It’s rare to have New Year’s Day fall on a Friday, but that just gives us a good excuse to post up pictures of a hot girl. And that is kind of the point.
Butt, before we get to the fun(bags), let us assk ourselves: what did we achieve in 2020?
For most of us, sadly, the answer is: not much. That was a year in which all of our best-laid plans were torn apart and tossed aside by the vagaries of (quite pointless) lockdowns and quarantines that we now know plainly did not work.
Even so, we did achieve SOME good things. In my case, 2020 saw a number of milestones:
- If we look at the combined site statistics for 2020 from the old Blogger site – which still gets hits and visits every day – and the new WordPress-based self-hosted site, Didact’s Reach and Didactic Mind saw a combined total of 521,000 pageviews and over 1,500 comments with over 10,000 unique visitors. Not bad at all for a single website hosted by one random guy, if I do say so myself.
- The Agoge got off to an excellent start. Both The Male Brain and I have posted up many articles dedicated to turning men from weak and cowering sheep, into strong and powerful lions. Those articles are now shared by our friends over at Men of the West, and that alone is a big deal.
- The podcast has moved from Soundcloud to Podbean, and that is a far better podcasting platform. I’m much happier with the results of putting my podcasts onto it.
- On top of that, I launched my very first course in 2020, and while it certainly didn’t meet with anything like the success that I hoped for, I learned a number of useful lessons from the experience and I hope to capitalise upon them in 2021.
Furthermore, as I pointed out in today’s podcast, 2020 was a crucible in which many lies were burned away and revealed for what they are. This is great news. We simply don’t need to waste any time in dealing with them anymore. We can just point ourselves straight at the truth instead.
So don’t be too downhearted or worried. Yes, this coming year will be difficult and challenging. But as long as we keep ourselves pointed at all that is Good, Beautiful, and True, then we have nothing to fear.
And speaking of that which is Beautiful – though almost surely not Good and probably not True – let’s get on to the very first Friday Thot of 2021.
Her name is Aneta Kowal, age 29 from Detroit, MI, and apparently she was “the 2018 Twin Peaks Calendar cover girl”, as well as a Miss Hooters Special and a Miss Hooters MI. Blessed if I know WTF that’s on about, but apparently she’s actually a proper model of some kind. She is of Polish ancestry, but she’s quite American – and, believe me, compared to some of the Polish girls I’ve featured on these pages, the difference is really obvious. For one thing, real Pollacks don’t have quite so much of a case of RBF.
Then again, let’s be honest – we’re not really looking at her face, at least not at first.
Happy Friday, gentlemen. Keep yourself in line with the truth. Tumble and turn in the darkness, toward the light. And you will get there eventually.
Did you do any keyword research before releasing your course? It’s kind of a hussle, but it would help you tremendously if you combine the proper keywords with anchor text in guest posts.
You have a lot of experience in writing so it would play out well for you as long as it’s not politics because Google employees selectively rank left wing sources and actively go against their algorithm.
Also, you may want to optimize for Youtube as well, since Google favors video carousels on top of search results with zero backlinks.
Kyle handled the marketing side, I focused on the content creation. He’s released pretty much everything in the course to me and I might rebrand and rework it on my own over the coming months. If I do rebuild it on my own, I will create a standalone website for it and start putting up content there. But it would take a lot of time and that’s something I won’t have much of in the coming days.
Yep. My other website uses SEO techniques to generate traffic. Mind, it doesn’t generate much of anything simply because nobody really searches for shaving products. But I know how to go about the SEO work. That part is relatively easy. The hard part involves creating content on a consistent basis that generates clicks and sales.