Does Triond make up false search phrases?
I was looking at Triond today and I noticed that everytime that I complete a new article, I get one or two hits and then for some, never again. So I wondered whether these hits were from Triond or actually real, because it seems a weird coincidence. Anyway, when I looked at my Search Phrases, one came up which was about two sentences long, very specific and didn't quite make sense as a search. I realised that this supposed search phrase, which supposedly landed a reader at my article, was just a section taken from my article. I was wondering, does Triond make up searches to keep you writing?
I doubt they make up search phrases, but I have noticed that they do have some phrases that really don't make sense though.
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