Before I bring you tonight’s chapter, I interrupt this blog with some breaking news.
Did anybody notice in yesterday’s chapter that clicking the link to OnlineGrinds.ie brought you to my personal Facebook page?
I think I know what’s happening. It looks like BS has made the kind gesture of putting a redirect on the site so that if you click on an inbound link from my blog to OnlineGrinds.ie, it will redirect you to my personal Facebook page.
Try again here: www.onlinegrinds.ie
Yep, looks like that will bring you to my Facebook too.
He must be doing this as a way of saying sorry to me for all that’s happened. He probably thinks that I will get more Facebook friends if he redirects people here. How nice of him.
The only thing I would be worried about is that this could appear to be an admission by BS that there is something to hide on the website, and that he doesn’t really want people seeing it. Could it be the Easter wording in July? Your guess is as good as mine.
If you really want to see it, so you can see what he is trying to hide, you can follow these three simple steps:
1. Copy http://www.onlinegrinds.ie
2. Paste into url bar
3. Press enter
It’s a simple as that. Maybe we should have a competition. The first person to spot what BS is trying to hide on the OnlineGrinds.ie website wins a prize! Sound good? Let me think of a prize and get back to you :).
Also, if you want to see my personal Facebook, it’s clearly visible by clicking the link under my mug shot to the top left of the blog. You see the big F? That’s it. And feel free to add me as a friend. I love receiving new friend requests, especially if you are hot.
As a way of saying thanks to BS for bringing people to my personal Facebook, I think it would be only fair to return the favour by directing you to his company Facebook page. Let’s try to get him a few more likes than 26; he does run an IT company after all!