Top clicks for Random Blts

According to the Google webmaster tools, the following searches result in the most clicks to this blog:

1 63% airsoft tips 4
2 16% veronica belmont star trek 4
3 11% lego digicomp ii 4
4 11% george bush alfred e neumann 8

I'm encouraged by the Veronica Belmont clicks. I still want to see her in a Star Trek outfit.

These results must be wrong though - I get a ton of traffic from people looking for the Disney castles, and this is verified through my own web logs.

Ah - the answer appears in another table:

1 35% supreme commander 8
2 12% japan 15
3 11% game boy 12
4 9% castle 33
5 6% disney castle 23
6 5% disneyland paris castle 9
7 2% paris disneyland 8
8 2% sleeping beauty castle 18
9 2% disneyland 111
10 2% castles 143
11 2% cinderella's castle 29
12 2% disneyland castle 19
13 2% disney world 103
14 2% paris 107
15 1% manhattan beach 43
16 1% cinderella castle 44
17 1% tokyo disneyland 58
18 <1% azurik 6
19 <1% castle disney 23
20 <1% california's disney world 32

Since the actual pictures are stored Above the Garage, they show up in another table. I guess people actually find the pictures through Google Image Search rather than via my blog. That makes sense. But another site tracker shows that 1/2 of all traffic hear results in clicks to those pictures, so I'm still not so sure.

And that Supreme Commander click - sheesh. I posted on screenshot and it's still getting hammered. Amazing. I wish that game had run on less high-end hardware. It would probably be fun even in wireframe.

Back to the links - you can click on the search terms above and see what actually shows up in Google. The Veronica Belmont link is actually on the first page - but the Disney castle links - I couldn't find them in the first few pages! I guess I have no idea what these charts are supposed to actually mean.

But it's always fun to do vanity | search type things with Google or other search engines, so who cares if I don't know what it means.

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