There's nothing so disheartening as discovering that over a quarter of the traffic on this site is a result of "back-link" spammers: robots that will continually hit a website in hopes that, I, the website's administrator will click on the source link and I don't know, buy something or watch pornography or whatever the spammers hope I'll do.
I get that this blog is the least popular of my blogs: my zombie blog is right now dominating readership over the others, mostly because it has the most interesting content, not to mention zombies; and my wargaming blog has a more followers on the whole, but has been mightily neglected of late as I dial down some of my miniature painting.
I think also that coming up with compelling RPG-related content is difficult. Most RPG-related blogs that I enjoy reading tend to talk about issues that I face as a GM, have helpful suggestions about neat things to add to a campaign, or just have pictures that fire up my imagination. I'll also freely admit that I'm in the process of trying to find a way for me to find my campaign interesting and engaging while at the same time consider what I might want to do if and/or when I switch over.
But until then, Russian spambots, you're welcome to read this a few dozen times. Everyone else too.
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