No, this is not a typicial spam e-mail subject line, although you are forgiven for thinking that it is. This is actually a search term which is the subject of a little competition. I have explained before what I do for a living here in Crete. Now www.darkblue.com, in conjunction with Search Guild, a website where people hang out who have the same professional interests as I do, has launched a little competition.
The challenge is to have a webpage with the above keywords ranking high in Google, preferrably in position 1 of course. The words nigritude ultramarine themselves were chosen because no result was returned for them in Google prior to the competition. They are meaningless, okay, not completely if you take them individually, but as a search phrase they are. I created a (equally meaningless) page where these words have a high frequency. This is one way that Google uses to determine if you rank high or low: keyword density.
The other important criterium is links to the website. This is where I could use some help, nay, desparately need your help! If you have a website, or you know someone with a website, it would mean a great deal for me if you could include a link to my page, not this one, but the real competion page, appropriately called nigritude ultramarine.
So, what do you need to do? Quit simple, copy the following block of HTML code and paste it somewhere in your own page. It doesn’t have to be highly visible, but you should not try to trick Google. If you have no idea how to trick Google, that’s a “Good Thing”! Here is the code:
<a href="http://www.oriste.com/nigritude/ultramarine/">nigritude ultramarine</a>
Just copy and paste the above line. The competition runs in 2 parts, the first part ends on June 7th and the second part ends on July 1st, so don’t wait too long if you want to help. There is a price too, but unfortunately it’s a one winner take it all deal. I don’t think I can make it to position 1 since I’m merely a beginner and I am up against a couple of formidable teams, but it would be nice if I ended somewhere in the first twenty.
Thanks for your cooperation.