So, according to the FishSEO blog, it looks like Google has decided to continue to allow companies to monetize their parked adult themed domain names. I, for one, am thrilled (as I am sure most other advertisers of non-adult themed businesses are). Now, in addition to getting traffic to my finance related sites from domains like www.getmorewidgets.com and www.thepsychicofsedona.com, I can look forward to what I am sure will be well converting traffic from people who happen to land on high quality sites such as, get ready, www.jerkfest.org.
Taking this test, as I answered the questions, my thought was, “Damn, I’ll never out-nerd my friends on these…”
… and then I hit the submit button.
My quick tribute to DazzlinDonna.
Top 5 reasons why I call Donna my best friend, in reverse order:
5. Unlike any of my offline friends, she understands my agony when my rankings tank.
4. She appreciates the finer points of the art of true sarcasm.
3. Without her, I probably would have gone my whole life without ever knowing what “cracklins” were.
So, I logged into Digg today (as I do most days), and scanned the stories looking for treasures that I might have missed throughout my day. In the second place under Tech Industry News, I find the following headline:
I think it is mostly the timing of these events that make this particular recipe of irony so compelling. I mean, they both do have merit on their own, but when viewed together a certain cosmic sense of “wtf” is inspired within. For me, anyways.
Event the First:
Apparently, I have no friends. I know this, because no one is linking to my blog. Now, you might be inclined to point out that no one could possibly be linking to my blog as of yet, since before today my blog didn’t actually exist… but that would make you guilty of using reason and attempting to make sense, using facts to your advantage, if you will. Behavior such as this just will not do.
See, the way I discovered that the lack of anyone linking to me must mean that I am a friendless loser was through