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That one site is updated as of yesterday, others I checked are still months old. It's Extreme Tracking with only the last few s/e referrals and it's just getting started, not having ranked for anything that gets searched for, but this is the proportion on the last 10:
Even with no Google traffic or rankings (until today, it's just gotten a daily refresh with brand new Google update, yesterday's date), that's not a bad relative number for AJ without having ranked for decent keywords. But it gave a bit of a suspicion - even though it's very miniscule and the odd search terms were irrelevant to what the site's got, all the keywords were and are 100% female searcher oriented. Guaranteed, no man would ever look for any of those keywords.
I could be wrong, but I've got a strong suspicion that it's largely women who use AskJeeves. This site is now ranking very high on a keyword that's got 75,264 Overture searches (some household items) and another that's got 2480 (a type of dolls), so it's just liable to be getting a bit now that it's been updated there with decent keywords. If I see anything half-way promising I'll try a paid page on another site that's also 100% female-oriented.
I can't figure why this was just updated and the others I checked are older than dirt. Not a clue.
A single site update in Teoma, which has led to fresh tags and a new listing with Google. Does the site have any directory listings > ODP / Yahoo.
Maybe you found a little golden nugget, which i am not sure from what you have written.
Looking from a demographics angle, maybe the site that you made the changes to, fills a gap, within a determined community that is strengthened by your site.
No meta's, well least we know for a fact that they are not important to Teoma.
Teoma's usage by female's as a majority, heck certainly a claim > i think very unprovable, either way, even by Ask Jeeves. though certainly relevant concerning your tracking for AJ on them all too female search terms
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