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November 20, 2009

Here are the search terms most commonly used to find Jumping the Asymptote. This list is in order from most popular to least.

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After grouping like items together into categories, I can see that 27% are related to teaching/learning ESL, 13% are related to how much cab drivers make, 10% related to Korean rudeness, and 7% related to Korean dating culture (with half of those searching specifically for this post). I also have to thank one special blogger for driving some extra traffic to my “Buddhist Rites of Religious Initiation” post. Thanks Mike! I got over 30 hits from you!

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One Comment leave one →
  1. September 17, 2011 5:28 pm

    Koreans are direct. Koreans have direct personality.

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