The Lure of Alpaca Poetry

One of the nicest things about having a wordpress blog is that it tells you what search terms people are using to end up at your site. I get a lot of people looking for information on specific subgenres, quite a few hits on the Grammar Week articles, people looking specifically for me (blog name, my name, book name), and the writing craft ones seem fairly popular as well.

But the search term that gets people here most often? Alpaca poetry.

I admit this amuses the heck out of me. (The Landsquid is less pleased with this turn of events. Though admittedly “landsquid” is pulling in a substantial amount of hits itself.)

(Although, the search term that is currently amusing me the most is “fear of plesiosaurs.” I don’t even what.)

So what is it about the fuzzy and evil Alpaca (and their poetry) that not only makes the Alpaca Poetry post one of the top three most viewed here, but makes people actually search Google for it?

Is it that their propensity to steal top hats? The fact that they look dashing in a monocle and an evil mustache? Their ability to wreak havoc with their sheer adorableness?

I vote for their innate ability to be hilarious in almost all situations. The Landsquid thinks the Alpaca is merely googling himself. (If so, he does it an awful lot.)

What do you think, Squiders?

Evil Laugh Alpaca(P.S. My tablet is working again.)


2 responses to this post.

  1. Of course alpaca poetry leads to high blog hits. There is no finer form of verse known to Humanity (or Alpacanity)! Alpacan sonnets make Shakespeare sound like a pre-pubescent Vogon in comparison.

    I am forced to wonder, though, how to exploit this information for my own personal gain. Could I boost my blog’s hit count by combining your high volume tag with mine? Methinks there is a “Blake Shelton Naked presents: Alpaca Poetry!” entry in my blog’s future.

    You have been warned.

    (Curse you, unclothed Blake Shelton and your physique’s irresistible drawing of the eye!)


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