keywords ppl use to check my site

A quick snapshot of the last keywords & phrases that brought visitors on my blog today. Please enjoy:

connecting the creative zen vision m to your car
how to make a water filtering system,
kenyan music channels
life straw
Picture of Heaven
sekano and art
chinesen lernen
wordpress Unknown column
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diy dual power supply
S.M.A.R.T status bad
build a ceramic filter
celtel kenya gprs how to
s.m.a.r.t. bad
s.m.a.r.t. bad
S.M.A.R.T status bad
nairobi quarry road
how to make ceramic water filter
safaricom gprs
nokia 6230i wap setting for safaricom kenya
make homemade water filter
safaricom GPRS
nakumatt kenya
russian mafia in kenya <==== ????? :-D
water filter system blogs archives
water filter system blogs archives
Nokia 6333
lung tonic for children <=== OMG!
safaricom mobile connection kenya
safaricom mobile connection kenya
Safaricom EDGE settings
googleearth kenya
youtube kenya
safaricom gprs connection
Safaricom EDGE settings
nakumatt kenya

How many times did you read GPRS SAFARICOM KENYA? Exactly.

Makes me think I should make one post about Safaricom only, and fill it up with Google Adsense links…

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Hi, I am an engineer who freelances in water & sanitation-related IT projects at Saniblog.org. You'll also find me on Twitter @jke and Google+.

3 comments » Write a comment

  1. Lol too many times, free advertising is never a good offer i should go and read the posts that mention safcom.

  2. lol that would be evil…DONT DO IT!! dont put all them links lol…nice site btw

  3. I found your blog cause I typed up Embu. My brother is trying to figure his life out and he’s in Embu and I was trying research on what’s good out there that he can do…and I was so intrigued by your blog…I was confused for a moment because I thought you were Kenyan, but then you talked about Germany… I guess that’s why I kept reading…cause I was trying to figure out..N’way, I just thought it was fascinating…you are more Kenyan and Kikuyu than I am…sad I guess…fascinating blog though…