Today

Today, my friends, I have come up with a new blogging technique to increase traffic. Here it is:

Yesterday, 205 people visited my blog. You know why? They apparently looked up the word “Shamrock“.

Yesterday. March 1st.

Which is not, as some 205 people might think, St. Patrick’s Day, as evidenced by the plethora of plant-perusing people. That blessed day doesn’t occur until a few weeks hence.

189 so far today.

Therefore, from now on, I’m simply going to post words that people search frequently for.

I think “shamrock” may be the one to go with for this month.

Probably “Jesus lives” or “Cadbury Bunny” for April.

p.s.: You know what’s interesting? Of those 205, ONE clicked through to the poem. Glad to be bringing literature to the masses…

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8 Responses to Today

  1. amy2boys says:

    Yeah for literary sophistication to all!

    This is pretty darn funny. I sort of love the one person who read the poem.

  2. faemom says:

    That is simply, truly BRILLIANT!

  3. Jane says:

    “Glad to be bringing literature to the masses!” You crack me up!

  4. erin says:

    do words in your comments help increase traffic? if so, Boobies.
    You’re welcome.

  5. evenshine says:

    Erin- bwa-hahaha….

  6. ck says:

    My husband once did a blog post about classic Hollywood Rumors. For about a month he was getting almost 700 hits per day on Jamie Lee Curtis, hermaphrodite. Who knew?

  7. les says:

    Yeah, my dog’s pictures generate a lot of hits. Too bad I don’t profit from it.

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