Friday, January 27, 2012

Fun with Search Terms

It's time for another round of "Fun with Search Terms!" People type certain words or phrases into search engines. If the combination is right, my blog turns up in the search results. Sometimes the searches are funny. Sometimes I can provide more information to users, if only they'd comment on my blog. Either way, I enjoy the process. Please note that these searches are anonymous so I don't know who is stumbling on my blog. I just comment in the hope that they find it again.

Now on with the show. Actual search phrases are in bold.

Can I use another sd card in flip pal scanner?
I used an sd card with more memory when I did my marathon scanning project last year. It worked fine. I've not heard of any brand of sd card not being compatible, but you never know. However, from my experience, it's never been a problem.

"we went" "chickasaw cultural center"
Cool, "we did, too."

genealogy society blog replace newsletter
increasing genealogical society membership
I put these two together because the best solution for each is the same. Tap in to the resources of the Federation of Genealogical Societies. These are the very issues they discuss and assist their societies with on a daily basis. Your society does not need to be a member (though you should be) to read the FGS Voice blog or listen to the FGS Radio podcasts.

riley fuzzel road named for
Really? You can't figure this one out yourself?

montgomery county library texas genealogy family history
My oh my you were very thorough in your search terms! I'm surprised you ended up on my blog instead of the Central Library in Conroe that is part of the Montgomery County Memorial Library System. Mozy on over there if you have a chance. They have a fabulous genealogy room.

hypothetical ancestor
Hypothetical response.

geneology is boring
Maybe, but GENEALOGY is awesome! As is spelling.

Thanks for playing, folks! See you next month!


  1. favourite on my blog this week 'goal post'

  2. Love your hypothetical response to hypothetical ancestor!

  3. Thanks for the inspiration, Amy. I've just done a post using my search terms too :-) Jo