Here are the top search query click-throughs (people searched for these terms and then actually clicked on an Urban Semiotic post title return to read it) for your favorite Urban Semiotic blog as provided by Google Sitemaps: 


top 10 christmas songs 

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songs top 10 xmas songs 
top 10 christmas songs of all time 
rude xmas songs 
effudex 
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“top 10 christmas songs”
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What a wacky list! Who said “Christmas” was dead? I’m surprised no one was searching for my Whore story!

33 Comments

  1. Sorry I’ve been out of town and I missed all the holiday fun wishes so I’ll set mine down here.
    Happy Merry!
    It is funny how people click through to see Christmasy things here.

  2. Hiya soos!
    Thanks for the good greetings and they’re never too late to do someone some good!
    I found it curious, too, that Christmas posts here was such a big thing to confer a click-through here. I know I’m Mr. Green, but that doesn’t necessarily translate into a Christmas tree or even the Grinch!
    :mrgreen:

  3. A Goole Sitemap allows you to get a regular indexing of your blog or website without waiting for the Google Bot to visit your site. You index your site yourself and then you make that file available to Google to index. It’s faster, cleaner, and more better. :mrgreen:

  4. You can go to Google and resubmit your site yourself and Google will usually index it that day.
    Or, you can use an automatic program that monitors your blog or website and when you publish something new, that program will alert Google your index file has been updated.

  5. You can go to Google and resubmit your site yourself and Google will usually index it that day.
    Or, you can use an automatic program that monitors your blog or website and when you publish something new, that program will alert Google your index file has been updated.

  6. I pulled that list from Google Sitemaps. Google Sitemaps also provides “Top Search Queries” — where a particular term was searched for and this site came up as a possible thing to click on and you can see that list below. The first list I published in my post today are the actual terms that people searched on and then clicked on to read. The list below shows what terms are being used to pull up this site for click consideration only. People might click on these articles or not…

    Top Search Queries
    top 10 christmas songs
    rude christmas songs
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    word trade center
    effudex
    rude xmas songs
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    top 10 christmas carols
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  7. I pulled that list from Google Sitemaps. Google Sitemaps also provides “Top Search Queries” — where a particular term was searched for and this site came up as a possible thing to click on and you can see that list below. The first list I published in my post today are the actual terms that people searched on and then clicked on to read. The list below shows what terms are being used to pull up this site for click consideration only. People might click on these articles or not…

    Top Search Queries
    top 10 christmas songs
    rude christmas songs
    samsung a900 review
    glasnot
    carrie ann inaba
    advance uninstaller
    samsung a900
    word trade center
    effudex
    rude xmas songs
    sprint blade phone
    nike frees
    inxs review
    wordpress k2
    top 10 christmas carols
    nike free trainers
    advertising slogan generator
    esspa
    intj
    urban christmas songs

  8. I saw your post on that, Carla, and I had the same thing happen to me my first week on BlogExplosion where I had killer stuff — KILLER STUFF for a strong week — and one person came in there and nonchalantly rubbed me out with a 79% rating and some stupid comments about my content.
    People should be screened before being allowed to drive a blog, let alone participate in a blog review service!
    The instant I read my “review” and saw how easily it would be to abuse and manipulate those “ratings” in your favor or against those you disliked, I quickly turned off the ability for anyone to comment or rate my blog via BlogExplosion.
    If they have something to say, they can come here and do it and not anonymously denigrate my work via a blog exchange.
    If I were you I would turn off all that stuff because it can never do any good and now that you have, in effect, asked for mercy evaluations — even though you said you weren’t asking but you were just by bringing up not asking — and seeking comforting comments to your post against the negative reviewer, the whole thing is tainted for you in a bad and disingenuous way.

  9. It’ll be easier on your spirit, Carla, because you won’t have to live in fear of juvenile retribution and bad taste. The downside is you’ll have to live with freezing in the awful comment and rating — but for me I felt if someone was going to abide a single review then they wouldn’t “get” my blog anyway.

  10. Carla — Right on! The score doesn’t matter. Only content matters.
    Karen — We love it when you pop in here! I just did a search on Google for “Karen Underwear Color” and, you’re right, it doesn’t know! Yet! :mrgreen: You are always valued and you are always interesting! Just say hello even if you don’t have anything else to say!

  11. Carla — Right on! The score doesn’t matter. Only content matters.
    Karen — We love it when you pop in here! I just did a search on Google for “Karen Underwear Color” and, you’re right, it doesn’t know! Yet! :mrgreen: You are always valued and you are always interesting! Just say hello even if you don’t have anything else to say!

  12. Heya Jonathan!
    1. Have you had your site verified via the Google Sitemap website?
    2. If not, go do that — if you have, do you resubmit your sitemap update daily?
    3. If you have done all that, your Top Search Stats and Clicks will be found on the Sitemap website.
    4. Are you using a Sitemap Plugin?