...the premise is that you will attempt to find 5 statements, which if you were to type into google (preferably google.com, but we'll take the other country specific ones if need be), you'll find that you are returned with your blog as the number one hit.
This takes a bit of effort since finding these statements takes a little trial and error, but I'm going to guess that this meme might yield some interesting insight on the blog in question.
To make it easier, we'll let you use a search statement enclosed in quotations - this is just to increase your chances of turning up as number one, but if you happen to have a website with the awesome traffic to command the same statement without quotations, then flaunt it baby! Of course, once you find your 5 statements, pass the meme on to others.
Okay, this blog I have here is not a high traffic site; I'm pretty sure I have yet to hit triple digits for a single day. But...
Killus gives my sff.net web page. But the following single words bring you here:
But wait! There's more! The following search strings, sans quotes, also come up #1 on Google:
- brittle strategies
- John Galt is a slan
- fox hollow cafe lena
- nonrepresentational art pollack
- nonrepresentational art richard powers
- creepy little smile
- death rays and disintegrators
- playing the rent
- dead catfish under the drivers seat
- rocket boys meet radioactive boy scout
- max headroom stirner
- magic market fairy dust
- phony tough crazy brave alsop
- privation morality
- tihs not typo
- dorothy slave girl of oz
- knurdly lasers
- slan a critique
- "black swan bashing"
- "son of on the road"
- "moral equivalent of socialism"
- "why barry goldwater lost tennessee"
I'm giving up now. And maybe going upstairs to pull the covers over my head.