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PWRLN and Bianca Raven

Those of you you have been following my blog will know that I recently discovered Bianca Raven's blog just two weeks ago. Since then, I have been checking back on her blog quite frequently.

In her 20th March entry, Bianca Raven blogged about Googling herself to see how easy it would be for someone looking for Bianca Raven the freelance writer to find her using a search engine.

Let's just say that she didn't like the results :P

Since her stated goal in her blog entry is to be the only Bianca Raven to turn up for the first page of search results, I decided to give her a hand by starting the Let's Help Bianca Raven Achieve Her Goal Of Being The Only Bianca Raven To Show Up On The Search Engines by Using Every Chance To Refer To Bianca Raven By Her Full Name When We Can Project or PWRLN(Project With Ridiculously Long Name).

It occurs to me that since Bianca Raven the freelance writer doesn't like revenue sharing sites, her blog + her blogger profile + profiles for one or two other sites she joined = short of the 10 results required for Bianca Raven the writer to hog the front page .
Therefore, in order for her to succeed, it falls to those of us involved in PWRLN to blog/write about her so our blogs/articles mentioning Bianca Raven the freelance writer will appear on the front page.

So, here's a call for my readers to participate in the PWRLN to help Bianca Raven the freelance writer achieve her goal.

Comments

Bianca Raven said…
LOL! I love it. I'll have to post a link on my own blog to this blog so my readers can get a giggle out of it too ;)

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