Search Engine Results

Just to share the random ways in which people can find you and you’re blog, I’m sharing some of the searches people have used to find me via Search Engine over the past year. (If you don’t know, this means someone has gone to Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, etc… and searched these things and my blog has come up in their search results)

  • Ice Carving at Lake Louise
  • Natalia Grace
  • Life in the Rocky Mountains
  • Grow through what you go through
  • The Struggles of being Male
  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency personal stories
  • Yolo so you don’t waste your life
  • What causes people to do bad things
  • When your day is a shit day
  • How to decorate inside a teepee tent
  • Job hunting rant
  • Natalia Grace bone density
  • Natalia Grace on Dr. Phil
  • Another year around the sun
  • Millennial Job Interview
  • How do you spell milenial?
  • Feeling the need to call HR
  • Natalia Grace still has baby teeth
  • Whats it like to be homeless
  • Amazon

I hope this serves as a reminder that you really can’t fathom the extents to which your posts can reach. You can implement SEO and try to be strategic about it, but sometimes people are going to type a random sentence into a search engine and somehow, your blog will appear. I mean… I’ve never written a darn thing about teepees on my blog but somehow that’s how someone found me.

What are people typing to search engines to find you?

56 thoughts on “Search Engine Results

  1. Random things on my end. When I turned 21 a few years ago I wrote a post about it, and someone typed in “I turned 21 today” and they must’ve found my blog. I hope they had a good birthday whoever they are!

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    1. That’s really cool! You were able to connect with a complete stranger on your birthday, someone who shares a birthday with you, without even knowing it at the time!

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  2. I did learned the basics of SEO techniques when I started up my blog, back in 2015. But now, I don’t remember them at all and I’m happy with what I publish on my blog because people do come over and check out it, if what I’ve written is of their interest.

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  3. I am mystified by something else. When they find you by search engine but “no search terms recorded” even though (In my case) 5 people found you by Google search that day.
    I don’t understand how search terms are not recorded if they searched.

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    1. Oh, I have quite a few ‘no search terms required’. If someone is searching via VPN, or has security on their computer beyond what us normal kinfolk have, then it could be unknown.

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      1. No yer don’t, you need to know you. So, here’s something (((starts to giggle}}}: Patient says “So Doc, what’s new?”, Doc says “Well I’ve some good and some bad news. The good news is you only have to take these four pills, but the bad news is you will have to take them one a day for the rest of your life”. {{{laughing}}}

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    1. From the looks of the list, the majority of it is coming based from titles of posts I’ve made (minus the teepee comment, that was left field for me). These subject matters also happened to be some of my most popular posts, and posts that others shared/reblogged to their blogs.

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