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The Return of Legendary Strange Keyword Referrals

Monday, November 8th, 2010

It has been a long time since I collected some of the strange keywords people use to arrive at Muskblog and the rest of Muschamp.ca. I was trying to keep my blog and online profiles more professional…

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More Muschamp.ca Keyword Referrals

Saturday, June 14th, 2008

It has been a long time since I did a post like this. Well over six months. I even took my website down…

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More Keyword Referrals

Thursday, April 12th, 2007

Although I’m trying not to blog, because I’m tired of telling the truth and being ignored, I have watched some of the traffic being sent to Muschamp.ca from the search engines and have noted down another month or so worth of odd keyword referrals…

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January’s Odd Keyword Referrals

Thursday, February 1st, 2007

Well I just got off the phone with someone in Africa. I think it may very well be the first time someone has called me from that continent. It was a pleasant surprise, though there was also some awkwardness…

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December’s Memorable Keyword Referrals

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

Collections of strange keyword referrals used to be a thing in the blogosphere, but then Google and other search engines decided to keep the data for themselves so they could monetize it. Now a collection like this remains an artifact from a bygone era and contributed to my blog becoming an albatross…

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October’s Odder Keyword Referrals

Wednesday, November 1st, 2006

I’m not sure why I keep tracking this, then again I’m not sure why I bother doing anything anymore. I know people keep reading my blog, though how many regular readers I have I’m not sure. Some of my MBA classmates used to read my blog, perhaps some of them still do…

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Beware what you blog about

Friday, August 18th, 2006

It’s my own fault I suppose, but how could I know? I should have left well enough alone, never mentioned it again, but I didn’t. I went and linked to it again and I believe it has been re-aired on the Discovery Channel more than once, now “The Man Whose Arms Exploded” completely dominates my search engine referrals…

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