Internet Searches

Posted: March 19, 2012 in Uncategorized
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WordPress has changed the way it takes its stats on how many times a blog has been viewed in one day.

I normally check this several times a day. It is exciting to me.

I’ve come to realize that since I have been adding images into my blog posts that the blog itself has been receiving more views and more traffic. I wondered if that meant that I should be changing the content.

But I ruled against that. If people do not like what I am writing about, then they do not have to read any of my blog posts.

But with the change that came from WordPress, I can also see from which country the views are coming from. It is wild to see countries such as Syria, Turkey, India, France, China, Argentina, Poland, and other places across the world that have accessed this blog. It is my theory that they are using image searches and they access my blog posts even if they do not understand English.

The other views are coming in from word searches. “The Frontal Lobe” was written many months ago and is STILL one of the most viewed blog posts that I have. It was written for my best friend, but the blog post alone has been viewed over 1,000 times since I posted it.

I tend to worry about “The Frontal Lobe” though. I am hoping that if people are reading it, that they are actually getting something out of it. The other searches clearly are because of an image search.

So to those who are seeking information… I hope you found your view to whatever post you read, was helpful.

To those sex perverts, picture stealers, horndogs and other image searchers… you’re welcome. My total views go up even if you don’t read anything!

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