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  • Squackle.com is a humor site, full of jokes and other funny stuff.

    I translated my static HTML page web site into the following blog:

    http://www.squackle.com/wordpress/

    and added a ton more stuff than what I had previously.

    I use post IDs as identifiers for particular jokes and other forms of content that don’t really have “names” otherwise.

    Any comments?

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  • Not so sure about the logo 😉 but the content looks good.

    wow – 10,000 posts. I agree about the logo, but it does not look terrible.
    With all those posts do you have anyone commenting or participating? Are you getting a ton of page views? I dont even see any ads (not that it is a requirement, just curious)
    Interesting!

    [sig moderated]

    Well, the logo was something i intend on making better. I’ve just been experimenting with the blog as a whole, so it was kind of temporary when i made it, but I do need to make that better.

    I don’t really have that many people participating, the blog has been up for about 5 months, now (started it when it was v2.3). I do get the occasional comment, but they are few and far between, and that only happens from unregistered people.

    I don’t get a ton of page views, i get around 130 a day according to the WordPress.com Stats, but even so, its greatly increased my overall traffic and hits from Google, I suppose because i divided out all my content into singular pages where it was all clumped together before.

    I anticipate that my hits will grow as time goes on, especially since I update frequently and there are actual RSS feeds available for people to use.

    I use the following plug-ins, if anyone is curious:

    Feeds Widget
    In Series
    pb-embedFlash
    Random Redirect
    Reveal IDs for WP-Admin 2.5
    Simple Tags
    WP-Download Manager
    WP-Polls
    WP-PostRatings
    WP-UserOnline

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