As you may know, we here at Doombot occasionally like to check our traffic stats to see what kinds of search terms and referrers are sending people to Doombot. And when we do this, we are especially mindful of those who find their way here in search of information on hoverboards, a topic so important it has earned its own category here. Well, I just thought now would be a good time to check in and let you know how hoverboards figure in our traffic to date.
In the last month, Doombot has been reached via 28 hoverboard-related queries among over 480 visits (approximately 5.8% of visits). This is a slight increase over our lifetime average (since Google Analytics started tracking our traffic), which has recorded over 13,000 visits, with 362 (approximately 2.8%) in search of something related to hoverboards.
The most popular among the hoverboard search queries leading visitors to Doombot are simple permutations of the word “hoverboard” in the singular, plural, and with and without a space or the definite article (47 visits). Runners up include queries asking “how to make” or “how to build” a hoverboard (17 visits), and hoverboard “plans” or “design notes” (11 visits). Dozens of different queries were made in the hopes of confirming that hoverboards are “real” or were actually once manufactured by Mattel, including one visitor wondering “where can I get a hoverboard from Mattel,” and another asking “why Mattel recalled the hoverboard.” Several additional specific queries seeking further information on building or otherwise acquiring hoverboards ask “how much hoverboards cost,” “what stores have hoverboards,” “tools to make a hoverboard with magnets,” and “where is the hoverboards build a bear workshop.”
This represents the most recent information available on the status of people seeking hoverboard-related information from Doombot. We hope that this information has been as enlightening for you as it has been for us.