Monday, February 25, 2008

Wotchoo lookin' for?

My blog's become extremely popular in the Google searches over the last two-three months, the most popular searches being "beautiful in my eyes", "empirical proof", and "haldi milk", in that order. Sundry searches for cures for hypochodriasis, a place to stay in San Francisco, the OotP movie (including one for "injuries in the harry potter and the order of the phoenix movie"!) and Uncle Chipps have also brought a lot of visitors to my blog. The funniest so far, in my opinion, have been "my friends call me a feminist", "cars for family of five", and "one quality to pass on ur kid." I mean, seriously, my blog giving advice on child-rearing?

These searches have also helped me correct a lot of spellings on my blog too. Had you noticed, for example, that for the first year of its existence, the word 'idiosyncrasies' was spelled incorrectly in the 'About Me' section?

I am particularly intrigued, however, by this morning's visitor's search: "explain how to open a email". Most people I know figure out the email bit before they learn to search for things online. This person obviously did it the other way round. Good for him/her!

8 comments:

ZiggyStrauss said...

Do you know one of your visitors is "Satellite Provider" somewhere in the Pacific?

a traveller... said...

I know... but he/she never showed up on statcounter. And you call these "good" comments?

ZiggyStrauss said...

they're longer than 'heh.' AND they're relevant to the entry and not off tangent

a traveller... said...

How is "heh" not relevant? ^o)

ZiggyStrauss said...

How IS 'heh' relevant? hmmm?

a traveller... said...

It is a reaction to the post, therefore making it relevant?

ZiggyStrauss said...

Well then no comment is a comment too! so theer...you know how AG said - 'not playing games is a game too'

a traveller... said...

Bah.