Keywords like "Gundalian invaders bakugan" never bring my hubs in the search results, but at least I have gotten some bakugan related hubs so thought "mysteries" hid somewhere; but today I noticed a keyword "best profitable adsense keywords" shows up in my GA report, that really came from nowhere! I'm confused, why those irrelevant keywords end up showing in my GA report? I don't feel I can completely rely on GA at this point.
I think you can. The Internet works in mysterious ways. If Analytics says that is how a visitor found you, this is probably correct. What you are describing is not uncommon.
I write a lot of satire and comic stuff, so there are no "key words" per se, so what you are talking about, the seeming randomness, actually pays off for me. Count yourself lucky, write good stuff, and, in theory, the cream will rise to the top. Let's hope so.
analytics is showing entrance keywords - someone would have searched that term
http://hubpages.com/hub/Six-Great-Steps … e-Keywords
and then made their way to your hub,
Sunforged, you wouldn't happen to hand out Blueblocker sunglasses for us to look at that new avatar, would you?
Thanks. That makes sense, at least theoretically, that would be nice, regardless how they exactly find my way.
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