiracies already? (tongue in cheek smiley face)



posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 11:04 PM
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NAW!!!
No chemicals for me... just a bag of Dabo's hot crispy curls cracklins' and some good iced tea! Then I'll be able to slumber peacefully!!

And BTW, I LOVE your signature!



posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 11:06 PM
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I dunno how it works so well, but it does!
There were only 35 pages to the end, so it just didn't take long! Maybe it's only a portion of the total result, but the juicy stuff is defo on the last three pages!!



posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 11:09 PM
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ok typed in "jfk shooting"and i got interesting story about president clinton and Boris Yeltsin


SECRET Russian files on assassinated US president John F Kennedy were yesterday handed over to Bill Clinton.

The present from Boris Yeltsin came as the two leaders met face to face at the G8 summit in Cologne.

The files are thought to contain information on alleged hitman Lee Harvey Oswald who was shot dead before he could stand trial for JFK's murder. Sandy Berger, the US national security adviser, described them as a "very interesting gift".

Clinton said Yeltsin, who has often appeared drunk in public, was "clear, concise, direct and strong" during their hour-long meeting. He added: "His behaviour was neither erratic or shaky."


www.thefreelibrary.com...

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posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 12:21 AM
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Here is one for you...when you do a search for Illuminati, and go to the end, it ends at page 72.

"Why do you suppose the pyramid has 72 segments in 13 layers? The reason is that 72 is the cabalistic number for the Holy Unspeakable Name of God, used in all black magic, & 13 is the number in a coven."

"There are 72 stones (another mystic number) on the pyramid arranged in 13 rows."

72 is a very significant number in the Illuminati.

Coincidence? I don't believe in them



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posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 12:23 AM
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The files are thought to contain information on alleged hitman Lee Harvey Oswald who was shot dead before he could stand trial for JFK's murder. Sandy Berger, the US national security adviser, described them as a "very interesting gift".

WOW... details!!!
Can we see those too pretty pleeeeease?



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 12:27 AM
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Ah now you are giving away tricks of the trade!

Lol god job and yes I do enjoy this way of discovering although sometimes it takes you so far away from the question it leads you into a reading land of other things you didnt even know you wanted to know.

S@F good thread.



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 12:43 AM
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just RANDOMLY landed on this page on about number 49 of search term cia farm


www.paladium.net...



WOW!



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 12:44 AM
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Hey All! I use Google image search a lot also, especially if I'm looking for a map - like for fault lines, drilling sites, power plants, ancient history etc. It's a lot faster cause there's not so much to wade thru. I also use Google blogs to find unusual points of view and Google scholar if I'm needing something really techie. I'll keep that "begin with the end" trick in mind! Thanks.



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 01:15 AM
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Originally posted by 42sadhu
just RANDOMLY landed on this page on about number 49 of search term cia farm


www.paladium.net...



WOW!



I found a link to abovetopsecret on that website lol!!!
I should've known that there are not many places in the web that hasn't been trampled on and picked through by us ATSers.



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 01:54 AM
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Originally posted by agentblue

Originally posted by 42sadhu
 

just RANDOMLY landed on this page on about number 49 of search term cia farm



www.paladium.net...

WOW!

I found a link to abovetopsecret on that website lol!!!
I should've known that there are not many places in the web that hasn't been trampled on and picked through by us ATSers.

I saw it too. We been duped. This is a gov. site after all.
Edit: checked it. Just comes here.
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posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 05:16 AM
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Interesting, ill deffo try this out



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 05:41 AM
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Thats what I sometimes do, saying that, often google states it returned 150 documents but only 50 will be listed.



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 06:32 AM
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Originally posted by SuperiorEd

I found a simple trick to get the best that Google has to offer on every topic, especially conspiracies. If you want the stuff they don't want you to read, follow this simple step:

Do your Google search and then go to the last page of results. Work backward. What's really interesting is, these are some of the best articles on blogs that are intentionally sent to the bottom of the results. Also, any time Google does something strange, head to the bottom. Often, they leave clues and messages on the very last search result.

If you find something amazing, post it here. Share what you find. I'm curious to see if anyone else thinks this works.



Intentionally sent to the bottom of the results? No, lol. Google has an algorithm system that clearly these websites and pages at the back end of Google are not fitting.

Website name, titles, meta tags, back links, depth and breadth of back links, unique content, relevant content, website age, website activity, etc etc etc etc

If something is on the back page it's usually that it's not related to your keyword, or the website is new and has no back links, therefore no credibility in Googles opinion.

Google doesn't have the time to every day personally look at billions of individual websites, articles and videos and rank them based on content and quality for the billions of keyword combination's in the world.

Use a bit of common sense.



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 06:54 AM
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Originally posted by mblahnikluver
Oh yea I have heard that one!

I have heard and read that the sites that are at the top pay to be in the top results or to have their site come up in google searches. I can't remember who told me but they did something involving it and made money! I dont know how it works but I wouldnt be surprised! God I wish I could remember!!! AHHH!



That's true, to an extent. You can pay through the adwords program to be a featured result, usually at the top or right of the natural results, with a yellow backdrop, so users know it's a sponsored, paid for link, and not a natural result.

OR you can pay a service to rank well naturally, but you don't pay Google, you pay an SEO(Search Engine Optimisation) and SEM(Search Engine Marketing) company. Or you can do your own SEO and SEM if you know how.

So lets say for example I want to rank for "9/11 debunked", the websites on the first page of Google may have relevant domains(911debunked.com, 911-debunked.com, 9-11-debunked.co.uk, you get the idea), and their website has relevant '911debunked' titles, meta tags and so on. As well as relevant content on the subject, with '911debunked' being a keyword used throughout articles on the website. Maybe they have 150 backlinks(other websites hyperlinking the keyword 911debunked to their website).

Now, I could create a website about the subject with no knowledge of SEO and SEM and hope that over time I naturally outrank them. OR I could pay a specialist company to buy me a relevant domain, clean my website coding, fix titles, meta tags, create a stream of new, unique relevant content, flood the website with the 911debunked keyword and create 500 backlinks for me -- So that Google reads my website as being more popular and relevant than the competition.

And yes, you can make money. A reputable company, or even a start up company, can demand upwards of $1,000 a month per client for a targeted, mid-intense campaign. The more competition for the keyword, the more work that needs doing and the more money the service costs.

Most decent SEO companies(and many have only 3-4 staff members) make money in the hundreds of thousands a year, many have a turnover in the millions. I know people who do this Han Solo with the occasional outsourcing and make 6 figures a year, quite easily. Alternatively I know internet marketers who SEO for their own websites and many make hundreds of thousands a year through sales and ad revenue.

A good career, if anyone can teach themselves SEO and SEM(It's easy) there is no reason you can't live extremely well with only a handful of clients. An average salary(just under £30k) is possible with only 2 or 3 clients. And if you know SEO and SEM hooking clients is far too easy, I think you would be surprised.

Anyone in a rut who is computer literate should start reading on SEO/SEM immediately. If you understand it and can't make 20k a year from it I digress.



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 07:23 AM
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On my computer going to the last page of the search is easy. I usually talk to my computer and it will do just as I direct her! *** Well, NOT REALLY but when I talk to her my girlfriend usually does the clicking ***



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 08:04 AM
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Ever so slightly off topic, for those of you who use Firefox...

I find the thought of Google tracking my everyday searches rather disturbing; I'm sure I'm not the only one.

GoogleSharing is a Firefox add-on which selectively routes Google searches through an anonymizing proxy. Searches remain very snappy -- and Google is none the wiser.

GoogleSharing is very selective, and anonymizes only your search traffic. GMail, Google Reader, and other such services keep working normally since you don't have to be logged out of Google for it to work.

GoogleSharing




posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 08:07 AM
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lol its not a conspiracy you nut bags this is online marketing.hahahah

havent you guys heard of search engine optimization or SEO for short.

ATS is at the top because of how popular it is.

blogs are in the arse end of google search because they they dont have good user content as per voted by the people that click onto the site.

if more people clicked those blogs and stayed there long enough they would rank higher.

but by all means dont let facts get in the way of a good story... please continue lol

by the way i used to work for a web marketing company that did this



posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 08:47 AM
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I am still waiting to hear all about butt gnomes..............
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