In order to find online articles, readers may visit a website directly, find links on social media, applications or through search engines. WordPress provides statistics regarding referrals to their blogs and often displays the search terms used. In 2013 Google started the mas expansion of search terms they encrypt for privacy reasons. As a result, WordPress displays “unknown search terms” when the search terms are encrypted. A few months ago I decided to take some screenshots whenever I am able to see the search terms, just so I know how readers find my blog. I was alarmed! Here are the results:
So someone wanted to find out the temperature in degrees Celsius required to bake a potato pudding.
To bake sweet potato pudding requires at least 190 degrees Celsius or 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
“Whatsapp adventist” not sure what this person was looking for. Is there a Whatsapp group for Adventists?
“Aldeam Facey” – Oh crap they are searching for me! *runs and hides*
To find out how to get your driver’s license in Jamaica, click here.
“Making jelly on Jamaican sweet potato pudding”
My mother does this all the time without fail but for me it only works when I use a real coconut (not the processed ones) and extra water. See recipe here.
There are Whatsapp groups for relationships and single Seventh Day Adventists? Interesting.
“How to masturbate a boy”
What!? You know you are doing something wrong when someone searches for ‘how to masturbate a boy’ and your blog pops up. I’m pretty sure they didn’t find the help they needed.
“What will a church say when you get pregnant and not married”
Well they will say a lot of things. But here is how you should react!
“Are Jamaicans SDA” – Well I am and we do have a very large movement here #theremnantchurch!
“Where is the learners license office found in Jamaica”
15b Old Hope Road
Cross Roads, St. Andrew
*Next to the RBTT Bank
That last one shocked me! What were they looking for?! Better question, Why did my blog pop up? #worried
– Aldeam Facey 2015