How Google is just plain better

What is one of the most visited page on all of my sites? It is “Jolie, petite coquine”, the Web page of our cat. The page was originally designed by my wife back when she had a Web site of her own. The page ranks high on Voila for some sex bound keyword searches and people arrive at my cat’s page because they are horny. Now, that’s at least 10 hits per day. How come Google doesn’t fall short the same way? I don’t know, but somehow, Google knows my cat isn’t a sex object…

Or is she? Well, check it out for yourself!

Note: in doing research for this post, I found out that dmoz.org actually indexes various sex sites in a taxonomy. But my cat is nowhere to be found.

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Daniel Lemire

A computer science professor at the University of Quebec (TELUQ).

2 thoughts on “How Google is just plain better”

  1. I also have had similar things happen with the Bird’s Eye View website. For example, most people stumble on my band’s website while searching for sites relating to female body parts. The hits come from all sorts of search engines, but not google. Very strange…

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