Of search and the Weekly Wrapup

June 11, 2012 - 16:17 | 2 replies

Jungle on Instacanv.as

Minna M. had noticed some strange Google searches leading to her blogs and was asking how have us, other bloggers been found. I checked my Google Analytics since the very beginning of this blog and found a couple of gems there.

All sorts of pervs had been searching for naked cleaning lady and hot bikini pic, though both can be found on this site. Sort of. Along those short patience has been a very popular way to end up here. The previous were amongst the top search phrases, alongside with several different versions of them.

The creepy category includes 10 worst stalkers ever (reference material, perhaps), i want to see my cleaning lady naked (do you really?) and isä porn (isä is dad in finnish).

The silly ones include searches such as how would you describe a tomato, laxative for swine, was pablo neruda fascinated by bugs as a child. So random, so definite.

Facebook chat and newsfeed settings, as well as being added on other people's Google+ circles without permission (yes, that's how it works) and the vanishing Twitter @mentions seemed to have worried bunch of searchers. Other techie stuff was also included, which is not that strange considering what I tend to blog about.

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Minna M. oli huomannut, että hänen blogeihin oli päädytty hassuilla Google hauilla ja kysyi, että miten meidät muut bloggaajat oli haettu ja löydetty. Yllä listattuna joitakin yleisimpiä, karmivimpia ja hassuimpia. Mukana myös viime viikon bloggaukset listattuna. Etkö halua missata enää mitään? Tykkää Facebookissa niin pysyt kärryillä!

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Haha, it's great to see others have been found through strange Internet paths. Naked cleaning ladies and top 10 stalked? It's a strange cyberverse out there :)

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Mervi on June 12, 2012 - 13:18 said:

Heh, I know, Minna. I can see why these happened, at least sort of. But what really confuses me is what sort of stuff people actually are googling about. I mean... So many searches for naked cleaning ladies, it's rather disturbing. :D

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