My blog doesn’t have any pictures of eighteen mature beautiful naked women midgets having hot anal and oral sex with goats and donkeys

My blog doesn’t have any pictures of eighteen mature beautiful naked women midgets having hot anal and oral sex with goats and donkeys.

However, I did find this article titled How to Get a Million Hits on Your Blog in Less Than a Year by The Other McCain which says that even if your blog isn’t about sex, you can generate lots of traffic by writing about sex and including sexy pictures.

Now I myself don’t want to post any risque pictures on my blog – but that doesn’t mean I can’t give dirty names to innocent pictures.

For example, consider this innocent picture of random doodles, which some crazy person who lives in my apartment building just created:


The insane person who created that G-rated picture has, for some bizarre reason, decided to label it as “My blog doesn’t have any pictures of eighteen mature beautiful naked women midgets having hot anal and oral sex with goats and donkeys.” Although the content of the picture has nothing to do with its title, the title will, hopefully, help to draw traffic.

Of course, it then occurs to this writer that it might not necessarily be the kind of traffic that this blog normally caters to – but it’s still a fun experiment nevertheless.

Supposedly it also helps if I link to other people’s popular blogs, so here are some links to other people’s popular blogs:

Michelle Malkin

Drudge Report

Huffington Post

TMZ

Business Insider

Engadget

Perez Hilton

Dan from Squirrel Hill

Mashable

Gizmodo

Techcrunch

Well, that should help – I hope.

In addition to linking to their homepages, how about also linking to some actual blog entries and articles, and quoting them?

Obama’s (Un)American Auto Bailout by Michelle Malkin states:

“But like all of the economic success stories manufactured by the White House, the $85 billion government handout is a big fat farce…. GM is once again flirting with bankruptcy despite massive government purchases propping up its sales figures. GM stock is rock-bottom. Losses continue to be revised in the wrong direction. According to The Detroit News, ‘The Treasury Department says in a new report the government expects to lose more than $25 billion on the $85 billion auto bailout. That’s 15 percent higher than its previous forecast.’ The claims that GM paid back its taxpayer-funded loans ‘in full’ — a story peddled in campaign ads narrated by Hollywood actor Tom Hanks — were debunked by the Treasury Department’s TARP watchdog this summer. GM still owes nearly $30 billion of the $50 billion it received, and its lending arm still owes nearly $15 billion of the more than $17 billion it received. Bailout watchdog Mark Modica of the National Legal and Policy Center adds: ‘In addition to U.S. taxpayers anteing up, Canada put in over $10 billion, and GM was relieved of about $28 billion of bondholder obligations as UAW claims were protected. That’s an improvement of almost $90 billion to the balance sheet, and the company still lags the competition.’

Wow! That’s so good on its own merits that I should probably give it its own blog entry at some time in the near future.

Oh yeah – what was that link again? It’s Obama’s (Un)American Auto Bailout by Michelle Malkin.

In fact…

Obama’s (Un)American Auto Bailout by Michelle Malkin

Obama’s (Un)American Auto Bailout by Michelle Malkin

Obama’s (Un)American Auto Bailout by Michelle Malkin

Obama’s (Un)American Auto Bailout by Michelle Malkin

Obama’s (Un)American Auto Bailout by Michelle Malkin

There. That should be good for something – I hope.

Then another blog entry is Michelle Obama Speech: Being President ‘Reveals Who You Are’ from Huffington Post which states:

“Michelle Obama was the overwhelming star of Tuesday night’s Democratic National Convention, delivering a powerful personal narrative about her husband still being the same deeply principled man she fell in love with 23 years ago when they were both broke and watching their families struggle.”

How Could You Screw This Up So Badly, Nokia? from Gizmodo asks:

“why did you have to go and screw your flagship launch with a fake video?”

Mariah Carey To Judge American Idol SOLO?! at Perez Hilton says:

“Our fluttering butterfly queen might just have to bite the bullet ALONE unless the American Idol execs make some speedy decisions…’Cause the first round of AI on-air auditions are happening in two weeks, yet Mariah Carey is STILL the only confirmed judge for the upcoming season!Even though American Idol teased some concrete deals come Labor Day, it seems negotiations are still being smoothed out between Nicki Minaj’s camp and the AI heads, AND potential judge Keith Urban is apparently hesitant to sign on the musical line!Combine that with good ol’ standby Randy Jackson’s move to a more nurturing role as mentor, and the fact that those in charge are looking to add another judging seat, you’ve basically got a flan in an overly heated oven that’s on the verge of collapsing!Now we totally believe that our Fantasy lady is more than capable to weed out potential Idol’s all on her lonesome, but we just can’t believe the rest of Amurrica would agree… HA!Also that really wouldn’t be fair…SO GET IT TOGETHER AI GUYS! You’re running the risk of people getting bored with your wishy washy antics!”

What the heck is that?

Do millions of people really care about that?

Hey, how about also linking to some wikipedia articles?

Wikipedia has articles on croche, window washers, ping pong, lemonade,  Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy, Boston the city, Boston the band,  the blue ringed octopus, the mirror test, Kentucky Fried Chicken, emeraldsspelunking, dominoes, and aspirin. And anyone searching for any of those things could end up at my blog, thanks to all those links. The possibilities seem nearly endless!

September 5, 2012. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , . Humor.

2 Comments

  1. kay replied:

    omg.. this is just so true. I can’t believe this is how you actually get more viewers. How ironic.

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