Perverts are going to be so disappointed in my blog!

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Each evening, I take a quick look at the search engine terms that lead readers to my blog.

Not sure what that means? Well, when you Google something – we will use my blog as an example, “Awesome Blogger Rebel Chick”

I’ll pause for a moment and let your laughter die down…

After you Google a term, you end up on a Google page with a list of possible matches. If you searched for The Rebel Chick, then most likely, my blog, www.therebelchick.com, was at the top of the search results.

Each time someone searches for something that makes my blog end up in their results, and they follow that link to my blog, it shows up in my traffic statistics. The most common search term I see is “how to be a rebel” which I find hilarious. Also? “how to throw an 80’s party” which actually makes sense, seeing as how I have posted on my blog about 80’s parties.

Where was I going with this? Oh yeah.

So this evening, I am checking my statistics, and I see this:

Now, do you see something a little out of the ordinary?

Like…uh…someone searched for videosex 3d fantasys and Google, in their infinite wisdom, directed them to my website?!

I bet that they were awfully disappointed when they got here and saw that there was a serious lacking in the sexy videos!

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Comments

  1. says

    Sadly, I can relate. People get my fashion blog and site (Fashion Fling) mixed up with Fling.com all of the time. You’d think that would be short enough to type into the browser rather than search for it, lol.

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