Google is the most popular
search engine these days, but is no longer in the business
of showing you a variety of websites. Like the typical radio
station that only plays the "hits" every hour, you
are only given websites Google has determined are relevant
to your needs.
In regards to nude figure
drawing websites, Google is dumber than a box of rocks. It
fails to distinguish between entire websites dedicated to
drawing nudes of women and single paragraph tabloid news articles
about celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston drawing
a bath while she is nude.
Your legitimate nude
figure drawing website can likewise be outranked by numerous
free porn tube sites. Why? They freely give away videos about
male life drawing models getting blowjobs from horny female
art students. Is that not relevant?
Even web pages featuring
fictional stories involving characters who sketch nudes can
also outrank you.
And to muddy the waters
further, Google will repeatedly show you the same fodder appearing
on different tabloids over and over again. As in the case
of Aaron Hernandez drawing nude women while he is in jail
awaiting trial for murder. This article appears as many as
three to five times - rather rather than three to five nude
figure drawing sites entirely devoted to sketching nude women.
The days of Google retrieving
1,000 results per search for any word or phrase are long gone.
Results have now been trimmed down to anywhere from 600 to
as little as 300.
Consider that Google
now retrieves less than 400 results for phrases such as nude
drawings or drawing nudes. Your nude figure
drawing website may not even be included in the results. It
may not even appear in a search for nude figure drawing
website, while numerous bizarre results Google has pre-determined
to be relevant will manifest.
used to be retrieved during many searches involving the words
nude, women, naked, girls, models, photos, females, drawings
..... but no longer is. Despite being an active domain predominantly
dedicated to nude female models, photography and drawing going
on 10 years now.
However, YouTube pages
are automatically included within the Top 20 of almost all
searches imagineable ..... because YouTube is owned by Google.
Like most user uploaded free porn tube sites, YouTube is overflowing
with video content that it has no copyright permission to
You might discover us
if your search phrase was very specific like nude female
figure drawing, which nakedaspirations.com presently
shows up as result #267 out of 299 retrieved. We
were just barely included, outranked by dozens of listings
for books.google.com/books . Call me crazy, but wouldn't you
go to books.google.com/books or a website about books to find
Wouldn't you go to YouTube
to search for YouTube videos? Wouldn't you go to a mega porn
tube to find a porn video? Why does Google insist on continuing
to include ginormous sites like these that have already accumulated
a bazillion backlinks after a decade of front end exposure?
Do people really still need to search Google in order to find
YouTube? Bing? Pornhub? Wikipedia? Yahoo? Twitter?
Sadly, in order to qualify
as one of the popular "hits" played by Google -
you have to be Google, be a domain owned by Google or be giving
away videos that you have no permission to be giving away.
Not too mention, you
have be a site as huge as Facebook that everyone already knows
exists. Common Sense dictates that a site with backlinks from
5,000 other sites really does not require a search engine
for exposure. Google Sense dictates such a site should be
rewarded with even more exposure.
In the attempt to refine
results and purge Google of webspam, Google has been rendered
the more unreliable of the two major search engines ( I would
say three, but Yahoo is actually Bing in disguise ). Unfortunately,
Bing and Yahoo combined still do not have anywhere near the
traffic that Google used to provide the
I just performed a Google
search on how to draw nude girls. This site coming
in at #61 was outranked by :
- not one, but two YouTube pages
in the #1 and #2 positions ( omfg what a shocker this is )
- a blog post with two embedded YouTube
videos ( LOL )
- adult website gibberish posted
in a discussion forum by a spambot ( or in other words, webspam
- a single drawing for sale on RedBubble
- a question at Yahoo Answers in
2010 asking How can I get a girl to let me draw her naked?
- two different porn tubes
- an extremely psychologically deficient
article on How to See a Friend Naked in 12 Devious Ways
- a book for sale at Amazon
- a Huffington Post article about
women being drawn nude at a party
- a book on how to draw nude manga
poses for sale at EBAY
- a single pencil drawing available
for download at Shutterstock
- a gag tutorial on how to draw nude
women by Cracked Magazine
..... and other similar
"relevant" results that I have lost interest in
telling you about.
Well, I suppose this
is better than being ranked #155 for how to draw naked
women ..... even though this is almost an identical search
phrase. I do not even want to know what results #1 through
We definately rank much
better in verbatim searches, coming in at #4 for both "how
to draw naked girls" and "how to draw nude
women" . What is alarming is the amount of non drawing
websites retrieved ... and webspam ... despite the war against
webspam being waged by Matt Cutts and his Google tech crew.
And the Image Search
results for aforementioned phrases verbatim or otherwise?
Overflowing with porn from sites having absolutely nothing
to do with drawing whatsoever.
Honestly, that we are
ranked #61 for this or #155 for that is not a problem. Determined
surfers interested in naked figure sketching will power through
all those lame results and find our website. They always have.
The real problem is that
years of lame results are conditioning surfers to avoid using
search engines. That verbatim queries return more irrelevant
results than unquoted queries is not helping to win them back.
There are more human
beings using the Internet now and less search engines than
10 years ago, so why are the amount of search engine queries
dwindling? And why are actual visitors per query likewise
It is because the results
being retrieved are severely limited and littered with more
useless crap than ever. People are resorting to other sites
like social media to find what they want. And I don't blame
Unless your goal is to
create a mega website that steals and gives away everyone
else's drawings, I would not advise starting a new nude figure
Oh ... wait .....
Google already has a
mega site that gives away everyone's images.
It is named Google Image
As of March 2013, surfers
do not have to enter our websites to see our images. This
means FREE content for Google, while we pay for the bandwidth.
We can block Google from hotlinking to our full sized
images, but in so doing this Google cannot properly index
and thus show our images to anyone who might actually enter
To add further insult
to injury, Google continues to index sites that likewise steal
images via hotlinking. In performing searches using adultish
words or phrases with Safe Search turned OFF, a majority of
images retrieved end up redirecting visitors to sites owned
by bandwidth thieves.
The consequence of this
rampant thievery occuring over the years is that surfers are
less inclined to actually enter any websites for fear of getting
infected with malware. That is usually the case when ending
up at one of those parasite domains.
On a related note, I
had so many thieves hotlinking to images on my Pinterest boards
that Pinterest staff erased my boards. Poof! Gone were seven
hundred images driving traffic from my Pinterest account to
this website. Pinterest did not care for having its bandwidth
being siphoned, but I was the one punished in the fallout.
All this because thieves were intent upon stealing traffic
away from Pinterest via Google Image Search.
Whatever. Google does
not care, as long as you use Image Search as it is now intended
to be used : as a mega warehouse of images Google does not
have to pay for. Or physically warehouse. The same perks that
those lowlife traffic stealing bandwidth leeches enjoy.
Google probably should
care, because hotlinked images can be swapped with malware
infection inducing files. Simply put, your PC can be infected
while you browse through Image Search without actually entering
the websites hosting the full size images you are looking
at. The reality is that hundreds of poorly protected laptops
and desktop computers are being infected daily by Google,
a company that will never claim responsibility for it happening
Wow. It almost sounds
like I am trying to discourage you from using Google, which
would be further counter productive to the goal of having
my small obscure website exposed to the masses like it once
However ..... after having
unique text and unique drawings on a unique website for 10
years - the ever dwindling traffic from Yahoo, Bing and Google
combined amounts to about 150 visitors daily. And that is
even with currently being ranked #1 for drawing nudes
and #7 for nude drawings at Bing/Yahoo.
Most of the websites
that I have swapped traffic with over the last decade have
folded their tents due to the organic traffic streams of each
participant drying up as well. Simple
Nudes is one of a handful of domains remaining that actually
helps surfers find particular websites of interest. It is
currently on life support after losing 90% of the traffic
flowing through it.
Let us recap, shall we?
It is not 2005. It is
the year 2015. During that time, I have lost 75% of my overall
traffic because search engines have been made more efficient
and reliable. As you can gather, I have really don't
have much to lose and almost everything to gain by speaking