A holiday tradition around these parts is to take a week off for Christmas. This year is no exception — we’re off this week, which means when videos and podcast episodes and posts resume, it’ll be 2019. Okay, technically Monday … Continue reading Merry Christmas from Objection Network!
A holiday tradition around these parts is to take a week off for Christmas. This year is no exception — we’ll be off through next week, which means when videos and podcast episodes and posts resume, it’ll be 2018. Looking … Continue reading Merry Christmas from Objection Network!
It’s finally here: the edited version of our complete Kingdom Hearts playthrough! This is part 1 of 2 in honor of the podcast’s 300th episode, since videos get weird when they’re longer than an hour. This covers parts 1 through … Continue reading BEST OF: Kingdom Hearts (YouTube Clips)
This is the song of the summer? This is what it takes to get hits and “make music?” This? This is it? By now, everyone and their mother has heard Ylvis’ (like Elvis, but with a f****** y) song “The … Continue reading “The Fox” and the “Sound” – The song of the summer?
Wanted to give a quick update on our YouTube channel, which is growing in leaps and bounds. If you head over to our newly redesigned homepage, and you’re not a subscriber yet, you’ll see a brand-new video welcoming you to … Continue reading Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel!
That kitty is right to look shocked. Because starting on Monday, Game On posts five times a week instead of one. We started off posting videos every other Tuesday, then made the switch to every Tuesday at the start of … Continue reading Game On Announcement
I’ve been running this website for more than a year now, and it’s been a learning process. WordPress helps with that process by automating a lot of the nuances of the site, and by masking my limited knowledge of html. Still, it’s been a trial and error thing.
One of the areas where we’ve been trying to improve is search engine optimization. Getting more hits and more eyeballs on the site certainly can’t hurt, and while we plug the show and blog posts relentlessly through Facebook and word of mouth, sometimes the best boost is getting someone random to check out the site and maybe listen to an episode.
We set a bunch of records for most views in a day, week, and month in April, with today being the final day of tracking in a month where we had more than 2,300 hits, a number that crushed the site’s first 4-5 months of existence. That’s a good trend. Jason’s post about the Legend of Korra led the charge, as Google seemed to love that article.
So it got me thinking: What does Google like? They’ve recently made looking that information up easier with Google Trends and Google Insights, both of which pull back the curtain on what really clicks with web users. They run information back to 2004, and I decided to take a look at the 10 most searched keywords on Google in the United states since those stats were tracked. The top 10 isn’t exactly full of surprises, but a couple items are not quite what you’d expect.