The title of this blog entry, “take neighbor to court bamboo,” sounds like the germ of a short story.
And, in a sense, it is: the phrase is a search query some anonymous visitor typed into Google.
This brings us to 103bees.com. It’s a new web-based service that does search traffic analysis — helping you analyze your website by studying the queries that have brought visitors to it. (These queries are easy to capture using a web stats service such as StatCounter.com — or using 103bees.com.) As this 103bees blog post explains, analyzing website queries is important for websites and blogs that want to increase their earnings from ad programs such as Google Adsense
[Editor’s update: Sadly, 103.bees.com is closed.]
103bees invites users to show off their funniest search queries. WriterWay hasn’t had any particularly weird queries recently (perhaps because it’s a site about clear communication?) but I’ve signed up for 103bees and I promise to share anything amusing that comes my way.
In the meantime, I’m wondering if that person did, indeed, sue the neighbor over the bamboo.