The Internet is made of cats.
I was wasting time looking for strange google searches today. When I typed in "The Internet" my auto complete showed "The Internet is made of cats"
I was fascinated by this, as I would not have thought people would put "the internet is made of cats" in as a search term! I was so wrong. There are pages of results, with over 39 million searches!
All these pages point to a YouTube video song "The internet is made of cats," which I attempted to watch. It had some cute cat photos in the video, and the song is in tune. The lyrics are so pathetic that I assume they were written by a cat.
My question is, how in hell does that work? Why so many links to such a boring and dumb search? Is You Tube that powerful? Are Google algorithms as useless as tits on a bull? Is the Internet really made of cats?
After seeing this search, I am almost ready to believe in fairies at the bottom of the garden, religion and live garden gnomes. I obviously don't get it with people and have no idea what they use the vast internet resources to search for.
I do know one thing. If you can't get your title to work, just add a string of nonsense to it and it becomes a long-tail keyword and presto! Hits! If anyone really enjoys the video and song, I apologize for not seeing the fascination with it.
I love cats, I have two cats in the room. One menacing my granddaughter for her breakfast, the other one monstering the dog because he is bored, and the bird is too vicious to annoy safely.
If I ever discover a keyword as powerful as "The internet is made of cats," and can tie a market to it, I will retire and move to the Bahamas. In the meantime, I think the Internet is a very strange place, and may indeed be made of cats.
I am forever chasing keywords, and so for me it's all about what google turns up in it's searches that I can then use to find my articles, or which keywords to write my articles around, so from now on all my articles may be on cats, and how they are what the Internet is made of.
As it is, something as innane as this getting over 39 thousand searches is mind boggling.