More on Search Engine Terms

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My favorite search engine term so far:

“How to make a monkey through typing” brought someone here today.

I’d like to know how to do that, too!

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5 Responses to “More on Search Engine Terms”


  1. 1 eatlivetravelwrite July 8, 2009 at 11:49 am

    That’s hilarious! I admit to being a geek about stuff like the Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools – LOVE looking at who visits from where and how they got there!

  2. 2 stranglingmymuse July 8, 2009 at 11:54 am

    That makes two search engine geeks in this conversation!
    –Sandy

  3. 3 K a b l o o e y July 9, 2009 at 9:35 am

    Sandy:

    I geek out about statistics sometimes myself. For example, you have 4 mentions of “muse” in your categories list and 2 mentions of “typing monkeys.”

    Is this telling in some way? I’m gonna assume no…

    Also, I apologize for letting my own fear about “finding time to write” and knee-jerk procrastination got in the way of your challenge idea. We should do something. Thank you for the intro to my doppelganger. (don’t know how to make an umlaut)

  4. 4 slacker-chick July 9, 2009 at 2:46 pm

    Wow, trying to figure out what “How to make a monkey through typing” even means is making my brain hurt…so I’m going to stop thinking now.

  5. 5 stranglingmymuse July 9, 2009 at 3:42 pm

    No apology necessary, Kablooey. As for your astute statistical observation: this means my Muse provides me twice the inspiration that typing monkeys provide. My Muse also provides at least four times as much inspiration as dancing iguanas, which don’t make an appearance in this blog at all.

    Until now.

    (Actually, the dancing iguana serves more as an anti-inspiration for me — it’s kinda creepy, isn’t it?)

    Rochelle, it means you type until a monkey mist starts flowing from your keyboard and gradually turns into a chimp. Like “I Dream of Jeannie,” except without the harem pants.

    –Sandy


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