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  • Erin
    January 21, 2007

    I, for one, do not like getting search engine hits on my blog, hence the password. It’s not worth it to me to get the extra traffic, frankly.  Maybe they can still find my blog via some disgusting keyword search (because I haven’t altered my robots file), but they can’t get in. TOBH2 is still open, though I haven’t analyzed any stats lately to see what depravity people are finding me with. I’m sure I’ll lock it up at some point too…

  • January 21, 2007

    Yea, I’m already thinking I might put it back up.

    Because Ew.

  • January 21, 2007

    I’m pretty lame at my place, so the worst thing I get is “eye sty”.  I know.  Horrible. 

    I wouldn’t be comfortable seeing all the psycho searchterms, and I would probably restrict it again.  That is kinda hauntingly creepy.  raspberry

  • January 21, 2007

    I opened back up to google when I told my mom about my blog.

    as for the search terms, meh - it doesn’t really bother me.  They aren’t finding what they want at my site anyhow.  And, um, I don’t usually check my stats that much anyhow.

    Maybe I’d worry more if I paid more attention to it!

  • AmyM
    January 21, 2007

    WAY creepy…

  • January 21, 2007

    Ewwwww.  I’d say lock it back up.  A bit off-putting to new readers, but I’ve gotta say, even being there, waiting to get into the club, eh.  There’s worse things in life.

  • January 21, 2007

    Oh I would SO lock it back up.  GAH.  The extra dozen or so hits?  Really. Not. Worth it.

    I {heart} robots.txt.  Totally, completely {heart} it.

  • January 21, 2007

    People are sick. What can I say. And how do I check that info?

  • January 21, 2007

    I’m too lazy to lock up or change robot files (I don’t even know what the hell that is lol).

  • January 21, 2007

    Rachel, that’s the thing. My mom knows about the site and I figured, “eh.” Plus if I write about post partum depression, I think it would be nice for other’s going through a similar experience to have the “Hey! She’s crazy, too!”

    Mr Flinger, oh so helpfully, said, “Oh, those pervs already have their pants at their ankles, they’re not going to surf through a mommy blog.”

    Like that helps. oy.

  • January 21, 2007

    I was just surprised at how many hits you have for Lesbians! The internet it self is creepy - blogs, flickr, anything. Like I have that picture of B tied up on Flickr - WAY to many hits for my liking (that one went to family/friends only!). Ewww…..

  • January 21, 2007

    I have lots of photographs on my blog. The two most popular google searches are for a pic of my feet and a landscape shot through the branches of a tree that I titled “voyeur.”  I am so not surprised at the titillation level of your visitors’ search terms.

  • January 21, 2007

    Also, and this just makes me laugh, I googled my own blog title and discovered that among the many places you can find it, one is on a site that acts as an index for various pron searches. Because I had a series of collages titled “Sonnet XXX.” Not because of sexual content, but because the pieces dealt with Shakespeare’s Sonnet 30. Aaaah. Roman numerals. 

    And you’re husband’s got a really good point. My skank-searchers don’t usually stick around once they realize the site isn’t what they’re after. I wouldn’t worry about them.

  • January 21, 2007

    I agree that most of those are nasty and creepy but I do think you should think of that poor person trying to figure out how to re-grow her overplucked brows…

    wink

    Becky

  • January 21, 2007

    I am blocked in every possible way!  When I see what people were searching for before they get to me, it creeps me out!

  • January 21, 2007

    i should have locked mine down a long time ago b/c i made the idiotic mistake of having my real name in there.

    now tho?  i don’t care really.  as long as weirdo stalkers don’t try and come to my house or anything.

    i took my name out and it’s finally cleared through google and doesn’t come up anymore pointing to my blog.

  • January 21, 2007

    Put the robots.txt back up!  That is just nas-tay!

  • January 21, 2007

    Everything you put up about being able to block search engines, to me, well…it just sounded like Charlie Brown’s teacher.
    Wah-wah-wah-wah-wahhhh.
    Because, I so very very dumb about computer anything.
    Thankfully, I already get very few totally pornish searches and they leave in a hurry, horribly disappointed I’m sure.

  • January 22, 2007

    I went immediately and checked out what people had been searching for and sent to mine…there are some sick people out there who I feel sure were bitterly dissappointed when they checked me out! I keep it open because I have NO idea how to block it.

  • January 22, 2007

    Um, yeah, I’ve gotten a few gross ones- like “bloody tummy” because I had written about my little one’s aversion to tummy time as if I were British.  I don’t know how to turn off the google search capability…
    Oh, and now I checked and see I got one for “naked women food” and “feeling fetal movement in dogs”.  Ugh! and Alrighty then.

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