How Mr. Bean can help bring traffic to your blog or website

Searching for keywords to optimize is always fun! Most of the times you will be surprised what people are searching for when they are browsing the internet.

I have discussed this before in my Googel = Googol = ? post. But for those of you who did not read my previous posts here is a little bit of explanation.

As I told you before one of the keys to traffic is the look for “high traffic or high trend, low density” words. By high trend we mean there are thousands of people looking for the word. This can easily be determined by going to google trends and typing your keyword. When it shows a graph that means that the word you entered is being searched by hundreds or even thousands of people. However you need to check if the graph trend is going up, down or if it has stopped. Some keywords have consistently high graphs, others have consistently low graphs. Others have erratic graphs, examples of these are keywords that only shows a high traffic during certain seasons like valentines, Christmas etc.

“Low density” basically means there are only a few people that are competing for the keyword. And this can be easily determined by going to google, typing the keyword and looking at the upper right side corner. There you can see how many websites are mentioning the keyword. In short you will know how many of you are competing for this certain keyword.

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The keyword “Mr. Bean,” consistently remains to be searched by a lot of people even before 2004. The trend for such keyword is quite low as indicated by the graph but nevertheless consistent, if you notice there is a spike in the graph somewhere in-between 2006 and 2007. The actual date for this spike is March 28, 2007 when Rowan Atkinson, announced that he is saying “goodbye” to the Mr. Bean character. Another small spike occurred sometime in May 2007. This is triggered by the release of the movie “Mr. Bean’s Holiday” which was released sometime during said month.

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Searching for keywords to optimize is always fun! Most of the times you will be surprised what people are searching for when they are browsing the internet.

“Mr. Bean” is another example of a High-traffic or high trend, Low density keyword. If you don’t have any idea what this is, check out my posts in entitled Googel = Googol = ?.

The keyword “Mr. Bean,” consistently remains to be searched by a lot of people even before 2004. The trend for such keyword is quite low as indicated by the graph but nevertheless consistent, if you notice there is a spike in the graph somewhere in-between 2006 and 2007. The actual date for this spike is March 28, 2007 when Rowan Atkinson, announced that he is saying “goodbye” to the Mr. Bean character. Another small spike occurred sometime in May 2007. This is triggered by the release of the movie “Mr. Bean’s Holiday” which was released sometime during said month.

But who is Mr. Bean ? Of course almost the entire world knows who Mr. Bean is. But if you were living in Mars for the past 10 years and you just came back to earth let me tell you who he is. He is a character developed by actor Rowan Atkinson at Oxford University. It first started out as a television series whose main plot is to follow the day to day exploits of Mr. Bean. The character is described by Atkinson as “a child in a grown man’s body.” Mr. Bean is further described in Wikipedia as a “slow-witted, sometimes ingenious, childishly selfish and generally likeable buffoon.” What makes the show funny is when he tries to solve common day to day problems which usually end up in disaster. Mr. Bean is a combination of Charlie Chaplain’s silent movie slapstick comedy and the “Three stooges” exaggerated, but nevertheless perfectly executed slapstick antiques.

As of the time of this writing, Mr. Bean has only been referenced in 3,400,000 blogs and websites. That’s not too bad. Competing for the Mr. Bean keyword is no sweat at all.

Want more traffic, then ask Mr. Bean to help you out! If you can’t optimize the Mr. Bean keyword than you might try your luck “Teddy.”

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