Man proposes, Google disposes
But does it help a "fake news" website like Faking News?
My website doesn’t get a huge traffic from Google search results, but still there are many who land up on Faking News looking for some "information".
And I feel bad for them.
No, not because I think my website has no information (it has, trust me!), but because many of them must be pretty disappointed with what they end up getting as opposed to what they "wanted" to get.
Consider the following search terms (without quotes) that people typed in Google and landed up on some page of Faking News in the last one week:
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"dog middle finger" – hmmm… I love the ‘Angry Birds’ game, but someone wants ‘Angry Dogs’ it seems. Or maybe (s)he was some animal lover whose pet dog injured its middle finger. Whichever was the case, my website surely was of no help, even though Google suggested it.
"actresses armpits" – ah! Get a life man! Or maybe some deodorant brand manager was looking for the next celebrity endorsement? I still don’t think my website could have helped.
"how the newborn babies can become fair" – This fairness cream business is going out of hand. Seriously! I was further disappointed because the ‘relevant’ article on my website was on the third page of Google search results. That means someone was so hell bent on making his/her newborn baby fair that (s)he went on searching for all the links Google returned. God save the baby from such parents.
"shaadi.com girls" – sigh, people don’t even want to log into a matrimonial site to check out girls. They want Google to do the job, and Google drove them to my site. Good job Google!
“sidhartha mallya naked” – no comments, or was it Ranbir Kapoor? For a moment I wanted to photoshop a picture of Siddharth Mallya on the towel-less pose of Ranbir Kapoor from Saawariya so that this person has something ‘relevant’ next time (s)he googles, but later dropped the idea.