Strange keyword searches and their results

Strange Keyword searches and their results Free Gaming Sites Quebec Canada
If you want lots of traffic to your website at no cost or better still free we would suggest that you take a look at your chosen "Keyword Marketing Plan" especially when it comes to using social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube just to name a few and do not make the mistake of thinking that all high used keywords are good for your website as they are not and also many are quite strange, the following should enlighten you        

“XNXX” I do not have any idea what this even stands for, however, it gets over 600 million searches each, and every month, bizarre indeed is it not, and as for Facebook themselves well they come out on top with over 1.68 billion search requests every month

XVideos is another strange one but believes it, or not this too gets over 500 million search request every month, and it would also seem that Gmail is still popular out there in Internet land as it is used within a search phrase over 414 million times every month

Amazon, well we all know just how widespread this mega online retailer is, and it shows in monthly search phrase results Amazon does, in fact, appear within a search phrase over 338 million times each and every single month

So if you would ever put them all together in a single search phrase like “Hotmail, Google Translate weather FB” then it is hard to know just what may spring up

Authors note: I have tried using the above search phrase, so I know what you will get as an answer, I will not let you know just go ahead and type it in yourselves as it does make interesting reading

You all take care and happy Free Gaming

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Steve Simmonds

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Bertie the Brain the worlds first video game

Remarkably, the world which many video gamers find themselves in is connected to one of, if not the most devastating weapon known to humankind, the hydrogen bomb,” a weapon which if released on an unsuspecting world population would most certainly not only annihilate most humans living in our world but also have the capability of destroying our actual planet

Yes the above actually sounds like a video game scenario, a video game which needs no written ending as we know that the conclusion is just a foregone conclusion

So what possible connection could a video game have with the worlds most devastating weapon the “hydrogen bomb”? Simply put, because the inventor of the worlds first video game was also one of the team members who in a dusty desert, designed and detonated the worlds first “Atomic bomb”.

Who was he? A small softspoken unassuming man named “William Higinbotham,” a nuclear physicist and lifelong friend of “Albert Einstein”.

Yes, this unassuming man along with friend “Josef Kates,” designed and constructed a simple video game called “Bertie the Brain,” which measured over four meters tall and played the simple game of “Tic-Tac-Toe”.

The game was first seen at the “Canadian National Exhibition,” way back in 1950 and was one of the favourite exhibits at the exhibition, people from all over the world came to play this simple game challenging suiters from all works of life, however unfortunately for us in the rush to clear the area once the exhibition had come to an end, “Bertie the Brain,” was dismantled and many of the brains pieces were scattered throughout the Canadian landscape never to be seen again, this first-ever video game had a lifespan of just eight weeks

Authors note: I think that this quite spoken man would today be amazed if he was informed that today, the industry which he had first created would generate over $36 billion every single year in the United States alone, yes we have much to thank this gentleman for as without him game classics like “Donkey Kong,” and “Pac-Man,” would have possibly never have been invented

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Steve Simmonds

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