Recently a friend of mine posted about the tags in her blog that generated the most hits.
While I’ve ranted about my most popular tag here already, I thought it was time to a) look at the cold hard statistics, and b) reveal the little experiment I’ve been running.
When asked if I want the good news or the bad news first, I always like to reserve the good news to serve as a balm to help me heal after being kicked in the googlies by the bad news. So here’s the good news:
I’ve been running an experiment, inserting specific, unrelated tags into my blog posts to see which ones generated hits. Here are the tags I used:
- Blake Shelton naked
- Wil Wheaton naked
- Rush Limbaugh naked
- Benedict Cumberbatch naked
This is good news because science, and its use, is always good news.
Now for the bad news:
Clearly there is no hope for Humanity.
The only thing more disturbing than the huge landslide win achieved by ‘Blake Shelton naked’ is all the various misspelled and I-don’t-know-what versions of that phrase dumped into search engines that landed these sick freaks at my blog.
To spare my gentle readers (i.e., those not here to gawk at Blake Shelton), I aggregated them all into the Blake + Shelton + [some form of ‘undressed’] category. Here are some of the more family-friendlyish variations on this nudie Blake concept:
- the naked blake shelton (not to be confused with all those naked Blake Shelton impersonators)
- blake shelton gets naked
- blake shelton nake
- blake shelton nude fakes (oh wait, there are impersonators out there!)
- blake shelton completely naked (look, either you’re naked or you’re not naked – none of this I-can’t-decide nonsense in your internet-posted pictures, please. If the focus is so bad I can’t tell whether or not you’re completely naked, don’t bother posting it (though in the case of Blake Shelton, I thank you for the poor focus))
- black shelten nacked
- blake shelton nakt
Blake shelton nakt? Is there no end to your depravity, internet?
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to rinse my eyes out in bleach, then drill some holes into my skull to destroy two parts of my brain, the section that make mental pictures out of words that I read and the section that remembers those pictures.
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