I’ve discovered ten new tricks to drive a woman mad when you give her oral sex. Want to learn them?
I don’t have ten tricks for giving women oral sex. I’m told that I’m pretty good at it. There is only one trick: Don’t stop. Ha!
We cross social media channels with our posts. Our Twitter account (@thedcagedlion) gets a tweet for each post we make. I figured it would be easy for readers to get a preview and then click to read our posts. Some do, but most just read the preview and sometimes respond to it. Most just read the preview and move on. That means I should probably pay more attention to the first couple of sentences in each post. Maybe I could entice more Twitter readers to visit here.
I can’t seem to bring myself to do that. It isn’t that I don’t want more readers; of course, I do. It just feels too contrived to generate clickbait instead of letting each post develop naturally. Newspaper writers are forced to give away the story in the first paragraph. Editors know that people will only spend a few seconds on a story. If it doesn’t grab them at once, they move on. The same is true here on the Web. I understand that I’m probably hurting our visitor count when I fail to make the post title or topic sentence enticing enough.
Oh, what the hell? I’m going back and adding a more exciting topic sentence. Here goes…
Did it work? Pretty cheesy. Ugh!
A while ago (I can’t remember when we started), I discovered that our posts could be turned into podcasts. I set it up, and iTunes started carrying it. Before long, it appeared on nearly every podcast site. If you have the Alexa app on your phone or own devices that let you use Alexa voice control, you can hear our podcasts simply by saying, “Alexa, play Male Chastity Journal Podcast.” How about that?
I can’t get good information about how many people listen to our podcasts. I know that quite a few do based on traffic to the podcast URL. It also turns out that the Google AI data source for the scary smart ChatGBT used our site as one of its 1.5 million web sources. It turned out that we are in the top half with 39,000 samples from our posts used in its model.
What does this all mean? Not a damn thing, as far as I can tell. We don’t make any money from our site. We are anonymous, so we aren’t famous. I suppose it just means that some people like to find out what we’re up to. It means that we have made a few ripples in some people’s lives. That feels pretty good to me.