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January 13, 2009

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That is hysterical! I'm proud to say that for like the LAST YEAR, one of the most popular text searches that landed folks on my blog is:

I HATE RACHAEL RAY

I cannot tell you HOW proud of that I am! :)

Oh, the jealousy! You've got some kind of party going on over here.

I have been thinking that there should be a monthly blog event for weird search terms that land people on your blog. Sort of like DMBLGiT, only for search terms. Surely "ho to can sauerkraut" would be a finalist.

One of the most popular search queries that gets people to my blog is "how to eat kiwifruit." I had no idea they were so difficult to eat.

The latest weird query contender is "rolling pin murder."

"Ho to Can Sauerkraut." Film at 11.

At least the 5" heels give you some distance from the stench. The plastic miniskirt, however, is no help.

No, no, no. It was a mistype:

"'ho toucan saurkraut." It's made with birds of ill repute.

"homemade pipe cock restraint" beats last year, unexpectedly! I have been internally debating whether or not to google that and brave whatever other scary snippets pop up in order to see what page of yours that refers to.

OK, here's a hopelessly newbie question -- how do you find out what Google searches (if any) have landed people at your blog?

Family Nutritionist: Typepad has a very basic, built-in stat counter that tells you how many people came and what Web site referred them, if any. If it's Google, it tells you the search term. Maybe Blogger has such a thing? Don't know.

melch: I'll save you the trouble. It was this post: http://www.foodonthefood.com/food_on_the_food/2008/09/ah-public-school.html

NurseJen: Toucans are such sluts.

Jess: Yes, a plastic mini-skirt would be ill-advised. At least fishnet stockings breathe. As for the sauerkraut, it's not stinking up the joint as much as last year, and I'm starting to get worried that it's not going to be good.

adele: Kiwi fruits are virtually impenetrable.

Anita: That would be a good idea! If only I had leadership skills.

Rebecca: There's always room for one more ho at the party!

Non-Bacon Tammy: Wow, in ALL CAPS, too. Only such unflappable perkiness could incite so much ire.

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