Top 10 Searches & Inquiries


Normally, I do top 10 lists for a variety of other things. Today, however, I look within The Sting Of The Scorpion for the top 10 searches and inquiries on this blog as provided statistically by WordPress for my viewing pleasure. I will roll this list in reverse order ending with the number one searched topic/subject/word for this month so far.

  • 10) Hunting (@49)
  • 09) Fucktard and Religion were tied (@51)
  • 08) Government (@52)
  • 07) Why and WTF were tied (@66)
  • 06) United States Air Force (@68)
  • 05) Stripper and Strip were tied (@85)
  • 04) Nude Bar (@101)
  • 03) The Sting Of The Scorpion (@173)
  • 02) Smoking and Grilling were tied (@189)
  • 01) Pussy (@246)

I wonder what these search statistics are telling me. I wonder what I am supposed to do with this information. How should this data be interpreted? Just remember that these are the top ten out of over 4300 tags and 18 different categories. I have a rather large tag cloud and these are the things that stand out to people? Off the top of my head I would say I write about pussy way too much or people are just looking for pussy that much. So, there you have it, my top 10 searched terms here @ The Sting Of The Scorpion. It will be interesting to see what it is next month.

2 responses to “Top 10 Searches & Inquiries

  1. I was intrigued by your tag cloud and was amazed by the number of variations on a single word you have. For example: Fuck, Fucked, Fucker, Fuckers, Fuckface, Fucking, Fuck Me, Fuck Mi, Fuck Off, Fucks, Fucktard, Fucktardia, Fucktards, Fuckton, Fuck You, Fuctard, Fuctardia, Fuctards, and Fuctard.

    Is it any wonder that the moral majority have it in for you.

    By the way, thanks for including “Slap the Penguin” in your tags, but I would prefer not to be between “Skull Fucking” and “Smell my nuts”


    • Sometimes where we are on the “list” is a reflection of ourselves in real life. Hey, it happens. I read an article once that mentioned how to effectively use one’s “tag cloud” and “tags”. It’s number one thing to do was to create the variations and misspellings that are common with both English speaking and non-English speaking people. I definitely became more searchable. I wonder if that is good or bad. By the way, the article I read did not have the words “article, tag, tag cloud, language, search, variation, or Slap the Penguin” referenced in their own tags for the article. Bastards.


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