The internet is a strange and unpredictable place, people. I’d love to wake up some fine morning and find that people are reading my short stories. (Seriously, go read my stories.) Or that my articles on how I’m using a bullet journal are suddenly popular.
But right now? At the very top of my stats?
Well, that would be my rant from a couple of years back on how disappointing it is that you can buy candy (ewww!) but not condoms in the women’s restroom vending machine.
I guess I just hit the sweet spot with “Restroom Vending Machine” searches.
No, there’s no affiliate gold mine to restroom vending machines. (I’ve looked.)
I did think about writing a short story about a haunted restroom vending machine. I’m sure that all those busy executives looking for the cheapest possible consumables want to read about a vending machine possessed by the ghost of a dead matchmaker.
Or possibly not.
The truth is, I get the idea. The number of posts about Restroom Vending Machines compared to the number of posts about “short stories” or even “bullet journals.” I get more search traffic from the most ridiculous things.
I just don’t really know how to work it in my favor.
What about you? How do you work the Google search?