Running a blog through WordPress is quite a novel experience. There’s so many nifty things you can do and see at the back end of the blog, like how many posts you’ve made with which tags and in which categories, what links people actually click on while reading your blog, how many people have visited when, and my favourite – what search engine terms people have followed into your blog.
A piece of advice for all you young would-be bloggers out there: when you start a blog, try not to include anything in the title which might be a typo of anything pervy. The word “pen,” for example.
Some search engine terms that I get are really obvious. At least once every day I get a hit or two from a search concerning Nick Cave’s “The Death of Bunny Munro”.
I also daily get hits from search terms containing really interesting uses of the word “pen”:
– “big pens young girls”
– “wife needs big pens”
– “how to get big pens”
– “man who has big pens”
There’s the downright disturbing, “sex with very very young girls”.
Then there’s the searches that are a little more puzzling, like “bed head realism”.
My personal favourite though?
“story: she slept nipple”
17/02/2010 at 9:29 am
Tags are hilarious.
The most-viewed Yartz video on Youtube is an interview with the collators of an exhibition of photographs of female AFL players.
It’s called ‘Girls Kick Balls’.
17/02/2010 at 10:06 am
haha… I guess this is where the fact that the internet is overflowing with information gets funny.