Here's an interesting thing, maybe.
As y'all know I get very little traffic, I've moaned about it enough. But I am obsessive about stats. All day I watch Analytics - who visited, what did they do, and what keywords did they use.
Pre subdomain switch my keywords were full of things that had nothing to do with my pages. I guess they were searches the visitor had entered before moving through to my page using the internal tags.
Quite interesting information, seeing other people's keywords.
Anyway, now, post subdomain switch - all I am seeing are my 'own' keywords. Relevant to my pages.
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