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Mar
09

How we’ve been found: February 26th to March 4th

What’s The Point: This is the first installment of our “How We’ve Been Found” series, which will appear approximately every Wednesday. The point of this is to give you a bit of information about how we’re doing statistically, and how people (including you, of course,) have been getting to our blog.

Individual Pageviews:

  • 02/26: 1
  • 02/27: 4
  • 02/28: 7
  • 03/01: 8
  • 03/02: 6
  • 03/03: 10
  • 03/04: 6

Search Engine Terms:

  • 02/26: “pics of kevin mench”
  • 02/27: “cole hamels wallpaper”, “funny red sox pics”
  • 02/28: “jon lester”
  • 03/01: (none)
  • 03/02: “cole hamels”, “phillies sexy”
  • 03/03: (none)
  • 03/04: “funny boston red sox fan photos”, “j.a. happ”

I’d like to award a Potentially Funny Prize to whichever peculiar soul searched for “pics of kevin mench”. Congrats.

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