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Wet Dick and the Perverts (reprise)

Written By: - Date published: 5:04 pm, December 28th, 2013 - 15 comments
Categories: blogs, len brown, Media - Tags: , ,

There has been this feature that I turned on in google analytics on or about September 18th. It shows in rough round figures the number of queries (ie impressions) that google dealt with where our site was on one of the displayed search pages. It also shows the number of click throughs onto our site.

Someone could probably write a sociological paper on exactly how many hidden perverts there are that the right wingers in the council are reflecting. I have to say that that I am quite pleased that we had poor click through for the “bevan chaung naked/nude” queries.

Query   Impressions     Clicks  
1. bevan chuang 110,000 1,000
2. the standard 90,000 22,000
3. len brown 75,000 170
4. luigi wewege 40,000 600
5. campbell live 18,000 90
6. john key 18,000 200
7. len brown affair 12,000 16
8. roast busters 12,000 16
9. thestandard 10,000 2,500
10. boris johnson 8,000 150
11. cameron slater 8,000 60
12. local body election results 6,500 150
13. whale oil 6,500 12
14. bevan chuang naked 5,500 5
15. bevan chuang nude 5,500 50
16. len brown family 5,500 5
17. nzsale 5,500 0
18. statistics 5,500 150
19. the standard nz 5,500 4,500
20. david cunliffe 4,500 50

Leaving the perverted obsessions to Cameron Slater and even Pete George seems like a wise thing for us to do.

Anyone prepared to do some analysis? 😈

15 comments on “Wet Dick and the Perverts (reprise) ”

  1. infused 1

    Well you’re not going to get any click through for naked/nude queries unless you have some hidden porn site indexed here…

  2. rhinocrates 2

    What do you mean “even” Pete George? 😈

  3. karol 3

    Boris Johnson got more clicks than David Cunliffe, and almost as many as John Key. Fortunately most people just want the Standard.

    What’s the obsession with Ms Chuang by some lurkers?

    • Pete 3.1

      Weren’t there some allegations that Wewege had naked pictures of Chuang and blackmailed her into the affidavit? So either searchers were interested in that aspect of the story, or they wanted NSFW images of her for their own base reasons.

      • karol 3.1.1

        Oh. Right. And it was mentioned in one of my posts – I hadn’t remembered that detail.

        Nice guy that Luigi, it seems.

      • RedLogix 3.1.2

        If those allegations were true, then Wewege, Cook and Slater are not just scum, but seriously criminal scum as well.

        It baffles me why anyone on the right would risk having anything at all to do with a story of such debased origins.

        • David H 3.1.2.1

          But you have to realise that to these ‘people’, morals is just another word to be thrown at your opponents, but ignored in your own pursuits.

    • David H 3.2

      But at least Boris can be amusing. Unlike Key who is just cringeworthy.

  4. Rogue Trooper 4

    Analysis proposal: The Standard, is The Standard really.

  5. Tracey 5

    Lprent

    due to pseudonyms are you prevented from knowing the demographic breakdown of visitors to ts by gender?

    • lprent 5.1

      Even with first names, I’d be restricted. Think of my first name for instance. When I was analyzing the electoral roll, I was limited to something like 85% certainty (looking at the probability of first names against salutation Mr/Ms/Miss/Mrs). However I could also assign a probability for most other names by their incidence in the voter population.

      I can usually guesstimate probabilities based on what I can see – especially from the comments content..

      But these days. I’d just have to get the google analytics do an estimation – which I see they have a service for. They’re picking up info from a large number of sources from the google cookies and will provide aggregate estimation based on that.

  6. Tracey 6

    Im always interested in the gender demographic. Would be fascinated to compare ts oilslick and kiwirob

  7. AsleepWhileWalking 7

    The internet was built on porn and gambling.

    Clearly you are ranking for those search terms quite quickly. Lucky you.

    Top Keywords from Search Engines (Alexa, not something cooler)

    Which search keywords send traffic to this site?
    Keyword Percent of Search Traffic
    1. thestandard 38.44%
    2. the standard 31.60%
    3. affiliate vote 4.18%
    4. bevan chuang 3.00%
    5. john key 2.89%

    Most of the traffic isn’t coming via search.
    If you wanted to you could SEO a post or two each day to pick up more search traffic. Not that hard, just use the Google trends for the day/week and put the kw phrase in your headings + sprinkle through post + submit via RSS feeds and PR sites.

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