Returning to the Blog and Revamping

So I disappeared for a while there. Now, I know that there weren’t a lot of people out there who even noticed, that’s part of the reason why I disappeared in the first place. It can be hard to remain motivated to write on a blog when your site peaked out at 23 unique visitors, but I remembered a very important lesson. I didn’t start this blog up because I wanted to become another internet sensation. If I had wanted that, I would have half-written a terrible song about my favorite day of the week. Well, that probably wouldn’t have worked either. Lightning only strikes once, y’know. Lousy Rebecca Black . . .

In any case, I’m back, and I’m re-committed to this blog for reasons that are all my own. I have also decided to broaden the focus of my writing. Gaming blogs are a dime a dozen, so I want to bring something unique to the table. That something, I’ve decided, is going to have to be me, myself, and every saspect that makes me the individual I am. Do not fret, faithful readers, I don’t intend to stop writing about gaming–I am the (i.e. one of many) married gamer, after all. Simply expect more articles related to writing, itself, married life, life in general, literature, and music. I’m thinking something more inline with http://www.l337lauren.com/, a charming blog written by another gamer in a committed relationship (with famed game designer Cliff Bleszinski). If anyone has any specific requests for me, ask away in the comments!

One thought on “Returning to the Blog and Revamping

  1. ?

    I noticed you disappeared. But because you did not post in awhile I have not been checking all that often. I was quite surprised to see that there was several new posts since I last visited the site. Also because you said not a lot of people visited your site I was kind of curious what the results would be if I tried to Google, Yahoo, or Bing search your site. When I googled your site it does not show up on the first page (didnt really bother looking past that). You do however show up around 4th or 5th in bing and yahoo. But that does not mean the chance of your site being clicked on is that great. Below is a study that was done by Microsoft and the chance of a link being clicked on if it showed up on the first page of a search result and what position in the search it was listed.

    Front Page Position Click Through Percentage

    1st 89%

    2nd 33%

    4th 17%

    5th 17%

    7th 6%

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