How Do You Google?

by - August 21, 2015

How Do You Google? SelfBinding Retrospect by Alanna Rusnak

It's a high and mighty compliment when you go through your blog statistics and realize that most traffic comes from direct searches for "selfbinding retrospect" and "alanna rusnak blog". That says something. Like the internet is my Cheers and everybody knows my name. Except they don't - I'm just having a prideful moment.

Pardon me.

But what brings me as much joy - if not more - are the strange things people type into their browser that somehow, someway, connect them to this pretty little place of mine.


A Countdown Of The Latest & Greatest Searches Leading To SelfBinding Retrospect

 Here are my most recent top 4 favourites:

4. 'migraine fairy lights'

It isn't so strange that a search like this landed someone here - I wrote a post specifically about migraine fairy lights - what's weird is that there's someone else out there in the world who described their migraine experience the same way and I can only hope they felt a little less alone in their experience when they read my story.

3. 'dream in a tree'

Oh, how romantic! I haven't a clue what post this took them to but *sigh* I'd like to read it...

2. 'how to go to school drunk'

Um - what? I try to maintain an image of adorable wholesomeness on this blog and how someone searched this and found me, I'll never know but HA! I hope they learned something a little more helpful and future-positive.

1. 'ladies wearing tube socks working out'

YES!!! But, no! This made me laugh. I mean, how in the world???!!! And once again, WHAT??? The things people Google are amazing!!! 

Do you have a blog or website? Check and see how people are finding you - it could add a giggle to your day!!!

p.s. Don't go to school drunk!

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