Therazoredge wrote:I might as well.
So i'm the new kid in these fairly slow forums, known by many people on the internet as therazoredge. I make those videos that take the well-known term of "youtube poops", except i like to use the other term, "video remixes", so if you see me use this term, don't be confused. I'm an avid player of the "video tennis" game, and i'm also a regular of the tennis cafe on youchew. If you'd like to play me, i'll catch back with you later, since i do have about twenty tennis matches in progress.
Steve wrote: However, you're welcome to use the term here!
RAK wrote:edit..... there's a wordfilter on?!?!?
Steve wrote:Ah, I think I remember that!RAK wrote:edit..... there's a wordfilter on?!?!?
Yeah, I tried that to see if it would help SEO, and it seems to have helped a little. I've definitely got mixed feelings about it myself.
Steve wrote:Well, some stuff that people search for are more likely to get clicked on than others, and we haven't gotten a lot of clicks due to profanity; that sort of thing gets more clicks when accompanied by other keywords we don't have.
By default, Google has safesearch on moderate, so heavy profanity could remove us from results of basic things we're actually about here. Google also seems to favor sites with less profanity, and after I put the filter on, I saw (on average) about a 10-15 percent increase in impressions.
RAK wrote:now, i take it this increase is a substantial number? 10% of 1000 is a lot more significant than 10% of 30.
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