dogs and cats, google, Jack Kilborn, Jane Koenen Bretl, Judy Clement Wall, search engine, Zebra Sounds
Here it is again: a quick round-up of search terms that curious people seeking answers to life’s nagging questions typed into their search engine of choice and ended up on my blog instead…
“Jane Killborn” (hard-core gore thriller author Jack Kilborn‘s eccentric aunt?)
“how to get dogs and cats to get along” (remains a mystery to all of us….)
“daily mirror cartoon jane” (can I speak in word bubbles? That would be fun.)
“guinea hen cooked in pig bladder” (Cool! I actually talked about that one…)
“something important” (isn’t that a rather vague search phrase?)
“candid tween” (I get a lot of visitors with that one)
“find my head” (if you lose your head, can you find it online?)
“zebra sounds” (being a fan of blogger/author Judy Clement Wall is lucrative)
And, what remains the most popular random link that googlers follow to reach jane, candid??
Yes, where upstanding citizens looking for real advice on how to operate the pre-wash cycle on their dishwasher instead find pictures of my dog licking the plates…
As a writer, one likes to think that people visit said blog on purpose — but if I get a candid tween obsessed, guinea hen cookin’ pet whisperer who lost her head because the dishwasher pre-wash was broken? I’ll take it. All are welcome.
Dang! When I look at the search terms that have brought people to my blog, they are so boring by comparison!
Too funny! I get a kick out of reading what Google search brings readers to my site … at least the once 🙂
Love these! (One in particular.)
Someone found me once by typing “Nutritional value of zebra meat.” Yuck! (I imagine I was not what they expected!)
Jane Bretl said:
Judy, all I can say is… Yikes!