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Are people actually looking for Goole.com when they visit this website? Take a look at the current design of Goole.com, did people make a spelling mistake or typing error that caused them to land on this website? Or were they in search of information about the town of Goole in East Riding of Yorkshire, England? Lets examine each possibility in details. (Important term of use: The following discussion may not be accurate anymore once any of the facts used to support the discussion changes.)

How can people reach Goole.com? There are three ways:

  • By typing 'Goole.com' in the address bar of their internet browser
    Possibility No. 1
    He/She is in fact looking for Goole.com.
    Possibility No. 2
    He/She who has not visited Goole.com before thinks that Goole.com is a website specializing in information about the town of Goole in England.
    Possibility No. 3
    He/She is making a spelling mistake or typing error.

  • By typing' Goole.com' in the search box of a search engine
    Possibility No. 1
    He/She is in fact looking for Goole.com.
    Possibility No. 2
    He/She who has not visited Goole.com before thinks that Goole.com is a website specializing in information about the town of Goole in England.
    Possibility No. 3
    He/She is making a spelling mistake or typing error.

  • By typing only the word 'Goole' in the search box of a search engine.
    Possibility No. 1
    He/She is in fact looking for Goole.com.
    Possibility No. 2
    He/She who has not visited Goole.com before thinks that Goole.com is a website specializing in information about the town of Goole in England. Or he/she is just trying to look for some information on the town of Goole in England by clicking one or more of the search results listed.
    Possibility No. 3
    He/She is making a spelling mistake or typing error.
    Possibility No. 4
    He/She is looking for Goole with a domain extension other than dot com like Goole.net, Goole.org, Goole.info, Goole.biz, Goole.co.uk, Goole.ca, Goole.tv, Goole.us, Goole.mobi etc.

Meaning of Goole: According to Wikipedia, the leading free encyclopedia on the Internet, Goole may refer to:

  • The town of Goole, located in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
  • Brigg and Goole, a constituency represented in the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
  • Goole A.F.C., a semi-professional English football club.
  • Goole railway station.
  • Goole Fields.

Now, we examine each possibility in details.

Possibility No. 1:
He/She is in fact looking for Goole.com.

It is vital to know the history of Goole.com because it is the basis of our assumption in respect of possibility no. 1. Below are a few dates showing how Goole.com looked like at that time.

Oct 13, 1999, Jun 12, 2000, Sep 29, 2002, Jun 13, 2003, Jun 23, 2004, Nov 24, 2005, Aug 11, 2006, Sep 06, 2007, Jun 21, 2008, Now

It is beyond the scope of this discussion to make any comments on a website. But by just looking at the history of Goole.com, it is submitted and assumed as a personal opinion that it is quite unlikely that an internet user will search for a website like Goole.com. To further make sure our assumption is reasonable, a search for Goole.com was made using Google and it was found that Goole.com was not indexed in Google at all. In other words, possibility no. 1 will not really happen.
 

Possibility No. 2: He/She knows that Goole is a town in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England

In addition to Wikipedia, both Answers.com and TheFreeDictionary.com also explain the meaning of Goole as a town in
East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Hence, if an internet user is not making a spelling mistake or typing error when typing the word Goole or the website name Goole.com, he/she must be expecting the internet to provide him or her with information on the town of Goole in England. Option 1 of the poll above clearly illustrates it is quite often to find someone belonging to this group of internet users.


Possibility No. 3: He/She is making a spelling mistake or typing error.

But what if you enter Goole.com instead of Goole into Wikipedia, Answers.com or TheFreeDictionary.com? Something interesting happens. They all return the meaning of Goole.com as Google! Therefore, if an internet user is making a spelling mistake or typing error when typing the word Goole or the website name Goole.com, it is strongly believed that Google or Google.com is what they are actually looking for. Option 2 of the poll above illustrates how often you can find someone belonging to this group of internet users.


Possibility No. 4: He/She is looking for Goole with a domain extension other than Goole.com

Some examples of other domain extensions are Goole.net, Goole.org, Goole.info, Goole.biz, Goole.co.uk, Goole.ca, Goole.tv, Goole.us, Goole.mobi etc.

Goole.net
History: Sep 22, 2002, Apr 23, 2003, Jul 08, 2004 , Jul 07, 2005, Oct 01, 2007, Jul 25, 2008, Now

Goole.org
History: Nov 29, 2002, Oct 05, 2003, Aug 28, 2004, Mar 06, 2005, Feb 12, 2006, Now

Goole.co.uk
History: Apr 01, 2001, Jun 22, 2004, May 19, 2005, Jun 21, 2008, Now

Goole.ca
History: Sep 22, 2002, Now

Goole.biz
History: Now (No earlier history is available for http://www.goole.biz)

Goole.info
History: Now (No earlier history is available for http://www.goole.info)

Goole.us
History: Jan 15, 2007 , May 21, 2008, Now

Goole.tv
History: Now (No earlier history is available for http://www.goole.tv)

Goole.mobi
History: Now (No earlier history is available for http://www.goole.mobi)

By looking at the current and earlier designs of all of the above domain extensions of Goole, it is submitted as a personal opinion that it is highly unlikely that an internet user will search for any of them. In other words, possibility no. 4 will not really happen.


Conclusion:

Only possibility no. 2 and 3 are applicable to internet users who visited Goole.com. 

Possibility no. 2 is represented by Option 1 of the poll above: I typed correctly in a search box and found this web page. I typed 'Goole' or 'Goole.com' and was actually looking for Goole.com. This group of internet users knows the exact meaning of Goole and is trying to find some information about the town of Goole in England.

Possibility no. 3 is represented by Option 2 of the poll above: I typed wrongly in a search box and found this web page. I typed 'Goole' or 'Goole.com' but was actually looking for Google.com. This group of internet users has spelled or typed Google or Google.com wrongly as Goole or Goole.com respectively.

In summary, anyone who visits Goole.com is either trying to search for information on the town of Goole in England or visit Google.


  

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