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Cowboys, Aliens, Olivia Wilde Hair and Chiffon dresses
What pray tell are you talking about Inoun? It's pretty simple. Veebs at her Iverb blog decided to be cleaver, or clever , as the case may be, but not as cleaver as Olivia Wilde that is, and created a word, which by the way, she doesn't even know the meaning of. And the word is chiffian. Serially...
31 Jul 2011
Brachycephalic Dogs and making search SEO pretty
Brachycephaly in dogs means that they have noses that are shorter than their faces are wide. Well, it is just one of the traits. But we have all seen them. Pugs, Bull dogs, Peckingese, Shih Tzu, and Yorkshire Terrier's are all examples of dogs whose noses are shorter than their faces are wide. And it...
16 May 2011
Sold by weight, not by volume
So I'm sitting at the breakfast table this morning doing what 99.85% of Americans do every morning. Read the cereal box. And in the corner it says, "Sold by weight, not by volume." So I ask my daughter, "how many people do you think actually know what that means?" She says to me, probably very few. So...
16 May 2011
About: "Microsoft's Bing uses google search results and denies it", Bing SEO, learn SEO, Britney Spears, Olivia Wilde, and other search fat boy fat burning furnace "improvements"... torsorophy, tarsorrhaphy, hiybbprqag
[ This is great! After this article first published, we had some very interesting first results back. Since then the rules have changed, and it appears that the article has been completely down listed. It is unclear at this point if this was intentional or a random act that we received spill over benefits...
31 Mar 2011
Rest assured, C is useless, and other irascible phalanges salutes part due
If you hadn't figured it out yet, phalanges was misspelled last time. Yes, on porpoise. So why a second article? Well, I didn't finish the conversation we had last time. If you missed the last article, you really need to read it first. This one won't make any sense at all if you don't read it. http:...
21 Mar 2011
REST assured, C is useless and other irascible, single phylanges salutes
[ed. For those of you a little confused, this article attempts to take a funny story and then turn it into a high ranking search result like: http://www.bing.com/search?q=sharepoint+rest+assured and thereby making it funny as well. In the end, Rest assured, C# with SharePoint search is the way to go...
20 Mar 2011
Google steals Bing search results Google uses Bing search results, fat boy fat burning furnace, torsoraphy, tarsorrhapy, hiybbprqag, delhipublicschool40, chdjob, juegosdeben1ogrande
[ed. Just after this article was released, we got the first result in google for: http://www.google.com/search?q=google+steals+the+word+stupid . Does this mean they are now stealing the word stupid and all of the results? :-)] What's the difference between lying, cheating and stealing? Clearly the...
4 Feb 2011
Where did THAT come from? And other Inoun fat boy associations.
After our last journey together in phlegm land, a rabid Inoun reader asked, "Where did that come from?" Honestly, I don't know. But that wasn't really what he was asking. I think what he was really asking was, "Are you okay? Did something bad happen that I should know about or that I can help you with...
28 Jan 2011
fat burning furnace scam farce macs scam, words that sound funny scam google elgoog, bing gnib, oracle elcaro, fat burning furnace scam sham flame farce ecanruf gninrub taf, and other words that sound not so funny together
[ed. Is it possible to write an article about an SEO scam, farce, and "fix" companies who have tried to rip you off by owning every search result? Yes! Within minutes, Inoun was able to get to the top of the search results by writing an article of actual content and value. http://www.bing.com/search...
12 Jan 2011
Rabid readers and Fat Boy's are tasty
Our story today starts with Hansel and Gretel and a cannibalistic witch. As you know, the witch was hungry and wanted to tempt, fatten up, and put the poor, billable hours non-compliant Hansel into the oven. Hansel and Gretel were of course smarter than the bean counting, finger bone measuring witch...
6 Jan 2011
Fun Search Games with Olivia Wilde, SEO, Hair, Tron, Koobface, Legacy, Rettiwt, and how to train your search dragon
The other day a ridiculously rabid reader, who shall remain heretofore anonymous, Alex, an Englished major, brilliant computer person, wondered, "How do you play Inoun Search Games?" (if you don't really care, skip down a few paragraphs to our main story in section II.) Well it is simple really. First...
4 Jan 2011
Learning SEO, Bing, Windows Server, Syntactical Sugar, Home Owners, Death, Tron Legacy, Hair, Billable Hours and other Associations
How do you create and learn best practices for SEO? I am glad you asked! Sure there are those who will tell you, (and usually charge you) to cheat the Internets, but eventually, as we have talked about and discussed, it (the Internets) will catch up to you. And then you will be, as they say in the business...
22 Dec 2010
Learn how to SEO with Google Bing with SEO for SharePoint Search
It's simple really. DON'T DO STUPID THINGS. If you want to seo with google, google and seo, seo to google, learn how to seo, see how to seo, and well frankly find great seo tips, the number one thing to not do, is well, DO STUPID THINGS. You said that already Inoun. But I really do...
14 Dec 2010
SharePoint !@#$, expletives and other cuss words I swear with...
I swear at SharePoint! Oh, uh, no... I got that wrong. I mean, "I swear by SharePoint!" Did you see how that little simple useless stop word, that so often gets removed, and we talked about the other day can really mess you up? We (the four of us; me, myself, I, and Inoun) have been writing about...
8 Dec 2010
Home owners associations mean death?
It worked! All of the previous posts that is... If you look on the righthand sidebar, you will see a number of new winning search entries in our ongoing People vs. Inoun games. It was actually surprising to me how easy it has been to associate the word death with Home owners associations(HOA)'s. Homeowners...
4 Dec 2010
Home Owners, Death, Taxes and Other Associations: part 2
I knew I was in trouble. A lot of trouble. And I just knew it. You know how you get that really sick feeling in the pit of your stomach? And it aches. You absolutely just know you are in for a big, bad ride. And the worst part is that you just don't know when. When we purchased our second house, after...
2 Dec 2010
Deck the Halls and Stopwords Have Feelings Too
After working in search for a while, someone will eventually tell you that you can't include a word in a list or dictionary because it is a stop word. What? My mother used to say things like, "we don't use words like that in our family..." But is that a stop word? Nope. When your kid runs out into the...
1 Dec 2010
I mean it. Peanut. As a group, combined, we are mean. Average that is. Any mathematician will tell you this. And what does search know about this? C how hard this is to figure out? Just think about it. If we can't figure out the difference between mean, mean, and mean, how is a search engine supposed...
30 Nov 2010
Anybody Wanna Peanut?
A long while ago in a galaxy far, far away, my children made me watch a show. "The Princess Bride." (had you going there didn't I?) In it, two of the main characters were playing a rhyming game and one of the characters " tires" of the whole rhyming exercise, and says, "Stop rhyming and I mean it." To...
29 Nov 2010
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