As a blogger, one of the interesting aspects of blogging is site statistics. Yes, it’s fun to see what blog posts generated more traffic and how many site views my blog receives each day. It is also amazing to see the number of countries represented by people who have stopped to look at my blog, even if just for a few seconds.
But beyond those statistics, the piece of information that entertains me the most is the search terms. This is the area where Word Press tells me what search terms people typed into a search engine to land on my page. I’d thought I’d share some of the more interesting search terms that have led people to my blog.
Search Terms for 365 days ending 2012-12-03, Summarized for NMNPHX
people who mock you how well you are doing
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cdc how to survive a zombie attack, zombies on your wedding day
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i’m in mexico and can’t get wheres george to load
i am doing jumble,what is this word rlubaanben? can you straight the word out?
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i eat with a pitchfork asu
how did dr. rosson deal with the heat at his house
doctor oz invisible rid you of pain
mcdonald’s commercial that has oatmeal saying it’s never going to happen
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As hilarious as some of these search terms are, I can pinpoint which posts people were led to, with the exception of doctor oz invisible rid you of pain. I entered this phrase into Google and after looking through 5 pages of search terms with no site of my blog in the results, I gave up.
At least half of the search terms were in relation to my posts on NFL theme music. Below are some of my favorite searches related to the topic of NFL theme music:
best nfl theme nbc vs fox vs cbs
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current american football instrumental songs 2012
sleigh ride fox football theme
nfl on cbs theme music terrible
Now that I’ve shared some of the keywords that have led people to this blog, I’d like to hear from other bloggers on this topic. Do you have any unusual search terms that led people to your blog? Have you typed in a funny or bizarre search term only to find a website that you now frequent?