Void Where Prohibited by Law
For me, I’m going to keep track of what ranks in Google for this query over time. I think it’s an interesting phrase to follow because it’ll be forever searched due to people’s reflex to search things they hear; and the promotional contests that drone out the phrase aren’t going away. Also, this phrase is on billions of websites, so the results might reveal domain strength in the eyes of the Big G. But anyway:
1. http://www.vwpband.com/ – ha. love it, it’s a band. That’ll probably go away or become the dominate result for the query complete with videos, images, news, social, ppc ads, etc. Good luck guys.
2. http://voidwhereprohibited.typepad.com/ – political blog that seems to be trying to get the passerby search traffic…
3. http://voidwhereprohibited.typepad.com/musings/ – gotcha twice Google.
4. http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview/id/118593.html – Google’s answer, a quick answer with links to further reading.
6. http://www.amazon.com/Void-where-prohibited-revisited-bathroom-break/dp/0971959404 – a different book.
7. http://voidwhereprohibited.net/ – has the phrase in all the right places.
8. http://voidwhereprohibited.net/index.php?goto=comics – interior page of #7.
9. http://www.visi.com/~tneu/voidwhereprohibited.html –old site.
10. An Associated Content article – an often referenced victim of the Google Panda update (2011) aimed at purging low-quality content. Anyone can upload content to this site and link out with control of the anchor text. So of course it’s full of junk and spam. This is a good example of how Google is able to pluck good content out of the weeds, because this one is well written and would’ve been a bystander causality of a draconian penalty. Intereseting note: Yahoo! bought AC for $100 million in 2010, that’s $100,000,000.00, which cements founder Luke Beatty among the great “why didn’t I think of that!” guys of the digital age.