Search Engine Rap Battle

Search Engine Rap Battle

Barry Schwartz over at Search Engine Land blogged about Search Engine Rap Battle, which instantly caught my interest. I surfed over to and instantly became engaged by the clever dialogue created by this search engine parody.

The greatest part about the parody is that it’s based on some commonly known flaws that both Google and MSN have:

  • “Google” rapper points out that Google dominates the other search engines, owning the majority of the searchers, and that when SEOs optimize, it’s for Google.
  • “MSN” rapper points out that Google’s search weighs heavily on Wikipedia and that YouTube search is terrible.

So if you’re looking for a good laugh and some search engine education, check out this hilarious YouTube video.

  • Brother Wolf
    Posted at 01:52h, 25 September Reply

    Hi – Folks
    As Usual I am interested in learning more about this idea of how Google’s search weighs heavily on Wikipedia.

    Does this mean that despite the no follow rule from Wikipedia that google is following links from Wikipedia – or are you just saying that all the inbound links are doing Wikipedia a world of good?

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