Ok this time I’m just going to make the link say Scrappy Coconut instead of the longer version with the Dizzy Diary after it.
You might say this idea is pretty ingenious. Should I add more posts at the end to make the blog even longer?
I suppose that’s exactly what I am going to do.
Ya know, I’m writing these things and I wonder to myself, what would a computer make of this blog post? A person would quickly recognize that it’s gibberish, but a computer? I can’t imagine how many complicated algorithms it would have to run to eventually spit out a report that says “this makes no sense.” Teaching a computer to think is a really really hard thing to do.
I’m glad I’m not responsible for that task. Sounds like a giant pain in the butt.
Anyway, I hope these blogs make some money. Until next time, good afternoon, good evening, and goodnight!
Everyone knows that an ugly website won’t hold anyone’s attention for very long, right? No matter how good the content is, people will be turned off by the plainness or unattractiveness of it and press the back button before they get too far. It’s been proven that uglier websites tend to get less time spent on them and produce less sales than those that have attractive graphic design. It kind of makes me wonder how this one is doing so far. Not too good I bet!
Plus, at the end of the day, who wants an ugly website?
This is why it’s essential to have a website look like it was designed by professional graphic designers.
While there are a lot of great free themes available for WordPress, for my most important websites, I’ve always used premium themes. Premium themes have all been designed by professionals and come with a ton of extra features and customizable settings not usually available with free themes.
You can find these custom themes from companies that specialize in this sort of thing all over the Internet. You just need to look!