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Strange Phrases in Google Analytics

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#1 ClickClick


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Posted 22 June 2009 - 06:50 AM

arthritis more:condition_treatment - I see phrases in a similar format to this in Google analytics for my website quite frequently (word1 more:word2_word3) - does anybody know what it means and why people type such phrases??


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Posted 22 June 2009 - 09:22 AM

I think I might be confused by the question.

Do the keywords have nothing to do with your site, so it makes no sense that traffic would show up on those phrases? Or do the phrases somewhat relate to your site but you're asking about the unique format being picked up by your analytics? And if so which search engine is sending traffic on those phrases.

If it's the former it's probably just one of the web stats spammers out there. If it's the latter the more: bit almost looks like an operand of some sort.

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