Thursday, April 15, 2010

My Search Story

If you're a regular reader/follower, you know I have a proclivity for vanity searching. Heck, my Facebook profile pic is of me in a t-shirt I made that says "Google Me." (By the way, I'm teaming up with to sell a new version of these shirts as part of the promotion for my upcoming book.)

So it should come as no surprise that as soon as heard about Google letting people create their own Search Stories -- via David Berkowitz who made one of his own on ego searching -- I had to do the "Aaron Goldman" version.

Unfortunately, just a few days ago some Aaron Goldman impostor commented to the Boston Globe about layoffs in the Newton mayor's office. This bumped my quote in MediaPost from the top spot for my name on Google News to #2. I'm happy to report that I'm still #1 for every single other vertical search category on Google, though -- web search, image search, blog search, product search, and maps.

Go ahead... Google Me!

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