My visitors came from *where*?!
I have a Statcounter counter on this site and I like to check it to see how visitors find Magnificentfrigatebird.com. The counter tracks visitors to not only the blog but also our birder gift & novelty shop and our Amazon affiliate birder shopping pages for books, birding supplies and optics. Last month I decided to keep track of some of the more unusual search terms people used to find the site. Here’s a breakdown of the most interesting search terms.
what are you doing? how would you like someone to blow that thing inside your house? This strange sequence of text leads to my previous blog post about Hayden Panettiere coming to the defense of birds while shooting an episode of Heroes. It makes sense once you read the article, but taken out of context, I can’t imagine what people would think that is all about!
swift value Just what is a swift worth these days, anyway?
frigate bird pooping At least they weren’t searching using Google’s image search.
giant crow museum Woo hoo! Magnificentfriagebird.com is number one in Google for this search! I’m just wondering: were they looking for a museum all about to oversized crows, or a massive institution devoted to corvids?
transvestite bird Rock on, this site is also number one in Google for this term.
women pishing I guess this one was looking for a list of great pick-up lines?
pecker prints No comment.
Checking your stats is a great way to keep tuned in to what your visitors are looking for. They can spark a new idea for a future blog post or (in my case) a fun inspiration for a new line of t-shirts!
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