Unless you go to page 11, as I discovered when I searched incognito. What will you find instead? At least one dog, a rapper, an Australian magician, a restaurant, a football player… There’s way too many Mr. Biscuits.
If you look for “mr biscuit blog” or “mr biscuit cat,” I’m right up there. It’s a small victory, I suppose. Unless you’re using Bing, which will pull up my Twitter account when searching for these terms, but never this blog. Now, as much as I would like to believe otherwise, I don’t have a throng of followers, so that might explain the extremely low placement. But another issue is definitely WordPress.
WordPress is a great module to activate on a hosting plan. It’s customizable and easy to use. On the other hand, WordPress.com is a terrible host. It reduces picture quality and all of the great features are included in the priciest plans (and they don’t even include the domain name anymore). One of these features is SEO management, or Search Engine Optimization. Without this, a page is doomed to never appear in search results unless the query is very specific.
That’s why The Mr. Biscuit Blog & Webcomic will be moving at the end of the year. The bearded human’s had a good experience using the WordPress module on another host, so that’s exactly what we’ll do. I apologize in advance for any inconvenience that may occur at that time.
So that will help with my visibility, but maybe there’s too many Mr. Biscuits. Maybe I should be The Real Mr. Biscuit, or Foxy Biscuit. Sadly, there’s already a Sir Biscuit. Famous Biscuit only brings up recipes, so that could work. There was also a Mayor Biscuit on Veep. Mayor Biscuit. I could go for that.