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Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

I find it very hard to make sense of my site statistics but I usually find the list of popular search phrases contains suprises. Here are the top phrases that led searchers to this site so far in January. I can’t begin to speculate if they liked what they found especially those searching for the sixth item.

7.5% supersize me

3.2% lovemarks

2.7% sunny delight

2.3% tsunami

2.0% john moore

1.8% expanding breasts

1.8% branding

1.8% johnnie moore

1.6% fosbury flop

1.2% facilitation

I wonder what other bloggers have in their Top Ten?

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