These posts are just the gift that keeps on giving. Despite Google restrictions that have slowed down the amount of search terms WordPress blogs receive, these whacked out terms just keep on coming.
This is my 21st search terms post (see them all here), including two greatest hits editions! The internet is awesome.
Quick reminder that these search terms are real. They do find my blog. And they are completely unedited. If you’ve ever doubted their validity, I’ve included a screenshot for your viewing pleasure. This is just an example of one of the weird terms in a long list of hundreds of less entertaining ones. Read more
It’s time for Your Search Questions Answered!
As you may know by now, these are just a sampling of the wacky, wild unedited search terms that find their way to 101 Books. I post them and then attempt some form of unclever response.
Let’s get started:
Let’s get right to it today. You know the drill.
These are unedited, uncensored search terms that find their way to my blog, paired with my observation on each. For all prior editions of Your Search Questions Answered, go here.
Guess what? It’s time for another edition of Your Search Questions Answered!
Have you missed it? Don’t answer that question.
If you’re new to 101 Books, the Your Search Questions Answered series is about the wacky, wild, wonderfully ridiculous search terms and questions that find their way to my blog. I leave them in all their unedited glory, then provide an answer or some attempt at witty humor.
For previous editions in the series, go here. Now, let’s get started!
It’s been awhile since we did a Your Search Questions Answered post around here, so let’s break one out today.
You know the drill. These are search engine terms that found their way to my blog, and I’ve left them in all their unedited glory. Below each is my weak attempt at humor or cleverness.
For past Your Search Questions Answered posts, go here.
Now let’s get started!
Here we go again. It’s some of the weirdest and wackiest search terms, in all their unedited glory, that found their way to 101 Books over the last few months.
For past editions of Your Search Questions Answered, go here.
Now for Volume 15!
This edition of Your Search Questions Answered has an annoying words theme.
For the most part, a lot of my juicy, funny search terms this time around were related to my post about 7 annoying words that should die a horrible death. That post tends to generate all kinds of weird traffic.
If you need a recap on past volumes of Your Search Questions, here you go. Remember, I leave the searches in all of their unedited glory.
So…here you go:
Ding! Ding! It’s that time again.
Time for Your Search Questions Answered–the weirdest, strangest, and freakiest search terms that lead Googlers to 101 Books–posted in all their unedited glory and coupled with my possibly snarky responses.
If you’re so inclined, you can read older versions in the archive. On with volume 11:
Here we go. I don’t know that anybody is asking for it, but I’m giving it to you anyway–the tenth installment of Your Search Questions Answered.
Remember these are actual, unedited search terms that found my blog, with my insightful and, perhaps, disturbing commentary. Check out past editions in the archive.
May the fun begin:
So it’s been almost a year since I started the “Your Search Questions Answered” series of posts. In that time, I’ve written 9 posts in the series with well over 100 unique search terms.
The beauty about this series is that the well never dries up. Every day, I’ll log away one or two search terms/phrases/questions that led to my blog. And, if the search terms are any indication, about 20% of this blog’s traffic comes to Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret related posts. At least it seems that way. Thanks Judy Blume.
While I’ve got a ton of search terms still waiting on me to poke fun at, I thought today we could take a look back at some of the best ones from the first 9 posts. Remember, these are actual, unedited search terms that came to 101 Books.
Here’s the Greatest Hits edition of Your Search Questions Answered: