This one is for the Googlers who googled their way to eurekanaija. You know. You googled something, this blog came up as one of the results and you stopped to read. I was going through my search items recently and…I’ll just let them speak for themselves.
Apart from people who searched directly for eurekanaija and my name, people searching for “natural hair in Nigeria” take the lion share. I’m glad I could help, I hope you found something useful. Remember, I’m available to answer your questions any time. Just leave a comment.
The next most popular search term? Amadioha. Some of you visited my blog because you Googled “how to sacrifice to Amadioha”. Why? Why do you want to sacrifice to Amadioha? And why do you think you’ll get answers on the Google? And would you really go ahead to make a sacrifice to Amadioha with instructions you got from Google? I have questions!
Someone got referred to this blog by googling “thank God I’m turning 25”. 🙂 Can we be friends?
“Signs you’ve been friendzoned by a guy”. Sigh. Sorry but you know if you have to Google it, you’ve already been friend-zoned, right? Your gut-feeling is right. In fact, I read a story last week that perfectly describes this. If any part of it feels familiar, then yup. You’ve been zoned.
“Naija caning fiction”. I’m sorry, what? A Nigerian story where the children suffer significant amount of corporal punishment? Are you a public school teacher? Do you want to read a story to your students to justify your liberal use of your cane? Why are you like this?
“I love eating egusi soup but my husband likes me to make ogbono soup” You know, I’m just really glad Nigerians are turning to the internet to solve existential-crisis-type problems like this. And I’m glad Google refers them to me. Because…kitchen philosopher. And my answer is: perhaps make both?
“Wetin be Easter colour” And I’m glad Nigerians are googling in pidgin. It means smartphone penetration is increasing country-wide. Change is here! And Easter colours are white and gold, according to the liturgical calendar.
“Petite Idoma girl” Single, handsome banker seeks…petite idoma girl. Apply within. Do I have any petite, Idoma readers? Please identify yourself, we might be on to something here. I could start a match-making agency 😀 I would love to attend your wedding and give a speech that starts, “They met through my blog…” 🙂
So did you get referred here by Google? Are you the author of any of the interesting search terms above? 😉