Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Top 10 Blog and forum in Google

A few crazy things:

Right so I noticed that my blog is now linked to on here: http://dupuytrens-society.org.uk/TreatmentL.html

Which is great and crazy at the same time, at least it means that my story should reach a few more people and maybe the forum as a place to talk for a few more people. So I thought I would investigate and see what else I could find and found that Google searches for the following words result in the blog coming up in the rank shown:

I also saw that someone had linked to the blog through a search with Ledderhose and weight as their search and the blog comes up 9th with this.

Ledderhose blog - 7th

Plantar Fibroma Blog - Forum is 6th and blog 9th

How to cope with Ledderhose or how to cope with plantar fibroma - 1st (wow)

Ledderhose & running trainers - 7th

Plantar Fibroma Support - Forum - 7th (disappointingly Ledderhose support does not yield the same result)

Christmas and Ledderhose - 3rd

Cali and Ledderhose - 10th (thank you Cali)

Plantar Fibroma Forum - 2nd & 3rd - interestingly the forum does not come up but the blog does in 8th place.

Plantar Fibroma Video - 4th place - another one that has actually been used to find the blog.

Another very likely search to be done is Plantar Fibroma Sportsman where the blog comes 2nd and 3rd.

Plantar Fibromatosis physio -2nd  Interestingly this brings up the review I wrote on Dooyoo which is the same as one of my first posts on here. http://ledderhose.blogspot.com/2011/11/plantar-fibroma-real-pain-in-foot.html. This also comes 3rd if you search for plantar fibroma uk specialist

So as you can see there is a huge chance for people that need help with this disease to come across this blog, come across the forum and hopefully be able to find someone else with the disease even if we can't make the pain go away.


On my travels I also came across this


I know it is for the hand version (for lack of a better phrase) of the disease but it is good to see someone with a bit of backing trying to raise awareness.