Welcome to GWinternet.com a site built around the concept of numerous inspirations. The number of inspirations we hold on our site can be measured by the number of pages that are indexed on Google, and other search engines. Several of our pages are indexed multiple times due to the way google sees our content on our site.
Our site provides information across nine different categories that show a number of keyword phrases. We have a simple method of navigation using category selections or the use of a simultaneous search of up to 6 keyword phrases with each having up to 6 words in each key phrase.
There are 9 categories available we use as an easy topic selection method, with categories which include Films, Music, People, Products, Shopping, Sport, Technology, Travel, and Weather. Each is split with subcategories with each inspiration having a maximum of one single page of information.
By simply choosing a keyword phrase this will additionally show you related topics allowing you to consider what else may be of interest to you. Often this starts an inspiration to find facts about other topics that then become of greater appeal than the original topic selected.
Examples of what can be found in our Music category include details about the artists Pixie Lott, Madonna and Idena Menzel. Within our Sports category include an article about Jenson Button the Formula 1 Driver and the English football team of Chelsea.
So why are some topics added to our site and other topics are not included on our site. The answer is simple, we do not try to cover all topics as that would be impossible to achieve.
If there is a topic that interests us then we will write content and add the topic to our site. Others are welcome to make suggestions of content that could be added, and we will consider each of the suggestion on an individual basis.
The website of GWinternet.com was origionally registered back in July 1997. There have been many changes to the site over the last 17 years but one thing that has not changed is the ownership of this domain, which has remained with Gordon Warnes.