August 7th, 2004

Neko (lofulah)

Help Make Blogs More Visible! (GoMeme 4.0!)

There are by some estimates more than a million weblogs. But most of them get no visibility in search engines. Only a few "A-List" blogs get into the top search engine results for a given topic, while the majority of blogs just don't get noticed. The reason is that the smaller blogs don't have enough links pointing to them. But this posting could solve that. Let's help the smaller blogs get more visibility!

This posting is GoMeme 4.0. It is part of an experiment to see if we can create a blog posting that helps 1000's of blogs get higher rankings in Google. So far we have tried 3 earlier variations. Our first test, GoMeme 1.0, spread to nearly 740 blogs in 2.5 days. This new version 4.0 is shorter, simpler, and fits more easily into your blog.

Why are we doing this? We want to help thousands of blogs get more visibility in Google and other search engines. How does it work? Just follow the instructions below to re-post this meme in your blog and add your URL to the end of the Path List below. As the meme spreads onwards from your blog, so will your URL. Later, when your blog is indexed by search engines, they will see the links pointing to your blog from all the downstream blogs that got this via you, which will cause them to rank your blog higher in search results. Everyone in the Path List below benefits in a similar way as this meme spreads. Try it!

Instructions: Just copy this entire post and paste it into your blog. Then add your URL to the end of the path list below, and pass it on! (Make sure you add your URLs as live links or HTML code to the Path List below.)

Path List
1. Minding the Planet
2. IBNeko's Journal - Benjamin Juang
3. (your URL goes here! But first, please copy this line and move it down to the next line for the next person).


(NOTE: Be sure you paste live links for the Path List or use HTML code.)

Copy the textbox below, or use the button to go directly to livejournal's update-journal/post-new-entry page.
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Neko (lofulah)

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Yeah..um... Recieved a gentle reminder (thank you, Deb) that I should have used lj-cuts for the rather longer GoMeme's. Sorry people~

They've been re-edited, and versions 1-3, the longer ones, have been hidden under lj-cuts.

And now we return to your normally scheduled friends pages. So go do the visible meme, at least.
Neko (lofulah)

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One of the reasons why I might be so uncomfortable with talking with people and being at social events, is because I'm unable to let go and instead, I focus a lot on how I'm acting and how I appear to others. Meaning half or more of my mind is busy processing what I might seem like. Hence the being able to talk better while doing something or behind a computer terminal. Because with the former, I'm concentrated on doing something else, so I don't/can't think of other stuff. And with the latter, the other person can't see me, or hear me, and I can take the time to think before hitting enter to send the message. That's also why I'm not too comfortable with the phone... Thinking of stuff to say seems harder when there's expectant silence?

I came across this while thinking about being at a rock concert (so random, yeah... I dunno), which led to the homecoming dance where I was a wallflower, and the uncomfortable, out-of-place feeling I had then, and the more recent prom dance, where I managed to just ignore those questions of what I look like, and what I appear to be, and if I look stupid, etc. That was what enabled me to dance and not be a wallflower again. Meh. The question now is how to... well, let go. 'Cept I'm afraid I might let go too much and never regain control, and become one of the stupid gibbering masses that seem ever so present.

Dude, I sound like a gibbering idiot sometimes online. Imagine what it'd be like to have me like that IRL.

Damn fine balance.
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