How To Make Millions (of failed attempts)

Tina Hot

Tina Hot

Finding a good keyword for your site is like finding a golden thread. And even if you find it easily: how do you stand out? What makes you a better representative for a given keyword than anyone else? It’s this question that’s completely uncovered by most SEO books. The basic question what you want to express becomes increasingly complex if you don’t want to sell something. If your website isn’t about selling a peculiar product then you are in trouble.

How To Outpace Your Competition (should you have some)

Tina Hot

Tina Hot


The most important question in SEO is less how to technically solve your problems; technical problems can be tricky, but at least they can be solved. I see a much more complex (or interesting, as you like it) problem. It’s about that ‘keyword’ question and, taken a bit more generally, the question about your site’s meaning per se. Do you want to sell something? Do a product site. Do you want to promote somebody? Do a promotion or fan site. But what if there is no product to sell but yourself and your thoughts?

One Step Further (towards the abyss)

Tina Hot

Tina Hot

SEO for adult sites – I’m accepting this challenge. We’ll see where it will lead to, it can’t get worse than it is. This will also be one of the few real topics in this site; nobody wants to read old musings with a bit of porn, this is something I have learned in the past few years. But a bit added value by making my own website an experiment spiced with some hot porn: a nice game.
But what’s my keyword?!

Let's Play

Blue Angel

Blue Angel

So YouTube announces a big platform just for gamers. Let’s-Plays, walkthroughs, machinimas and stuff. When Amazon git Twitch a couple months ago some people at YouTube must have got nervous. Live streams at 60 frames/sec: not bad. So, YouTube: how about something for the adult audience? Source: 21sex

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Tomorrow's Elite

Zafira and Lily LaBeau

Zafira and Lily LaBeau

The other worrying trend deals with so-called ‘microaggressions’. This worth-reading article describes a campus world where students are developing an extra-thin skin, making them demand a safe environment completely free from any disturbances. And the hurdles are low: even the slightest hint of discrimination, even if it barely sounds like one, becomes a risk for the alleged offender. Quotes like “America is a land of opportunity” or “Where were you born” become sharp weapons of discrimination and racism this way.
This is not only an American development: trigger warnings, even applied to classic literature, are not uncommon at universites in other countries, too. The defenders of the weak ones are greatly overstating their case, for their rigorous zero tolerance policy supports pathological thinking and an inability to handle alternate or opposing opinions. This is not far away from thought crime, and a smelly breeze of stalinism is blowing over from the campuses of colleges and universities. Watch out, this will be tomorrow’s elite.

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