… I noticed that my post about how the Southeastern Conference’s website sucks because it takes a computer equivalent of Indiana Jones to find out the latest tennis results had an unusually high readership. It hit me that in that post I mentioned how, no matter where you are on the Internet, you’re 3-4 clicks away from being on a porn site, but you can’t find out about SEC tennis on the SEC’s website. Because I used the word”porn,”that post picked up a lot of traffic. So, I’m going to perform a little experiment. Below is a boring story with the word”porn”sprinkled in. I’ll report later on the site traffic if my theory proves right. Here we go. Today, I helped (porn) clean my mom’s yard. She lives about a mile away from me and (naked pictures … ) she lost several trees in the tornado we recently experienced. ….
He later notes that his blog stats are climbing precipitously. Disappointed surfers can probably find actual porn one or two clicks later. If you can actually manage to stay 3 to 4 clicks away from unwanted Internet porn, you are lucky. This blog gets hit with hundreds of attempted porn linked “comments,” every day, and my e-mailbox is constantly filled with porn spam. I was therefore pleased to read this.
Update: Supercynic advised me via e-mail of the following (quoted with permission): “You’ll be interested (and not shocked) to know that the Yea Pornography! post consistently ranks in the Top 3 posts of the day. It also is the main post that gets only one page view at a time meaning that the viewer quickly clicks through to his/her next link looking for real pornography.”