I bet I’m not alone when I say that I just do not know how search engines work. Not that I haven’t tried, mind you. In a constant effort to raise my daily blog views back to where they were before I moved, I read everything on SEO (Search Engine Optimization for those of you NOT similarly obsessed)
It helps to know exactly what it is that others are searching for, and wordpress gives bloggers a handy list of all the phrases that bring searchers to your site. Most of them make sense. I get lots of traffic from people looking for Juli Lynne Charlot, vintage ski wear 1960s and Pointer Brand denim. But some are very puzzling.
My current favorite is: close up of child’s knees. Do I even want to think about what prompted that? An artist, perhaps, without a child near, in need of a model. Let’s hope that is it.
But what really prompted this rambling post is this one: how to dirty garment label for vintage look.
Seriously, I’ll not be writing about that anytime in this century, but I would like to suggest to the searcher than instead of spending time on the internet looking for ways to fool people, that your time might be better spent going out there and finding some authentic vintage clothing. I’ll even help you find it, as I did the person who searched: where do sellers find vintage clothing for their store.
Those of you who really know me know that I have a real bent toward smart-assness. But I’m going to control the urge, and just let the following speak for themselves. And yes, I got blog hits from all of these.
how big do beacon blankets get?
graphic sex books
a pre skii clothes
scandal scandalous christmas
atire for 1910
black and white checkered dress shirt
american family snacking 1948
where did vintage clothes originate from?