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July 2003 Zeitgeist

Every month (since February) I post my site's referral search terms (not what people search for on my site). It's an interesting peek that illustrates "how people are finding me." Here's July's…

July 2003 NSLog();
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#  Hits   Percent   Search Phrase
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1   506    4.25%   mario kart gamecube
2   358    3.01%   american idol 3
3   191    1.60%   trista and ryan
4   171    1.44%   kiera knightly
5   168    1.41%   American Idol 3
6   126    1.06%   iphoto for windows
7   114    0.96%   jenna heidi playboy
8   107    0.90%   iphoto windows
9   101    0.85%   Jenna Heidi survivor playboy
10   78    0.65%   trista ryan
11   67    0.56%   color sidekick
12   64    0.54%   heidi jenna playboy
13   64    0.54%   heidi strobel playboy
14   63    0.53%   national geographic swimsuit issue
15   59    0.50%   Trista and Ryan
16   58    0.49%   national geographic swimsuit
17   56    0.47%   keira knightly naked
18   55    0.46%   survivor playboy
19   53    0.45%   hacking xp
20   47    0.39%   jenna morasca playboy

Trista and Ryan of The Bachelorette fame are still up there. Lots of Jenna/Heidi/Playboy things, go figure. People are very good at misspelling Keira Knightley's name. However, the surprising thing: "American Idol 3" and "Mario Kart GameCube" leap to the top of the list. If you hit up Google, you'll probably see why. NSLog(); is number 5 and number 1 respectively in the results.

4 Responses to "July 2003 Zeitgeist"

  1. Keira Knightly naked? Where?! 😛

  2. In our email (not!). 0:-)

  3. Search Terms

    Every now and again I look through my logs to see how people find me. Erik does this monthly and posts the results, but I can't be bothered. But what I can be bothered about is spending a couple of...


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