Tuesday, August 22, 2006

How Did YOU Find Us?

On a topic much less intense (though the previous topic is still very heavy on my mind - and it didn't help that I researched the Morgan Nick story today, being reminded that abductions occur in my home state), Scott just showed me how to view our web stats through our web host. I've been using web stats through some free site, but Internet Explorer users kept getting pop-ups which we assumed were Haloscan-related but continued even after we left Haloscan in favour of Blogger comments (which I finally got working the way we want) and ANYWAY now I know how to use our host's web stats, and they are so much more informative! For instance, the following key phrases drew visitors to our site this month:

bionic nose
cowboy love
love of a cowboy
coo pat chocolate made in scotland
hostlings fleece pouch
wanted tortilla chips
feeding a baby with ur boobs
my dirty wife
hea a a a a art
american pickle statistics
party line how to call

and my two favourites:
greenock porn
hard spankings.

And how exactly did YOU find us? (Please please please someone tell me it was the hard spankings.)


  1. Anonymous9:40 PM

    hard spankings.....no..no wait, aliens....no....no...a midsummernights dream....oh yea! Daniel told me about it. I'll still swear by the hard spankings tho.

  2. Anonymous1:19 AM


    just so you know,

    I still get pop up windows when I go to your site.

    i use Mozilla and a linux machine, if that helps any

  3. Anonymous5:06 AM

    Stats are amazing aren't they?! I think I get a bit too into mine and sometimes have to force myself to wait until the end of the week before viewing them.

    Some of your search phrases are hilarious! A couple months ago I started getting really dodgy phrases appearing in the stats and could not understand why. Then I realised an early blog post had a typo which resulted in a dodgy word - so I deleted it!

  4. Anonymous3:00 PM

    Well, I used to read the Happy Husband and I found your link in his sidebar. Not exactly as interesting as the google phrases, but there 'tis.


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