Now, I'm a big fan of Compete
(especially after this
), but I had to scratch my head about the top search keywords
that send people to reddit.
reddit (sure, that's expected)
Someone on reddit noticed this too and submitted it
earlier today. So it's technically bestiality (an astute redditor
pointed this out) but it still seems like an odd search for getting to reddit.
Maybe it's not just reddit, though, perhaps our competitors suffer from a similarly bizarre search analysis. I wasn't totally shocked by the Jennifer Love Hewitt attention on digg, but what did surprise me was the overlap with the recently MSNBC-acquired startup, Newsvine.
digg.com: jennifer love hewitt bikini pictures, digg
newsvine.com: jennifer love hewitt fat, newsvine
Poor Jennifer. You can tell from the search queries that Newsvine-readers evidently don't mince words.
Fortunately, we don't get very much traffic from search, but I don't think we'll be using Compete's Search Analytics as "the starting point to build search marketing campaigns that drive site traffic and increase sales" on reddit. You couldn't pay me enough to design those ads.