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Fun Keywords or More Weird Ways People Find My Blog

So I've been looking through my keyword searches again, and although most of them are full of book report questions and movie news (Nope, I do not have any idea when Percy Jackson/Hunger Games/Beastly/Fill in the Blank movie is casting or even if they will hold open casting calls and if I do find out I'll post it in the YA movie news!) but some are kind of fun.

So here are some keyword searches I thought would be interesting to look at and answer:

+1 updating and current e-mail addresses @yahoo.com @hotmail.com @gmail.com 2009 and +15 amanda gmail,email,aol,yahoo.com

-That's a weird contest entry looking thing and 15 entries is a lot!! Not really sure what this was and how it even linked to me-hmm....

Green Bean Teen Queen Twitter

-Yes I do Twitter, although I'm pretty bad at updating it and staying on for long. But find me at GreenBeanBlog

Alyson Noel Blue Moon Blog

-Alyson's blog can be found on her website: www.AlysonNoel.com, but she also just launched a site for The Immortals Series: www.immortalsseries.com

Beam Teen Fun

-Um, I don't know, but I'm a Bean Teen-or I used to be when I was a teenager-and I'm fun I think!

Show Me all of the one Shojo Beat of Vampire Knights

-Um I don't really know what this one means either but I'll give it a try. Since Shojo Beat is no more, all the Vampire Knight manga that was published in the magazine will continue to be published in book form. You'll have to wait until a new volume is published, but the volumes that are out now have the same Vampire Knight you saw in Shojo Beat. If you're looking for covers, you'll have to look on Shojo Beat's website: www.ShojoBeat.com

Replace Shojo Beat

-The only thing I've really found to add to our library collection is Yen Plus, but even that doesn't really replace the hole Shojo Beat is leaving. There's just not many manga magazines!

Hate Love Triangles in Books

-ME TOO!! I want a happy ending and love triangles usually mean someone is going to get hurt which makes me sad. And half the time they pick the person I don't like which is just annoying.

20 Questions to Ask a Boy

-Well, if you're wanting to get to know said boy and don't really know much about him, ask basic questions like what's your favorite book, music, movies, TV show, etc. Those are good icebreakers and can open to things you have in common. If you know the boy but you've run out of things to talk about, try things like "Would You Rather" or "If" because those are always fun! And be yourself and don't worry about talking to boys-they're just as nervous to talk to girls too!!

I also get Google Updates so I know when my blog gets mentioned somewhere else (sometimes) and it makes me laugh because whenever anyone mentions green bean's I get an e-mail update-haha!!

Comments

  1. Ok now you made me want to add green bean to my next entry LOL..Thanks for the giggle!

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  2. I always wanted to get google updates but "cupcake witch" gets CRAZY results and none of them my blog!

    I love looking at keyword tags- more than half my visitors search "are amanda palmer and neil gaiman dating?" Luckily, I have the answer posted some place on my blog (yes).

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