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Why Does Nobody Look at My Blog ?

Why does nobody visit my blog ?
A question many bloggers ask as statistically most get fewer than 10 humans a day looking at their website.
Well, have a look at some of the things that brought visitors to this site :)

Here are a few of the more interesting things people typed into Google and found themselves here at my door. We get tens of thousands of visitors via search engines every month and trawling through stats and logs is both important in terms of SEO and successful site content management and at times both amusing and amazing.

In bold is the actual search term, normal text is my comment

do famous people leave their wives for you
This is a good one - note the interesting last word - I wonder who she is ???
finding a perfect wife
Perfect wife - an oxymoron surely :)
free online doctor diagnosis
Dr Rod gets a worrying amount of comments which I don’t authorize. Last week one was so concerning I actually emailed her saying she really has to go and see a doctor right away !
crossdressing leg shops
Chick jeans strike again
rod collins workout
I knew I’d get the message out there eventually - you too can look like me :roll:
cant find a man
There must be a shortage of good men out there as I get lots of these and derivatives
how does cheryl cole do her eye make up
A question most women should be asking :twisted:
sexy grimsby girls
Good luck with that one :)
is my toe broken
Don’t ask me - I don’t even know if mine was/is and I’m Dr Rod :oops:
are beards professional
No ! is the short answer
how to sell a banksy
Easy, email me - I’ll buy it !
where to buy a drain rod set in spain or france
Don’t know how this visitor arrived
single men who refuse to marry are selfless
Can’t argue with that :)
ff stockings micro skirts
Femme Fatale - you’re responsible for this match !
guitar hero lincolnshire
They were surely looking for me - no mistake this time :)
sock etiquette
Our old favourite is still going strong

An appropriate one to end on !
weird things people look up on google

I wonder how many of those who return regularly actually found the site ?


  1. Little Brother said,

    December 3, 2008 @ 9:56 pm

    Nice one, I’d get out of town after your comment about Grimsby girls though!
    I think they’re all lovely :mrgreen:


  2. Rod said,

    December 4, 2008 @ 6:53 am

    thankfully I don’t live in Grimsby but Great Coates :)

  3. Little Brother said,

    December 4, 2008 @ 8:14 am

    You’re in fish town fella, admit it!

  4. Annie Flinn said,

    December 4, 2008 @ 6:04 pm

    “Perfect wife” is not the oxymoron, it IS what women often call the men is their lives, however.

  5. Rod said,

    December 4, 2008 @ 6:28 pm

    whatever the perfect wife is I suspect any man seeking such a mythical creature would fair better in his quest were his starting point not an internet search :)
    Mithras only knows what you’ll find !
    Well, this site for a start so … quod erat demonstrandum as we hiley edukated folk say
    All the best

  6. Little Brother said,

    December 4, 2008 @ 11:07 pm

    Nice to see you’re using the ‘Idiots Guide to Latin’ I bought you last Christmas :)


  7. Rod said,

    December 5, 2008 @ 7:00 am

    yes indeed, it fits just right under my wonky dining table leg :)

  8. Lil said,

    December 29, 2008 @ 4:23 pm

    I came to your blog after going to the P.G. Wodehouse site. I was interested in your ideas of when the TV series was supposed to have been set. In one episode, Bertie is playing “Nagasaki” which had just been published, and that happened in 1928. In another, Jeeves offers the Wooster twins and Rainsby some Bollinger 1927 and one of the Woosters says, “It would be a shame for it to go off.” Was 1929 as bad in England as it was here in the U.S.? If you’ve read your history, you know that people in the U.S. were jumping out windows after the stock market crash, but Bertie seems to never worry about money so that makes me wonder when these episodes were set. I guess it would help if I read the books! Stupidly yours, L. Ray

  9. Rod said,

    December 29, 2008 @ 4:57 pm

    Hi Lil
    thanks for the comment and welcome to the site - hope you’ll return.
    Pleased to hear you’re watching the Jeeves & Wooster TV series - it’s superb !
    The books ran for about 50 odd years, starting around 1919.
    I guess the TV series was set between the late 20s and early 1930s with the shows drawing on stories and books rather than mimicking an exact book so.

    As to money, Bertie was blissfully unaware of it as he lived the life of a gentleman thanks to inherited family wealth. This also explains running story lines of why he had to ‘keep in with’ certain Aunts who had no children of their own !

    The J&W books are a delight and well worth a read - try Code of the Woosters
    All the best

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