May 18, 2018

Some Marketing Advice From a Z-List Blogger

This is a hobby for me so I'm not dreadfully concerned about traffic, however, there are those for whom traffic is a real concern. 

For those people I have a bit of advice:

If one, hypothetically, has an anime/tech blog and it is a beautifully laid out, visually appealing website, with richly illustrated 6000 word reviews then one has probably put a lot of time and effort into one's blog. 

One should therefore be aware that spamming the comments sections of  topically similar blogs with missives suggesting that one is the logical and worthy replacement for a beloved, recently deceased blogger will not bring one goodwill or hits, it will get one's comment deleted and give one's blog leprosy.

Furthermore, spamming the dead man's comments section is not a clever marketing strategy either. This will cause people who might otherwise be interested in one's site to sincerely and honestly hope that one dies in a fire. There are many reasons for this, perhaps nonintuitive, reaction, but it is difficult to explain decency, propriety and basic humanity to soulless, inhuman grave-desecrating ghouls so we'll focus on a lesser, but hopefully more comprehensible point.... Inviting a direct comparison of one's skill to that of someone one was never fit to wipe the ass of does not make one's product look good. 

I hope this post was helpful and edifying. 

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 05:35 AM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 Ah, he hit you too?  

Posted by: Mauser at Fri May 18 18:22:25 2018 (h8yX6)

2 I must not be one of the cool kids anymore... something like that hasn't visited the Pond.

Posted by: Wonderduck at Sat May 19 17:53:42 2018 (h8yX6)

3 You're a cooler kid than I am. I left his comment up for a while just for the novelty of actually HAVING comments.  

Posted by: Mauser at Sun May 20 04:00:43 2018 (h8yX6)

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