Monday, May 15, 2006

blogspot blog on SERP

It was intrigated to me, what blog hosted on free Bloggines is first among results on Google SERP for "blog". On page
Results 21 - 30 of about 2,090,000,000 for blog
there was . That was the best result. So, why is it? What are factors? First, I saw that blog started in 2002. Aha. That have sense. Blog is old. That must be respected. And in last 4 years, there must be lot of content. That is another important factor, that's for shore.
Than, I searched on Wikipedia for this blog. And I found this:
Salam Pax (aka Salam Al-Janabi) (Salam is Arabic and Pax is Latin for "peace") is a pseudonymous blogger from Iraq whose site "Where is Raed?" (see external links) received notable media attention during (and after) the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Within his blog, Salam discusses the war, his friends, disappearances of people under the government of Saddam Hussein, and his work as a translator for journalist Peter Maas. Pax's site is titled after Pax's friend Raed Jarrar, who was working on his master's in Jordan: he didn't respond promptly to email, and so Pax set up the weblog for him to read. In May 2003, The Guardian tracked the man down and printed a story indicating that he did indeed live in Iraq, with the given name Salam, and was a 29-year-old architect.

On this blog stats,;ref2?login=salampax you can see most traffic came from websites, not from Searchengines. And mostly from Iraq sites, or Iraq related sites. So, this blog is very relevante for Iraq informations.
I am shore this can be very valuable for you, blogers.


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