Wednesday, April 10, 2013

If you're looking for BIG BOOPS, you're in the right spot.

My new job as an online content copywriter requires me to know a bit about SEO and web content, and as part of the deal I am learning more and more about metrics, such as the data that can be found about a particular website via Google Analytics. To help me learn, I've used this very Mutherford blog to familiarize myself with how Analytics works. I think that some of the data I found today is worth sharing.

I was researching the search terms that people are using that help them find my site in search engines, and the list of queries that bring someone to Mutherford is quite...interesting. Take a look:

It's nice to know that people who are looking for "baby nora" get to read about my beautiful niece. However, the majority of the rest of the list is downright disturbing. Something tells me that "big boops" is the result of a typo and the searchers were probably really disappointed to find stories about baby face boops on my blog. I would love to know what people were looking for when they entered "chapped ass" in the Google search field. Muffin top came up twice in the list, so that's neat. I had to look up "francis mango" to see what the deal there was - apparently "madame francis mango" is a type of Haitian mango. I'm sure everyone looking for the actual fruit was thrilled to see pictures of my stomach instead. I guess there's more than one "Hannah Boo Boo" out there (surely not quite the beauty queen my Hannah is), I'm apparently not the only one who has hurt my tailbone, and jt hannah's is a restaurant in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee that serves up some delicious-looking American cuisine. I'll have to try it out next time I'm in the 'hood.

In conclusion, the best way to find the Mutherford site by way of Google is to search for such terms as "big boops" or "muffin top." I am clearly changing the world one post at a time!

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