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Monday, August 01, 2005

Why you soooo moody? 

Okay here is the scoop. I am in a funk today. I can't quite pinpoint why? I hate these days when you are moody but you don't really know why? Maybe it's the heat, maybe it's the damn Monday, who knows?

I do feel bad though. I have been a bit moody towards my wife and she does not deserve that. She is the best wife a person could ask for, I need to lighten up. So I guess today I need to tell myself to mellow the f out.

Everyone has their bad days, all you can do is try to make it better. Short post today, I just wanted to get this off my chest. I feel better already.

Tomorrow I will conquer SEO on Mergedigital.com and add Topix.Net to our rail. (That is for FJ, oh my page rank is better, lol).

Peace to the middle east, I'm out!


7 Comments:

At 7:18 AM EDT, Anonymous Somewhat Frank said...

I also am moody sometimes, usually it is attributed to lack of sleep or food. I slept horrible last night and I am in bit of a mood myself this morning but I know today it is due to personal reasons.

I found your point about you page rank being better then SomewhatFrank.com to be interesting so I investigated it further. I came up with the hypothesis that your higher page rank is due in part to your blogging software Blogger.com. I noticed your URL is a subdomain off of blogspot.com which means you are hosted by Blogger which is owned by Google thus increasing your page ranking. I ran a few tests to try and figure out your web coverage. First, I placed your URL in Talkdigger.com and results were zero or low on every engine (give it a try). Next I went to URLTrends.com and tried to run your URL through and it came back with an error (so try that again later). Finally, I went to Alexa and did a search on your URL and this was the true test. It returned the following results, "Traffic Rank for blogger.com: 33". So it proves my hypothesis correct. Your page ranking is being pulled from Blogger.com and not your URL mellowthefout.blogspot.com which and therefore your true page rank in not being displayed.

 
At 10:12 AM EDT, Blogger Jeff said...

FJ, I knew it was higher cause I was with blogspot. I knew I could just get you going on this one. This blog is in no way as public as yours. The only reason it is higher is blogger.com is owned by google. I was just bustin on ya.

You are still more popular than I. I have my work cut out for me.

 
At 10:58 AM EDT, Anonymous Somewhat Frank said...

ha ha, you had me at hello, especially today in all of my moodiness. It is so ironic that is what your post is about.

 
At 1:53 PM EDT, Blogger Jeff said...

take a deep breath man, relax...i know there is probably nothing I can help you with, but if so just let me know

 
At 1:53 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I must be missing something with the whole pagerank thing. I mean, if I go after a keyword, and I get it to the top position in the search engines, why should I care at all about the pr that is going to show in the google bar. It shouldn't matter at all, to anyone. After all, the whole point is to grab those top positions, and you can do that just fine without having high google pr.

 
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