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Quiff Boy
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just having a look at the analytics for the site, and there's a section which tells me what people searched google for in order to get here...

almost all of the search terms are fairly predictable, and tells me i'm doing the right thing with keywords etc

almost all, apart from the last one...

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wtf? :lol:

and sure enough, here we are:

http://www.google.co.uk/search?rls=en&q ... 2+eldritch

i'm blaming you, sultan2075 :lol: :lol:
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Cough!

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:lol:

We're using GA at PD just for a little while and I never checked this TBH - now it's about time..
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Didn't we all come here searching for information on Von's domestic routine?
Any more of that and we'll be round your front door with the quick-setting whitewash and the shaved monkey.
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Nikolas Vitus Lagartija
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stufarq wrote:Didn't we all come here searching for information on Von's domestic routine?
:lol: Surely Real Goffs don't hoover.
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Nikolas Vitus Lagartija wrote::lol: Surely Real Goffs don't hoover.
you set 'em up...
splintered thing wrote:we dust :wink:
...and he'll knock 'em down

:lol: :lol: :notworthy:
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splintered thing wrote:we dust
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As a Nephs fan,I of course don't actually dust,I just wear it!
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ribbons69 wrote:As a Nephs fan,I of course don't actually dust,I just wear it!
You are called an obsessive Collector then, they are quite common in this scene ;D

Now that we know this, let's twist these analytics to our own hand, shall we people? :twisted:

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splintered thing wrote:we dust
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Possibly the most goth joke ever. :lol: :notworthy:
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Thank you, thank you very much.

Miss splintered thing :wink:
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:lol: damn funny. Whoever did this he/she got great sense of humour.
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what i find strangest is that 159 people actually searched for that last month :lol:
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hilarious! :lol:
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What I find funny is that HL's keywords would actually meet the criteria of that search in the first place. You may think you're doing the right thing with them, Quiffy, but it sounds to me like we should be removing all the sharp objects.
Any more of that and we'll be round your front door with the quick-setting whitewash and the shaved monkey.
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Anyway, never mind the paltry 159 searches with "how he hoovers". What about the 214 searches with "backstage rider" ? What's all that about ?
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People want to know if he brings his mobility scooter to gigs.
Any more of that and we'll be round your front door with the quick-setting whitewash and the shaved monkey.
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stufarq wrote:People want to know if he brings his mobility scooter to gigs.
:lol: I suspect that at this very minute there are renegade HLers dreaming up even more imaginative searches to make it into next month's Top Ten ...
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Very impressed to see a new highest ever "number of users online" a fortnight ago. What was so special about November 21st ??
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Nikolas Vitus Lagartija wrote:Very impressed to see a new highest ever "number of users online" a fortnight ago. What was so special about November 21st ??
Usually the highest number online had been when we were getting a flood of spambots heading our way, but there was no spike in new users this time. :?: :?:
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Quiff Boy wrote:just having a look at the analytics for the site, and there's a section which tells me what people searched google for in order to get here...

almost all of the search terms are fairly predictable, and tells me i'm doing the right thing with keywords etc

almost all, apart from the last one...

Image

wtf? :lol:

and sure enough, here we are:

http://www.google.co.uk/search?rls=en&q ... 2+eldritch

i'm blaming you, sultan2075 :lol: :lol:
I never look in here. Er... sorry :innocent:
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