Sick Hillary Clinton’s poor health is a concern among a majority of Americans, with 60% of Americans asking to see detailed health records from both candidates. Sick Hillary’s health has also been a matter of concern for tech people, with one columnist for Carlos Slim’s blog (NYT) suggesting that Google alter its algorithms to remove the video interview of Paul Joseph Watson and me.
In an effort to win the SEO war, Sick Hillary Tweeted this out:
Too many Americans living with mental illness have been left to face it on their own.
Sick Hillary knew that the media would write articles keyword rich with “Hillary Clinton” and “health,” thus pushing down my articles off of page 1 of Google.
Sick Hillary has instead focused attention on her own failing health.
Sick Hillary’s meme is spreading into real-life, with this caricature appearing at #OperationTacoBowl, a pro-Trump rally organized by several Latino Trump supporters.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) August 28, 2016
Speaking of #OperationTacoBowl, the hoaxing media claimed I organized it or was “featured.” I didn’t speak and was not “featured.” I covered the event as a journalist, a I often do.
Hoaxing media claims I was "featured" at Latino-organized, pro-Trump rally. I never spoke. I was doing journalism. pic.twitter.com/cAVaynhDV0
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) August 29, 2016
The new media game is a complicated one, and the next winners are going to have a comprehensive understanding of SEO and persuasion.
As good as Trump is, not even his team is playing the game at the level currently possible.
The next massively influential candidate for President or Congress will be a student of SEO, persuasion, marketing, and mindset. In other words, they’ll have read and applied Gorilla Mindset to their lives.