Lorena Kichik

I don’t know why or how, but Google seems to think my little blog is worth something. Terms like “quake flag”, “triple double u”, “the green wire” , “atomic codes” and even “mr. angry pants” return some of my posts in the top 10 results and sometimes even as the first result. NSIS seems to share the same glory with terms like “java runtime download”, “strstr”, “exch”, “createmutex”, “iis version”, “messagebox”, “steam account” and even “windows critical update”. This Google love is very nice and helpful for NSIS but it doesn’t get too much of my attention span when it comes to this blog. People searching for my name or nickname find it as the first result and that’s good enough for me.

However, out of pure curiosity, I’ve decided to perform a little Google experiment. Searching for “kichik” results in my blog and some pages concerning a beautiful actress named Lorena Kichik. Her profile states she’s latin or middle eastern, so I’m not so sure how she ended up with Hungarian or Pakistani last name, but that’s another story. I’m not exactly sure what I’m going to figure out here, but I wanted to know what happens if I directly mention her in my blog. Will this post show up when searching for her name? Will it show when searching for mine? Which would come first – my post or her Facebook or IMDB profile?

Let the games begin!

4 thoughts on “Lorena Kichik

  1. Less than a day passed and already this post is on the first page when searching for “Lorena Kichik”. IMDB, Facebook, LinkedIn and tv.com come first though.

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