Search engine terms

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  • #936110

    pennysadler
    Member

    I see that the words “cats in the morning” are in my stats,,,as words used by search engine to find my blog

    Since my blog has nothing to do with cats why would that show up? Very bizarre.

    The blog is http://www.adventuresofacarryon.com

    The blog I need help with is adventuresofacarryon.com.

    #936216

    timethief
    Member

    Google search string > cats in the morning site:adventuresofacarryon.com
    Google search results > http://tinyurl.com/7n3ls93

    #936241

    pennysadler
    Member

    I tried that but couldn’t find it. did you just type cats in the morning into the search box? How did you do it?

    And thank you!

    #936248

    timethief
    Member

    I went to Google search and I typed
    cats in the morning site:adventuresofacarryon.com
    into the searchbox and clicked the Google search button

    #936317

    pennysadler
    Member

    I guess I don’t understand how this all works? I thought that the idea was for the site to be found, in other words, you don’t know the url, you just are searching for cats in the morning,,,for example,,,and you would find me.
    Does that make sense?

    #936319

    justpi
    Member

    As timethief showed, this post of yours
    http://adventuresofacarryon.com/2011/11/04/my-mini-piazza/
    includes the words “cats” and “morning”, so why do you find it strange that someone found your blog using that phrase?

    #936347

    pennysadler
    Member

    Timethief, thank you for your help.

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