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The Post-Christmas Keyword Stats

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I figured I’d share one of those occasional keyword search lists to give you an idea of what a lot of people were looking for when they managed to land here at Patrick’s Place.

I couldn’t understand why the post I did about South Carolina’s paltry state Christmas tree was listed at the bottom of the page as having received so many views.&nbsp  (I note that the view counter is only correct in that it counts views of all posts since the counter was installed; there’s no way to make it count retroactively, unfortunately.)

Now, I understand!

1. charlie brown christmas tree clip art — Sorry, folks, no clipart available here.&nbsp  There wasn’t even a Charlie Brown image in that particular post.&nbsp  Bet that was frustrating!

2. weird christmas movies — I guess people like offbeat Christmas films.

3. strange christmas movies — Wow.&nbsp  I guess people really, really like offbeat Christmas films!

4. southern things — Yeah, I remember this post, too.&nbsp  It was about traditionally-Southern things that I’m just not that into.

5. patrickkphillips.com — Wow.&nbsp  Why would you do a Google search for the URL?&nbsp  Why wouldn’t you just go to the URL and see what’s there?

6. saturday six — Nice.&nbsp  Glad to know people still look for it.&nbsp  (Have you played the most recent edition?)

7. sufficive to say — I’m always glad to see this one pop up, because it means that whoever searched for the phrase was taken to a post that explained that there’s no such phrase.&nbsp  The correct phrase is “suffice it to say.”

8. addressee unknown — I did a post about getting someone else’s mail.&nbsp  There must be a lot of others out there in the same boat.

9. mental feng shui — This one is almost always somewhere on the list.

10. turning 40 humor — No doubt searched for by someone who was 39 and looking for laughs.&nbsp  I hope they found them in my Turning 40 series.

And I hope you found — and continue to find whatever it is you’re looking for here at the blog.&nbsp  Thanks for visiting!

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Patrick is a Christian with more than 30 years experience in professional writing, producing and marketing. His professional background also includes social media, reporting for broadcast television and the web, directing, videography and photography. He enjoys getting to know people over coffee and spending time with his dog.

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  • I often use my swagbucks search engine to go to blogs even though they’re in my reader, because I get rewards! I’m waiting for my $5 Amazon gift card as I type this. I discovered Swagbucks while looking at my Statcounter, noticing someone arrived at my blog that way. Did a post on it and the person left a comment explaining the whole thing.

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