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Click-Through Rate Page Views per Visit – SEO and GSC

This is Part 5 of Web page ranking and search engine optimization : SEO Click-Through Rate (CTR) vs Page Views per Visit – The first is high on Google’s priority list, the second apparently not so much, leading to Google ignoring 94 percent of the traffic to dads&things, or does it?  Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Google Search Console (GSC) help with sorting some of that out. Click-through rate (CTR) is the ratio of users who click on a specific link to the number of total users who view a page, email, or advertisement. It is commonly used to measure the success of an online advertising campaign for a particular … Continue reading

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Web Pages : Page Rank vs Page Reach – SEO

This is Part 4 of Web page ranking and search engine optimization : SEO Updates: 2019 03 31: to provide information and links to source of information on numbers of backlinks linking to fathersforlife.org. 2019 04 18: to add link to Part 5. Web pages, page rank, page reach, web rank, canonical tags, organic search returns and more strange expressions are becoming ever more important in the billion-dollar SEO industry, and an industry the SEO business grew into.  Web page popularity, more commonly called page reach, is deemed of lesser importance and not stressed that much. For example, What Is a Canonical Tag and How Can It Help Your SEO? Do … Continue reading

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Web page ranking and search engine optimization : SEO

Updated 2019 04 17: Added to index, links to Part 5 Preamble In July 2017 I decided that I had to put my nose to the grindstone and work on search engine optimization ( SEO ) for my blog Dads&Things.  I knew that would be a large amount of work.  I also knew that it could not be put off any longer.  As it happens quite often in life, I under-estimated how much work it would be.  I had estimated that it would take me about a year.  So far, it took already much of almost two years, as I had to do other things, too.  Still, it took a … Continue reading

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Google Analytics web stats : Fraudulent or just seriously wrong

Part 2 of Web page ranking and search engine optimization : SEO Google Analytics web stats may be fraudulent, or they could be just seriously wrong by accident.  I will explain in this what I mean by that, based on some impressions I gained during close to two years of search engine optimization that is coming to the close. No outsider can figure out why or how Google does things to come up with web- or site-stats that are as terribly wrong as those illustrated in the graphs shown next, a little farther down.  Keep in mind that, as I explained in the first part of this write-up, in July … Continue reading

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dads&things – search results relating to keywords

dads&things – Search results differ, depending on the source of the data. Take the example of dads&things and what Alexa tells about search results in relation to respective frequencies of searches on specific keywords. @ Alexa tells me this: FreeFind, the search engine installed and accessible on each page of dads&things tells me: Keyword list for searches 2018 06 21 to 2018 06 28 Keyword Frequency incest 5 Silverstein reports that sexual fantasies about or desires for their fathers are common childhood 5 Down syndrome 4 Eco-feminism 2 “down syndrome” 1 “Let me review some of the collateral damage from a promiscuous lifestyle of so-called ‘free’ love.” 1 #childrenshortage 1 … Continue reading

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2017 — Most popular posts at dads&things

dads&things had a total of 15,138 views of postings in 2017.  Here is a list of the 11 most popular posts and their links. FACTS EVERY ONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT DESERTION Posted on September 7, 2010 by Walter Schneider Guest post by Roger Eldridge, National Mens Council of Ireland Indian men’s suicides reached epidemic proportions Posted on June 21, 2017 by Walter Schneider Violence: A crime most often committed by women Posted on August 2, 2008 by Walter Schneider Fathers rights organizations in Winnipeg, Manitoba Posted on September 23, 2008 by Walter Schneider Second World War – Bombing of the German Cities Posted on May 8, 2015 by Walter Schneider Albanien: Schwurjungfrauen entsagtem dem Sex und übernahmen die Rolle des Mannes Posted on June 29, 2008 by Walter Schneider … Continue reading

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SEO important web page ranking experiences

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is important SEO is important for anyone who runs a website or a blog.  Blogs are websites, too. Read this commentary, and decide if you should worry about SEO. Believe it or not, I set out to make this a short article, but that was difficult.  It relates to a complex issue: How to influence people, many people, through using the Internet.  It also relates to some things that make it difficult to achieve that.  I dropped the fleeting thought of keeping it short.  By the way, SEO is a misnomer. It is not the optimizing of search engines but the optimizing of web pages, so … Continue reading

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Indian men’s suicides reached epidemic proportions

Indian men’s suicides are escalating steadily and reached epidemic proportions, years ago already. In contrast, although Indian women are constantly being portrayed as victims of male oppression and in need of protection and promotion, the suicide rates and numbers of suicides by Indian women remain virtually unchanged, compared to what they were in 1995.  Rather, the suicide rates and numbers of suicides by Indian women have seen a substantial decline since 2011. Please help to draw attention to the epidemic of Indian men’s suicides that takes the lives of close to 100,000 men each year in India. India’s men’s rights activists (MRAs) have much concern that Indian men’s suicides escalate.  … Continue reading

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Should you be an activist?

Should you be an activist? This is an entry regarding Website Statistics for Fathers for Life, 2006 to 2013 Summary, a new web page at Fathers for Life that I posted earlier this morning. Note 2013 04 09 19:45 hrs: Sorry for being held up with fixing what needed to be fixed.  There was an error in the coding for http://fathersforlife.org/Site_Stats/2006-2013_F4L_web-stats.htm  It caused the display around item # 8 to be a bit muddled.  That has now been repaired. The statistics summary provides insights on the changing status of the ten most-popular subject areas discussed at F4L.  If you every wondered whether you should be or remain an activist for … Continue reading

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More on the 2013 03 15 Hacker Attack on Fathers for Life

More on the 2013 03 15 Hacker Attack on Fathers for Life On March 15th, 2013, ten web pages were hacked into at the website of Fathers for Life.  Not much physical damage was done.  The file permissions for the web pages had been changed so that no one could access them any longer.  Attempts to access them would result in 403 errors. The web pages are listed here, in no particular order.  All of the pages, except one, ranked in the 25 most-often-visited web pages at Fathers for Life.  The one about Joni Mitchell and her daughter was the most popular of them all (and still is or was … Continue reading

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