Sunday Stats! (PS.You Guys are Funny)

sunday statsSo, you know that game where one person says a word and then another person blurts out the first word that comes to their head whether it makes sense or not?

That seems to be the kind of game Google plays every now and then.

Except, instead of saying  a random word, Google just gives you a bunch of random websites that may or may not have anything to do with your search term.

Anyways, earlier this week, the marketing department at WriterAccess was diligently researching SEO strategy (read: looking at all the hilariously and sometimes f’ed up search terms that brought people to this site) when we thought why not share some of these little gems with you.

First up– writers!

The following terms were used by writers to find us:

writeraccesd (kinda sounds the name of a club Stefon from Saturday Night Live would recommend… it would have everything- literate dogs reading celebrity tweets, JK Rowling impersonators, babies dressed like Shakespeare…)

access wrter (sounds like a type of spy)

wroter access (we came, we saw, we wrotered)

writer’s acce4ss (the “4” is silent)

most hated words (ok, valid)

2 (umm…)

Now the words everybody else used to find us:

who is big frank (I’m not sure, but now I’m curious)

medieval salutations (actually, we haveth you coveredeth)

10 reasons to date a writer (#1- we’re awesome)

heart bullet points (The old school Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper enthusiast in me thinks we need to start using more of these)

What are the weirdest search terms that have brought people to your site?

 

Charlotte Garden is in charge of all the blog content at WriterAccess. She’s a blogger by trade, a Gemini by birth, and frequently peppers references from 80s movies throughout her posts for her own amusement.


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