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How People Get To This Blog

February 22, 2013

This blog has seen a pretty good increase in traffic this month, which of course I appreciate. The okeducationtruths Facebook page has 274 likes. The Twitter feed has 453 followers. This is where most of the readers come from. Many of you share my blog posts on these, and other social networking sites, which is pretty cool. Occasionally, I run across someone posting from my blog when I’m on my personal Facebook account, and I do a double-take. Mostly though, I have no idea who is sharing this work once it’s out there.

Many people find their way here using search engines – mostly Google (some Bing…really…Bing). I was curious to see how those people arrive at okeducationtruths, so I ran a query for search terms used to get here for the last week. As you can see below, most people who read okeducationtruths are actually looking for my blog. This is where I should remind you to feel free to join the 75 other people who have okeducationtruths sent directly to them by email or in their WordPress reader.

Some of the search terms amuse me. Apparently, the search algorithms have me linked with Golden Corral because I used their chocolate fountain image last summer. People searching for information on the OU/OSU A-F Report seem to land here too. That makes sense. Also, apparently, at some point, a reader sat down at the computer, typed the words, “oklahoma proposal to allow students to say people coexisted with dinosaurs,” and wound up here. It’s moments like this that I’m truly honored.

Have a great weekend, everybody!

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