You can look at the keywords people typed in to get to your hub. It is called "entrance keyword" on your Landing Page Optimization.
I enjoy reviewing the keywords that people typed in to get to my hubs. My favorites listed so far are:
"i am not your friend, i find the possibility of such a friendship vile."
"How to play hard to get"
"poisonous spiders in Seattle"
"different ways to eat tuna?"
All that to get to one of my hubs - and the subject of the hub has NOTHING to do with any of those topics.
What bizarre keywords got people to your hub?
I don't know how it is related to my hubs but my analytics shows these keywords:
- haunty on hubpages
- it's time for funerals to die
-"best weight loss plan"
- cross contamination of food
I've found that sometimes we get the keywords that end up getting those readers on other people's hubs, who then click on a link to our hubs. When that happens obviously the keyword can be unrelated to our own.
And of course sometimes they're just plain weird keywords.
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