The Strange Ways People Find Your Blog

I don’t know if it is just me but I have always been fascinated by the ways in which readers find their way on to my blog. For those of you who are new to writing your own blog you can see what people type into their search engines when they stumble upon your blog through the handy “my stats” page.

Below I have listed my top silliest and disturbing terms people have typed in. Most of them I dread to think how it linked to my blog! For all those readers who are also bloggers; comment with your strangest terms and see if you can top mine!


1. how to fit a human in a backpack
2. writing on an old person
3. +”wall” paris street city
4. caught in my braces/suspenders
5. banksy you lie
6. kindrasaurus
7. “jammed in japan”
8. coffee up the olympic stadium
9. “she needed to pee so”
10. drunk cartwheel

24 thoughts on “The Strange Ways People Find Your Blog

  1. annainternational says:

    Glad I’m not the only one who worries about search terms leading to my posts, especially if they’re odd and I have a new follower around the same time!!
    Great blog, just found through this post! Following you now!

  2. jimmorrisonmysticimages says:

    Someone I knew on an online station and who was also on MySpace put my link up for me and also commenting on other related blogs for Jim brought many interested parties who have similar interests to my own. So if you see any others like YOU on my community or others community have a look in and if you have a comment and people are interested in your blog they will come…It’s either that or pay google which is worth it too though I don’t do this as yet…I’m not a PRO Blogger..yet..

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