Using incredibly complicated mathematical formulas, the robotic insects who live in your computer and run the internet can tell you various boggling statistics about the tourists who are visiting your blog.
One of the long, long ribbons of reports these creatures can print out for you, which you must read with a large magnifying glass, reveals the phrases people were googling which led them to stumble across your blog. Here are some from mine:
adrian chiles separates [I'm really hoping that 'separates' is a fashion-related noun in this context]
austin healey hairpiece
austin healey/tom chambers slash [Strictly is a bumper slash fiction compendium just waiting to be written]
bernard cribbins quietly bonkers youtube [Quietly Bonkers is the B-side of Right Said Fred, as any B-Crib fan will tell you]
how to make chocolate roulard [step one could be spelling it correctly]
names of girls manitals
status quo three chords [perhaps Francis Rossi has forgotten which three they are]
God bless the internet. Where else would these people turn for support?