DiscussionatorHappy birthday, Discussionator!
      – Lee J Haywood, 2009-09-03 at 14:35:28   (9 comments)

On 2009-09-03 at 15:13:47, Lee J Haywood wrote...
As you can see from the date on BorgClown's profile, Discussionator first opened its doors to new users on 3 September 2008. http://discussionator.com/?u=BorgClown I had planned to restyle the menu/logo for today, but have been busy restyling the site for my social club instead. Never mind. Anyway, to celebrate I thought I'd share with you the list of Google searches that I've tracked since the site went live. (These are only for visitors, not logged-in users). http://discussionator.com/Googles.txt My favourite, which keeps popping up, is 'youtube adult sex' or variations thereof - for a long time, my topic on adult conjoined twins was on the first page of results! Other searches reflect the current Zeitgeist - e.g. the wuxi finger hold topic was popular for a long time. Thanks for your contributions over the last year!
On 2009-09-03 at 16:53:49, Thelevellers wrote...
WOOOOOOOO! Happy Birthday Discussionator! :D Lol@ those google search stats... :)
On 2009-09-04 at 01:45:01, BorgClown wrote...
Whoa, one year already. Happy birthday for DNr! From me and my evil testing twin, BorgMime.
On 2009-09-04 at 03:12:14, BorgClown wrote...
My respect for the SEO Lee's done on DNR, many of the Google searches have it in the top results, even after considerable time.
On 2009-09-04 at 03:16:12, Baslisks wrote...
grats on the year.
On 2009-09-04 at 03:21:33, BorgClown wrote...
Been checking the Google searches Lee shared. It's surprising how many times the Hydrogen quote appears.
On 2009-09-04 at 03:29:03, BorgClown wrote...
Ha, ha, I can't believe the things people search before getting here: "1 HOW TO MAKE A PEDOBEAR COSTUME"
On 2009-09-04 at 09:14:56, Lee J Haywood wrote...
@BorgClown: I haven't done any SEO. Google and a few other engines are indexing all the old topics, which is becoming a minor headache as the number of topics keeps increasing so the bandwidth is going up every month. I may have to put a limit on the age of topics indexed at some point.
On 2009-09-05 at 02:58:39, BorgClown wrote...
I guess more recent pages get better ranking then, DNr shouldn't be on the top results for at least half of them.