Chris Pietschmann

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NAVIGATION - SEARCH

Site Referral Keywords: Top 10, Strange and Surprising

I've had Google Analytics set up on my site since the middle of January so I can get an idea on what content gets the most traffic. The goal has been satisfied; I know which pages get the most hits. Now, if there were a way to integrate it within my RSS feed... but that is another topic to discuss elsewhere.

I was looking at some of my referral keywords from search engines, and I thought I'd share some of them. I was actually a little surprise that some of my posts ranked as high as they did with some of these keywords.

TOP 10 Keywords:
web messenger
vista ultimate key
vista ultimate product key
msn web messenger
webmessenger
msn webmessenger
webmessenger.msn.com
vista ultimate cd key
system.drawing.color
asp.net 2.0 javascript

Keywords where I'm the First Result in the list:
sql parse
javascript loop document

Strange (this actually kind of scares me):
i love web messenger

Before the MSDN Article (it wasn't my goal, but what can I do?):
vbscript error '800a03e9'

On First Page of Search Results:
wisconsin .net users group
easiest version of linux
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asp.net multiline
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virtual earth v5
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asp.net parse url
receiveserverdata
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asp.net javascript include
asp.net 2.0 javascript
virtualization x64

As you can see my site comes up alot when searching for both MSN Web Messenger and Vista Ultimate Product Keys. I would prefer some of my more technical content come up instead, but I guess there are lot of people searching those two things. I have even had alot of people email and comment asking me to send them my Vista CD Key; as if I'm going to share it.

Hopefully next time I look through my referral keywords I'll find some more interesting and/or funny ones.

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