Something smells fishy to me…

by Lee Hopkins on February 17, 2009 · 6 comments

in humour

My post on tuna casserole - click on this image to visit that post

Even after years of running this blog, my post on tuna casserole is STILL figuring high in my ‘most visited pages’ list.

I have no idea why, but obviously ‘tuna casserole’ is a much-searched term on Google…

Perhaps Glenn Murray at DivineWrite can let me know how on earth I did so well in the search engine rankings when I did absolutely no SEO on the page at all.

Does anyone else have bizarre search engine traffic?


  • http://bondpapers.blogspot.com/ Ed Hollett

    About once a week, I will get someone searching for the first television job held by a reporter for one of the national television news networks in Canada.

    She started out on a children’s cable channel so the search terms – her screen persona – leap out.

    It is probably the most consistently popular page some three years after I first posted it.

  • http://bondpapers.blogspot.com Ed Hollett

    About once a week, I will get someone searching for the first television job held by a reporter for one of the national television news networks in Canada.

    She started out on a children’s cable channel so the search terms – her screen persona – leap out.

    It is probably the most consistently popular page some three years after I first posted it.

  • http://www.breakingmurphyslaw.com/ Lee Potts

    Hi Lee,

    I get a least a dozen hits everyday from searches for variations on the phrase “wet tee shirt.” Obviously there are a large number of disgruntled searchers arriving and quickly leaving once they realize the post they are being lead to has absolutely nothing to do with what they are looking for. Best post title ever.

  • http://www.breakingmurphyslaw.com Lee Potts

    Hi Lee,

    I get a least a dozen hits everyday from searches for variations on the phrase “wet tee shirt.” Obviously there are a large number of disgruntled searchers arriving and quickly leaving once they realize the post they are being lead to has absolutely nothing to do with what they are looking for. Best post title ever.

  • http://www.LeeHopkins.net/ Lee Hopkins

    Lee: LOL!!! Perhaps I should take the advice of some other colleagues on Twitter and start running porn videos on my sites to boost traffic numbers :-)

    Ed: So what’s the search term, Ed?

  • http://www.LeeHopkins.net Lee Hopkins

    Lee: LOL!!! Perhaps I should take the advice of some other colleagues on Twitter and start running porn videos on my sites to boost traffic numbers :-)

    Ed: So what’s the search term, Ed?

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