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
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
Nautical fiction - Wikipedia
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
Sea Stories by Sturgill Simpson on Amazon Music - Amazon.com
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
Cigars and Sea Stories Store
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
8 Great Sea Adventure Stories | HuffPost
This is an excellent list of sea stories on HuffPost. All of these sea stories 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)