Answering My Blog’s Search Terms

Hey everyone!

Today I have a bit of a random post. There is a feature on WordPress that allows you to view what others have searched to get to your blog, but most of the time it says ‘unknown search term.’ Out of almost two years of blogging, I have only been able to view eleven terms. Some of them are funny, so I thought I would answer them in this post. I’ve seen Paper Fury do this a couple of times, which is what gave me the idea.

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Behind Closed Doors B. A. Paris Jack backstory

That would be a spoiler if I told you! But I assure you it’s very interesting. Trust me, you should wait for it to come up in the book. Behind Closed Doors was also the first book I ever reviewed on my blog.

Behind Closed Doors by B. A. Paris

Rebecca Daphne du Maurier narcissist

I wonder if they want to know whether the author, Rebecca or the protagonist is a narcissist? I doubt they mean the author – I don’t know anything about her. Rebecca is definitely a narcissist. As for the narrator, I do not think that she is.

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Starr Carter witnesses a police shoot her friend

Yes, that is the synopsis of The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. It’s a great book and I’d definitely recommend it.

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

Big Little Lies book vs mini series

I have a post that almost has the same title as this search term. In it, I discuss the similarities and differences with the miniseries compared to the book.

Big Little Lies – Miniseries vs Novel

Top Five Wednesday WordPress SFF

I seem to go through phases of doing Top 5 Wednesday. The only post I’ve done about science-fiction and fantasy (SFF) books was my top SFF books on my TBR. I am embarrassed to admit I have not read any of them yet… I’m not good at reading SFF books.

Top 5 Wednesday: Top SFF Books on my TBR

Charlotte Annelise

Yes, that is me.

All Your Perfects: a novel

All Your Perfects is an upcoming release by Colleen Hoover. I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned it on my blog, but I do mention Colleen Hoover quite often. I’ll most likely be reading this sometime this year, I always read her new books.

It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover

Do Sagan and Merit have sex?

Um…

That’s an interesting question! The searcher is referring to the book Without Merit by Colleen Hoover. I guess you’d just have to read the book to find out. I honestly don’t even remember. However, I do remember that Merit was oddly obsessed with losing her virginity.

Without Merit by Colleen Hoover 

New Storybooks from Annelise Morgan goodreads

I think the only reason the searcher would have landed on my blog from this search is because my name has Annelise in it. I have never heard of Annelise Morgan, and when I googled her, I only found Annelize Morgan, whose books are written in another language. So unfortunately I cannot figure out this search term!

Timothee Chalamet

Somehow someone found my blog just by searching ‘Timothee Chalamet’. I feel honoured. I did notice that the internet was obsessed with him earlier in the year. He’s mentioned in my Call Me by Your Name book vs film comparison.

Call Me by Your Name: Book vs Film

Future Leaders of Nowhere

This is a young adult romance book about two girls during summer camp. I thought it was a very sweet book.

Future Leaders of Nowhere by Emily O’Beirne

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And those are all of my search terms! I would be curious to know if you get more than I do. It would be cool to view everyone’s search terms to know how they landed on my blog, but I also think it would be a little invasive. I also wonder why I get to see some search terms and not others? Kind of strange.
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12 thoughts on “Answering My Blog’s Search Terms

  1. This is such a fun post idea! I get a lot of weird search terms on my blog, one of the search terms I get a lot is “reading the announcement can we assume that” which is very confusing and I have no idea what that’s supposed to mean.
    I think you can only see search terms of people who do not use a protected browser or something? Idk.

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