I have a funny relationship with Google Analytics, the tool I use to track my site traffic. I don’t get around to checking it nearly as often as some of my blogger friends; maybe a couple times a week if I’m lucky. When I do login, there are a lot of tools and options I don’t even pretend to understand. I always check my visitors overview (aka total hits), traffic sources (thanks for the visits, Pinterest!) and search engine keywords.
Some people periodically share the funny terms that people use to end up at their blog. I don’t usually get anything too amusing, but this has been the basic trend for months now:
Apparently, my baked panko breaded haddock from 2010 is a pretty popular recipe, which got me thinking that I should really make it again. It was pretty good and that many web searches wouldn’t lie, would they? This time around I decided to attempt a coconut-panko version. I was worried that the crust might be a little dry and boring (which it wasn’t) so I made some sweet and sour sauce as well. Sweet and sour isn’t the first condiment I usually think of for fish, but it worked incredibly well in this instance.