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God, the Stroop Color Word Test and Christian search engine optimization specialists
The Stroop Color Word Test measures a person's cognitive flexibility and their ability to engage in selective attention.
God Almighty is omniscient and has an exceedingly high intellect. For example, He is able to take a billion Stroop Color Word Tests simultaneously without it being mentally taxing in the least.
God can communicate with Christian search engine specialists and not only give them special insights about Google's present search engine algorithm, but He can also give them insight into what the Google search algorithm will be like in the future and thus future-proof the Google rankings of their websites!
For more information, please see: Internet evangelism: Christians vs. atheists
Internet outreach and the Matthew effect: Atheist websites vs. religious websites
See also: Internet outreach and the Matthew effect: Atheist websites vs. religious websites
Study.com defines the Matthew effect thusly: "The Matthew Effect is a term that describes the concept in society of accumulated advantage. It argues that people who start from a place of advantage, like intelligence, fame, wealth, or skill, will have the opportunity to accrue more of that advantage compared to others. The Matthew Effect is often thought of by the phrase, "the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer."" The Matthew effect's etymology can be traced to Gospel of Matthew which declares Jesus as saying: "For to every one who has will more be given, and he will have abundance; but from him who has not, even what he has will be taken away." (Matthew 25:29, RSV).
Because the religious population is larger than the atheist/agnostic populations and raises more money for web marketing budgets than the atheist/agnostic populations, they greatly outperform atheist websites in terms of web traffic. In addition, Google tends to rank large websites with a lot of traffic higher at Google for various search terms - especially high volume searches. So large Christian websites with a lot of web traffic have a big competitive advantage over atheist websites. Furthermore, religious groups often have more evangelistic zeal and also have more international cooperation in terms of web outreach efforts.
As time has progressed the gap between the effectiveness of religious websites vs. atheist websites in terms of reaching larger audiences has widened and will most likely widen further. For example, Christian websites are greatly outperforming atheist websites in terms of their respective web outreaches.
For more information, please see: Internet outreach and the Matthew effect: Atheist websites vs. religious websites.
Various Christian websites with a lot of web traffic
Biblegateway.com and Google referral traffic
During the coronavirus pandemic, the multilingual website Biblegateway.com experienced an increase in Google referral traffic from the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic to July 30, 2022 according to the data from the leading web marketing company SEMRush.com.
Large multilingual websites with a lot of traffic from around the world such as Biblegateway.com have a large amount of relevant inbound links from around the world.
Christianity.com and Google referral traffic
During the coronavirus pandemic, the website Christianity.com had an increase in Google referral traffic from the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic to July 30, 2022 according to the data from the leading web marketing company SEMRush.com.
The amount of Google referral traffic to Christianity.com has gone significanly since February 2016 according to the leading web marketing website SEMRush and the website's Google referral traffic increased during the pandemic. SEMRush says the website is getting about 6,250,000 monthly referral visits from Google in July 2022.
Got Questions Ministries and Google referral traffic
See also: Got Questions Ministries
In December of 2020, the Christian internet ministry Got Questions Ministries
saw a very large increase in its Google referral traffic according to the leading web marketing website SEMRush.
According to the article 1,000+ Winners and Losers of the December 2020 Google Core Algorithm Update
the website Gotquestions.org saw the 7th biggest increase in Google referral traffic as far as the 50 domains that saw the greatest percent gain in Google visibility.
Google uses over 200 factors to evaluate the quality and the relevance of a website to various topics.
Large multilingual websites with a lot of Google referral traffic from around the world such as Gotquestions.org have a large amount of relevant inbound links from around the world.
Every internet atheist is a pathetic, uninfluential loser that God Almighty has smited
See also: Every internet atheist is a pathetic, uninfluential loser that God Almighty has smited
I have a message for every internet atheist
: You're a pathetic, uninfluential loser who has been totally defeated by God Almighty. The facts are undeniable. The data is incontrovertible.
For example, the data given at the link Every internet atheist is a pathetic, uninfluential loser that God Almighty has smited
shows that Christendom is very influential on the internet while internet atheists largely preach to the atheist choir and are therefore uninfluential and unimportant. In short, a defeated laughingstock on the internet
Online atheists, I am laughing at the "superior atheist intellects
" who couldn't persuade and market their way out of a wet, paper bag.
And the margin of victory for Christendom over atheists is widening on the internet - not growing smaller. Oh, internet atheists! Feel the sting! You're such pathetic, uninfluential losers!
For more information, please see: Every internet atheist is a pathetic, uninfluential loser that God Almighty has smited
Atheists' defeats comedy and satire
See: Atheists' defeats comedy and satire
A quick reminder to militant internet atheists