Posted by: maddiejoan | October 18, 2007

Soooooooo! What next for Maddie Joan?

img011.jpgBeen one kick in the arse year for me –starting last year with the abrupt firing of the original cast of Pokemon (I played Meowth for 8 years) –to the untimely demise of Weekly World News. So what now? What’s in store for everybody’s favorite leftwing jewish Brooklyn transexual? How do I build “Tabloid Planet™” into the unstoppable juggernaut of web 2.0 publishing ithat it’s aching to be!? Any suggestions? Is anyone even reading this? How can I get more people to read? Help a sistah out!I’m on  very short waiting list to becoming America’s next Pop Idol! You, dear reader can get in on the ground floor! Pretty please with sugar on it? 



  1. I can see a great deal of potential here. So I will humbly offer what advice I can.

    My first suggestion is very simple, build up your page a little more. Your introduction posts are wonderful, they catch the reader’s attention (as expected from one of the greats of WNN) but, there is nothing else.
    A few more blurbs to give the reader a peek into the inner-workings of your mind, and sort of set the pace of what’s to come, would be a good step to take.

    As for getting more readers, the key factor in that is to build, sell, then step back. Once you have a decent amount of content, you can start to tell people about your site, the key to this step is not to oversell yourself. You want to tickle the curiosity of potential readers, then let them come to your site. After which, if they like what they see, they will start to share with friends and acquaintances.

    That is all I can think of for the moment, I hope it helps. Keep striving to make this the hit it is meant to be.

  2. Tits and brownie recipes. That’s what America wants to see.

  3. Monkeys always help with ratings. 🙂

  4. Really? Meowth?

  5. I would see if you can put a link on a Herald comment. They claim that’s a blatant bid for free blog advertising. I’d love to see if they are even=handed in their application of this strange principle.

  6. Oh, shut UP, Prok. Lord.

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