telophase: (Kenpachi loves you)
...since I looked at my website stats. And I find pretty much what I expected: is being hit overwhelmingly because of the zapakuto generator, and Project Blue Rose is getting hits from conspiracy theory forums* artist alley queries.

There are a few other search strings that either make one's head shake, or make one wonder. Especially wonder how the heck my site was found with that search string.

black ops is gay <- Awesome description of PBR!
what kind of art can i <- Anything you want, hon!
panel a serious artist donald
blue business card of a extension cord in form of the g <- Uh, what?
project blue rose read for free online <- Not for free, but you can buy a digital version for cheap!
blue rose project united states
plain blue desktop wallpaper
girl's loincloth <- what is this I don't even
lesbian bleach
deadly flower in japanese
large wooden medieval doors
naked pictuers of childern <- NONE HERE I MUST TELL YOU
should i return to my wife quiz <- You should perhaps not be going to online quizzes for this question
steampunk ship generator
random prompy generator
schoolgirl uniform <- He or she would have found the post with Kenpachi in a schoolgirl uniform. YOU'RE WELCOME
steam boy trama

And someone was Googling on my full name, including middle initial, which makes me wonder who and why. Although my name is quite out there, with Hooded Utilitarian and whatnot.

* Someone started a thread on a conspiracy theory forum about blue roses, and someone Googled on the term and posted PBR's cover and blurb in a reply to it. I could have replaced the cover with, say, Kenpachi-chan, but it's too funny this way.
telophase: (Koumyou - hee)
This deserves a separate post instead of just editing a previous one. This is a selection of the hits I've gotten this month to date on the Project Blue Rose website.

(P.S.: This is not an invitation to try to game my stats by finding strange search terms - I use the stats to see how people are finding the site so I can figure out how to sell them stuff, and that muddies the info I get. And to make up for destroying your fun, I'll say the strangest search phrase for this month so far is "keyong exercise for the pennis.")
telophase: (Kenpachi loves you)
Checking the server stats for, I notice that the AWESOMETASTIC MANGA OF AWESOMENESS post about the ekiben otaku manga has surprisingly been my most popular post in this month to date. Someone must have linked to it (a quick Google search reveals three links that don't seem to load for me; dunno if there's others.)

And in other stats new, Kenpachi-chan has made another appearance, this time on a forum in ... Turkish? I think? And the poster was definitely trying to get the Renji pic, as it's labeled "ya renji abari." :D

Kenpachi-chan is also on a page where I think he's supposed to be, as it's a forum post about Kenpachi. :D It's in Spanish, though, so I can't say for sure.
telophase: (Project Blue Rose - Jordan and Rivas) of the search strings that found the Project Blue Rose site was jordan in tight black leather. Perhaps we should keep that in mind.

(all the fishes is one of them also. Hm.
telophase: (Default)
For the person who reached the Project Blue Rose website with the query:
i drew in blue and the scanner can't see it, yeah. The point of bluelines is that they can't be seen. (P.S. Either ink on top of the blue lines, or scan in color.)

ETA: Also, I can tell that NaNo is getting closer: the number of hits the Cool Bits and various other generators are getting from the NaNoWriMo boards is increasing exponentially. :D
telophase: (Near - que?)
For the first time I got more hits from my own posts (the cosplay one in [ profile] saiyuki, and yesterday's A-Kon pics) than any one blog posting the meme. :D The majority of traffic is still the meme, but I suspect the big hype is over unless it gets picked up by a well-known blog I'm holding out for Smart Bitches, Trashy Books.

I find it interesting that one blog described the scale as having "turned itself into a quiz," as if it did this all by itself. More sign that we perceive these things as viral in nature? :D
telophase: (Hotaru - space for rent)
The marital test scale quiz is still mostly on LJ, but yesterday it hit a couple of big non-LJ venues: Shakespeare's Sister, and Buggydoo. Well, technically it's been on Buggydoo for several days, but yesterday I got over 3000 hits from it. :) The forums at and the blog at School Library Journal are also sending a lot of hits my way. Interestingly, I'm getting a lot of hits from somewhere on OK Cupid, but as I don't have an account there* I'm not sure where.

I am quite enjoying my 15 minutes of internet fame. XD

* Actually, I think I do, for quiz-taking purposes, but I've forgotten the info.
telophase: (goku - loser)
The new list of search queries that found my site yesterday:Read more... )
telophase: (Bleach - Aizen and Gin dance!)
In the comments of a post found through my stats:
Half my lab was taking this test on Friday afternoon after I saw it! The internet is very, very bad for productivity.... - for all your procrastination needs!

ETA: And it's broken at least one language barrier, too! (ETA2: and the interesting part is that between various English cognates and my experience with reading what everyone else is saying, I can actually understand the gist of what they're saying! XD)


Jun. 9th, 2008 01:14 pm
telophase: (Near - que?)
Do you think you might be able to tell which two months I published my blog memes in?

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