Don’t Worry About Me, Worry About You

For all you non-bloggers out there, here’s a fun tid bit: blogging platforms track different statistics about your blog such as hits per day, which pages are the most popular, what links people click, etc. The most entertain stat, I think all my fellow bloggers can agree on, is how people find your blog.

Last week, I stumbled upon one that made me laugh out loud (like really embarrassingly loud) at work. Then I started to worry about some of you readers out there and your mental stability.. or instability in some cases. I have no idea how some of these search terms relate to my blog, but if “rub and tug suffolk hot dog truck” helped you find your way here, more power to you.

That got me thinking what other weird, bizarre search terms people have used to stumble upon my corner of the internet. Once you’re done with this list, you’ll be worrying about people too.

  • name of race from dentastix
  • triathlon bladder full pee wetsuit
  • pictures of cute hordurve
  • big girl panties poster
  • dogs hate to get hugs  (this is the biggest lie I have ever heard!)

I have the name of a good therapist if any of you need one…

Have you ever found a blog using a non-conventional method?

What strange ways have people found your blog?


2 thoughts on “Don’t Worry About Me, Worry About You

  1. Tifanny,
    I don’t think it’d be nice for me to share how people get to my blog, your blog is a family, but if you give the therapist’s name I’ll be sure to pass it on to those getting to my blog by search terms using words like: mothers, style, doggy, and daughter (mix and match the words and you’ll get the idea lol)

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