Saturday, 8 March 2014

Google Popping Sensible Erection to Endowment

quote [ Would you hotlink http://sensibleendowment.com from your website or elsewhere using "Sensible Erection"? ]

From my browser, googling "Sensible Erection" currently places Sensible Endowment as 20th, rising since Endowment conception due to Google bots finding Erection pages down, sensibly. Also SE HTML hotlinking to Sensible Erection using http://sensibleendowment.com along with mixed online chatter.

If others join in, we should quickly boost Google results to help recapture our MIA and hook new members, promote. Be sure to submit newly hotlinked pages to Google Bots for quicker crawling. All may join the cause by linking to Sensible Erection on blogs and comment sections of sites you feel should benefit, slipping this code into comment:


<a href="http://sensibleendowment.com">Sensible Erection</a>


[SFW] [Meta SE] [+8 Classy Pr0n]
[by ComposerNate@4:26pmGMT]

Comments

steele said @ 4:17pm GMT on 8th Mar [Score:1 Informative]
Googling sensible erection and then clicking on the link to sensible endowment instead of any others should help increase the rank of the new site as well.
Ankylosaur said @ 5:37pm GMT on 8th Mar
Pretty sure it won't help, otherwise SEO people would be paying large numbers of poor foreigners to do it. Google rankings are based on links to a site weighted by where the links came from.
steele said @ 5:43pm GMT on 8th Mar [Score:1 Informative]
As a matter of fact, that's almost exactly what they do. Only they pay a large number of americans to do it because google weights it by geolocation. It happens to be a big industry on amazon's mturk. Page rank is only a small part of google's weighting measures nowadays.
steele said @ 5:49pm GMT on 8th Mar
To clarify, the old page rank system is a small part of google's current weighting measures.
ComposerNate said @ 6:01pm GMT on 8th Mar
This is my Google search for Sensible Erection with Endowment at the bottom of the second page. Tomorrow or the next few, I hope it will rise with some effort.
midden said @ 6:23pm GMT on 8th Mar
Alas, it has slipped to page three! But your handy SE HTML is hit number five. Thanks for the nice re-directing note at the top of the page.
ComposerNate said @ 7:06pm GMT on 8th Mar
It's ranked differently for everyone. SE HTML is first place for me, beating SE Original.
blacksun said @ 5:39am GMT on 9th Mar [Score:1 Informative]
If you go to the gear icon on a google search result page and choose "search settings", then choose "don't use private results", it should give you standardized search results. At least that's what they say. I can't stand that personalized search results garbage. Plus it screws up my work.
ComposerNate said @ 9:40am GMT on 9th Mar
Dude. So helpful. Thanks.
ComposerNate said @ 7:26pm GMT on 8th Mar
But when I search using IE, not associated with any personal (Google) account, SE HTML is 5th and Endowment is 21st so 1st on the 3rd page.
midden said @ 8:02pm GMT on 8th Mar
Yup, about the same for me. I have all cookies auto deleted on quit and I don't use a google account, so I imagine I'm seeing close to what the "pure" results should be.
Naruki said @ 5:07am GMT on 9th Mar
Come on, guys, this is Sensible Endowment!

Surely we can get it up if we work hard enough!
vintuk said @ 1:25pm GMT on 10th Mar
i can't get it up anymore. i have been working all night
maryyugo said @ 4:26pm GMT on 11th Mar
Yes, very nice job!
ComposerNate said @ 6:12pm GMT on 8th Mar
Why not pay foreigners using proxies?
steele said @ 9:52pm GMT on 8th Mar
Trust issues?
ComposerNate said @ 11:25pm GMT on 11th Mar [Score:1 Interesting]
Placed an ad here:
Sensible Erection
steele said @ 11:48pm GMT on 11th Mar
Hmm, wonder how that would go down if we started posting ads all over craigslist.
ComposerNate said @ 12:35am GMT on 12th Mar
Craigslist no longer accepts hotlinks, as of maybe two weeks ago.
steele said @ 12:40am GMT on 12th Mar
sonofa!
steele said @ 3:42pm GMT on 8th Mar
I'm gonna pop that google, so hard!
Bruceski said @ 4:23pm GMT on 8th Mar
As good a place to ask as any, does anyone knw if there is going to be a new Sensible Facial going up? I just did a find/replace on my current script and it works, but I'm curious and can't recall what's still got people working on it.
steele said @ 4:26pm GMT on 8th Mar
Most of the facial features will be implemented into code of the new site. It's just going to take me some time. And by time I don't mean years or anything, just a month or two ;)
ComposerNate said @ 4:30pm GMT on 8th Mar
I tried Facial and did not care for the brazenness, using instead highlighter for friends and myself. Also various jerk filters.
steele said @ 4:36pm GMT on 8th Mar
I'll try and keep most of optional in the profile settings. I used the cockbiter script as well, may add that. Still not sure how I feel about having an ignore ability built in. I'm considering it though. Just of mixed minds about it.
Bleb said @ 7:47pm GMT on 8th Mar [Score:3 Underrated]
Fuck highlighting people you like. Fuck blocking people you don't. Fuck all of that high-school clique bullshit. Seriously. We're all the same. Rage level: plaid.

By which I mean to say, on the matter of an SE ignore option, I wish to humbly submit my vote as "opposed".
King Of The Hill said @ 9:01pm GMT on 8th Mar
also opposed.
milkman666 said @ 10:18pm GMT on 8th Mar [Score:2]
It only really had a use when we had an AWOL admin.
mechavolt said @ 10:41pm GMT on 8th Mar
Pretty much the only time I wished for a block function was for a_friend. And that could have been fixed with an admin.
Bleb said @ 11:54pm GMT on 8th Mar [Score:2 Underrated]
Agreed. The only time an account should be blocked is when it's being used to repeatedly spam, post illegal content or to embed additional code into the age, which is much more difficult to do on this site. I have no doubt steele has no issue with dealing with that kind of thing. My feeling is that it's the internet, there are going to be people disagree with, and people you flat-out don't like. Automatically deleting everything a person says is not only petty, it's counter to the whole idea of community.
Bleb said @ 11:55pm GMT on 8th Mar [Score:1 Underrated]
*into the page. How's that comment edit function coming along, steele? :)
steele said @ 12:42am GMT on 9th Mar [Score:1 Funny]
It'll totally be this year ;)
steele said @ 12:43am GMT on 9th Mar
All opposed are noted.
ComposerNate said @ 11:47pm GMT on 8th Mar
The highlighting is mostly to help me find my own past messages to keep track of replies, threads.
AssBastard said @ 11:59am GMT on 23rd Mar
You're goddamned right, Bleb. If you don't like what someone says, downmod and move on. There's no reason to block someone completely unless they're a_friend level bullshit-inciters.
ComposerNate said @ 4:43pm GMT on 8th Mar [Score:2 Informative]
And now I've updated the SE Highlighter script to work with Sensible Endowment.
http://tnathanroane.com/se_highliter.user.js

SE-Highlighter example:
graham said @ 5:48pm GMT on 8th Mar [Score:2 Funny]
TIL that ComposerNate & Bruceski aren't friends ;)
ComposerNate said @ 6:01pm GMT on 8th Mar
Not that he knows of...
fishhat said @ 2:53am GMT on 10th Mar
I am working on making Facial work with this site. I've just now got the usernames to show up by replacing "a[1]" with "a[2]" in the definition "var authors" at line 1548.

When I've got it working satisfactorily (currently mod/reply link at bottom of comments does not work, nor do the hover events on the score or username) I will post about it.

Hopefully steele intends to move the site away from the cockamamie table-based layout and make more use of classes / ids for page elements; this will enable userscripts like Facial to deprecate the getNodes() function, simplifying matters a great deal.

There's a lot of stuff in Facial is probably better not integrated into the site. For example, the theme-selection features are IMO best done on the client side.

If anyone else is also working on Facial and wants to combine our efforts, please PM me and we can work on it. Also I'll contact steele about it when I've got my thoughts in order; it will be a lot easier to maintain client-side userscripts when we know what the site admin has planned in terms of layout / markup changes.
steele said @ 3:09am GMT on 10th Mar
I don't know that I agree that things like themes are best done client side. After all, if I'm planning to move towards html5, themes would be pretty simple to be managed and shared via server side. Maybe I'm missing something?

I hope to make the need for client side scripts obsolete, but I am more than happy to make the site as friendly as possible for them to come about.
azazel said @ 3:40am GMT on 10th Mar [Score:1 Classy Pr0n]
As long as I can have a pink background with brighter pink text at size 5, I'm fine however you solve it.
fishhat said @ 3:14am GMT on 10th Mar
Oops, looks like the inline comments were only disabled for me because of NoScript. Derp.

Allowing 'sensibleendowment.com' in NoScript made the things work that I said above did not work. I guess I'll test it a little bit more and then post.
mechanical contrivance said @ 4:14am GMT on 10th Mar
I run noscript and everything seems to work fine for me. And I really hope it stays that way.
blacksun said @ 5:50am GMT on 9th Mar
Hey if you include the phrase "Sensible Erection" in the title meta tags as well as the meta description, I bet you'd see much higher results for those searching that phrase. It could be something like "Sensible Endowment formerly Sensible Erection" or some shit. Also, include the text "Sensible Erection" somewhere in the body of the site, like the sidebar.

Annnnd now I look up to see the current meta title ...lol
milkman666 said @ 7:23am GMT on 9th Mar
When Saint marck bought the site, what did he buy? A server? A code base? Legal rights to a name?

It never hurts to be overly cautious, let sensible endowment stand on its own.
HoZay said @ 2:18pm GMT on 9th Mar
Matt sold the users, too.
maryyugo said @ 4:20pm GMT on 11th Mar
You can do like some friends of mine who embedded a trademarked name in theirs like this: "Sensible Endowment (word removed at the request of sensibleerection.com)"
maryyugo said @ 4:22pm GMT on 11th Mar
Well, actually it's more like:

Sensible Endowment: just like (word removed at the request of sensibleerection.com).


(need more kawphy)

I'd pay for that editor function! If I could do it anonymously.
ComposerNate said @ 10:05pm GMT on 9th Mar
Has anyone done this yet, linked to Endowment using "Sensible Erection?"
ComposerNate said @ 3:40pm GMT on 13th Mar
Does hotlinking SE to my own toolbar as the Google result for Sensible Erection help daily?
steele said @ 4:15pm GMT on 13th Mar
I have no idea.
ComposerNate said @ 9:03am GMT on 10th Mar
Progress as of MAR10Mon:
Sensible Erection #1
SE HTML #7
Sensible Endowment #14
ComposerNate said @ 10:29pm GMT on 12th Mar
As of MAR12Wed:
Sensible Erection #1
SE HTML #6
Sensible Endowment #11
ComposerNate said @ 5:46pm GMT on 19th Mar [Score:1 Good]
As of MAR19Wed, my Google search "sensible erection" using Firefox without "private results" and IE both put sensibleendowment.com as the first link. Same with anyone else? A wild success?!
mechanical contrivance said @ 7:30pm GMT on 19th Mar [Score:1 Informative]
New SE is the second result for a search for old SE, at least for me.
HoZay said @ 1:09am GMT on 20th Mar [Score:1 Informative]
Firefox without private results:

Searching for "sensibleerection.com", SE subreddit is #4, your HTML page is #5, SE Facebook is #6, sensibleendoment.com is #9.

Searching for "sensible erection", SE subreddit is #1, sensibleendowment is #2, SE Facebook is #3, and your SE HTML page is #9.

Anybody who's looking for SE should be able to come home.
Naruki said @ 3:47am GMT on 20th Mar [Score:1 Informative]
I get:
1 the reddit page
2 here
3 the facebook page
4 old SE
5 EFnet
6 Urban Dict
7 Nate's page
8 SE Flickr pool
9 Enc Dramatica page
10 ... WTF?
HoZay said @ 8:12am GMT on 20th Mar
A snapshot somebody stashed long ago. The whole site looks like a ghost ship. I don't see anything that's been added in the last ten years. Why does google think this is relevant?
HoZay said @ 8:12am GMT on 20th Mar
A snapshot somebody stashed long ago. The whole site looks like a ghost ship. I don't see anything that's been added in the last ten years. Why does google think this is relevant?
HoZay said @ 8:14am GMT on 20th Mar
another double post. that happened a day or two ago. wierd.
HoZay said @ 8:18am GMT on 20th Mar
The EFnet link is also many years old. An archived inactive forum.
dave said @ 9:50am GMT on 23rd Mar
look at that - an old snapshot with me on it. feeling kinda old myself. ugh...

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