I run a youtube clone website. I am looking for a small script that will keep track of search terms that visitors are typing in when they are searching for videos. When visitors come to the site they will type in a search term or a name of a singer for example, that will then get recorder and we will be able to see the results in the back office of the website.
We want to keep track of what our visitors are searching for. Search terms in the back office must be displayed in ascending order, meaning the term, keyword, singer name, etc...with the most searches always get pushed to the top of the list. If someone searches for the exact same keyword or term it should not be display on a seperate line, it should just be +1 on the list. So if someone searches for "michael jackson" 10 times, we shouldn't see Michael Jackson 10 times on the list, it should say Michael Jackson - 10
Also we would like the same feature as youtube has when you do a search and you miss spelled something, it will tell you, "did you mean..." and display the closest search term to the search item.
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