Mink Machine

Analyzing your web stats

For every web site, statistics are vital to understand your visitors. Now and then I have a look at the stats for this site and examine which keywords people searched for.

In the latest report, the top keyword is "pumphagel", followed by fascinating subjects such as "vampyrfladdermöss", "nakna håriga" (wtf?), "fånga mink", "stora kaniner", "filmer om jerusalem och liknande", "när fyller hayden christensen år", "mandelkubb ursprung", "dissecting mink", "butter chicken", "dansa merengue", "tobey maguires magrutor" and "borat-filmen med pamela anderson". Hilarious!

There are also advanced search queries such as "sorting asp column headers onclick -.net" and "how to remove blue border internet explorer dreamweaver".

I don’t know if I am to be flattered or insulted by these search queries, but they sure are entertaining. On the other hand, it’s just plain weird that I turn up as number five on a search for "Phoebe Greene", higher than both IMDB and Wikipedia.

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