When people search on Google for the words SEA STORIES I want the Ships & Sailors Blog to be #1. To reach this goal, I’m going to blog about the current Google top search results for the key words: SEA STORIES. Associating the Ships & Sailors blog with these key words and these high traffic links will make Google pick up the Ships & Sailors Blog and rocket it to the top. Here goes.
GOOGLE TOP 5 SEARCH RESULTS FOR KEY WORDS: “SEA STORIES”
For anyone who is into Sea Stories and Nautical Art, these are the most popular links:
#1 YouTube Link to Video of the Song “Sea Stories” by Sturgill Simpson
Sturgill Simpson – Sea Stories – A Sailor’s Guide To Earth – Lyrics
It makes sense that the number one link on Google for the keyword search for the words Sea Stories takes us to a YouTube video. Is it irony or a pun that this guy has the word ‘gill’ in his name? This is actually a good song.
#2 Wikipedia Link to Nautical Fiction
I’ve read this posting on Wikipedia and it is excellent. I highly recommend it to all sea story fans.
#3 Amazon Link to Sea Stories by Sturgill Simpson
It makes total sense that the #3 link on Google search results for the key words Sea Stories is a link to buy the song Sea Stories by Sturgill Simpson because this video of this excellent song is the #1 link in the search results for the key words Sea Stories on Google. Did you see how many times I said the words Google, Sea Story, Sea Stories, link and Amazon there, huh?
#4 Link to the Apple Podcast: Cigars and Sea Stories
I’m very happy to see this link in the top 5 search results on Google for the key words SEA STORIES I would be much happier to see it in the top three because it’s just straight up righteous. The mission: Cigars and Sea Stories is a multimedia company focused on empowering veterans by sharing stories with those who are adding VALUE to the world.
#5 Link to the Top 8 Greatest Sea Adventures on HuffPost
This is an excellent list of sea stories. All are well worth a read.
- Moby Dick by Herman Melville
- The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway
- The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
- Master and Commander by Patrick O’Brian
- Earthsea by Ursula Le Guin
- Das Boot [The Boat] by Lothar-Gunther Buchheim
- Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad
- The Odyssey by Homer
- The Pirate by Malcolm Torres (lol)