Still Looking for Yahoo Answers in SERPs

Filed in Social Media by Matt McGee on September 28, 2007 2 Comments

Yahoo AnswersJust wanted to drop a quick reminder that I am still very interested in any search queries you come across where a Yahoo Answers page is visible in the SERPs. The reasons for this request will become clear soon enough.

James Zolman of Apollo SEM in Idaho emailed me today with a Yahoo Answer appearing in the Google SERPs for [induce labor pressure point foot]. I was able to mess around with the phrase and still get a Yahoo Answer for the shorter query [induce labor naturally].

Cool! Thanks, James! And you bet I’ll gladly link out to any readers who help like this. :-)

Update: Cari McGee, the best Tri-Cities real estate agent you’ll find, emailed to share these queries where Yahoo Answers shows up in the SERPS:

[get bubble gum out of hair] (don’t ask; I have no idea, either)
[how long does alcohol stay in your system?] (as I was saying)
[how fast does hair grow?]
[life expectancy of goldfish]

Yes, that’s my wife, and yes, she reads this blog. And I did promise a link to all readers who help with this, after all. Oh, by the way, my 9-year-old son has made his first “guest blogger” contribution to Cari’s real estate blog. I am positive this is how Stephan Spencer’s daughter got started.

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  1. vanessa says:

    Hi Matt, I have a Yahoo SERP result for you! I googled “eleven-sided,” to find the name of an eleven-sided figure. The first result was “What is an ELEVEN sided figure called? – Yahoo! UK & Ireland Answers” and the fifth result was “What do you call an eleven sided polygon? – Yahoo! Answers.” This doesn’t happen very often, at least that I’ve noticed, and I’m always looking up weird things! Thanks and I enjoy your blog,
    Vanessa

  2. Matt McGee says:

    Thanks so much, Vanessa — really appreciate it. I’m glad to see your first comment, and hope it won’t be your last. :-)

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