Thursday, March 26, 2009

More Fun with Google Analytics!

I just love seeing how people stumble into Barefoot in the Park ...

Here are some of my favorite web searches that lead readers my way:

- "Mardi Gras Beads" interesting.
- "Kristin Wiig Barefoot" she IS funny but i'm pretty sure i've never mentioned her before!
- "Kappa Prep Said Jewish girl" hmm, i wonder if they were looking for Hopsy & Tag?
- "Barefoot Chuck Norris" classic.
- "Barefoot Contessa French Baguette" why thank you google for thinking my bread baking skills are like the Contessa's
- "Barefoot Gold Mine NC" Do they know something I don't know?
- "Barefoot in the Park Fragrance" I didn't realize I smelled THAT good ...
- "Chuck Norris Shirt Sneeze" another classic

Hall of Fame:
"Mexican Mullet Hair" no explanation necessary


"Where can I buy a Schrute Farms Beets tote bag?" I'd ask Dwight. Or maybe Chuck Norris ... he seems to have all the answers.


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Dollface said...

So how do I do this? do i just write inner workings of a barbie-doll and see what shows up? hmmmm... ever hit the "get lucky" button on google... hope to see u on mine, xoxo

Preppy Sue said...

I find this entertaining too! I always look at the "referrals".

Jennifer said...

It is hilarious to see some of the things people search for in google!

Lucky in Love said...

That is too funny! I love the last one you posted about the tote bag! So weird!

Liz said...

Those are pretty funny. My most popular ones are homemade funfetti and milk glass cake stand. I get a lot of martha stewart related stuff. One of the most memorable was definitely "Ollie Smells"

Heather said...

Some of those are pretty random and funny!

a H.I.T. said...

How do you find that on Google Analytics? I'm still trying to figure out how to find all this fun stuff and would appreciate any help!

Piper Jacquelyn said...

Barefoot Chuck Norris! I love it. I love the fact that someone would search for that to begin with.