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Another Two and a Half Years of Statistics

It’s been two and a half years since I last posted statistics about the site, so I guess it’s about time I do it again, especially since I guess I’ll need to switch to the new version of Google Analytics and at this point I don’t know what that will mean. As such, this will be a report covering the period between March 21, 2012 and September 20, 2014, with the first column obviously covering the entire time that passed since I launched this site, on September 21, 2010. For how things stood before then, see the more detailed final statistics for the old site.
Considering the large amount of time covered by this post, I decided to add a column for the past year as well, so that will cover the period between September 21, 2013 and September 20, 2014. The final column is the usual one I add at the end, covering the last month, so starting on August 21 and ending on the same day as all the rest. Not that it should matter or interest anyone in any way, especially considering the small number of visits, but I’m adding all of this here for reference, just in case.

Field Total Since the previous listing Last year Last month
Visitors 18886 9877 3986 306
Visits 21919 11338 4480 342
Pageviews 35774 20841 6782 478
Top countries 1. United States: 34.03%
2. Romania: 7.66%
3. United Kingdom: 5.58%
4. Canada: 4.96%
5. Philippines: 3.78%
6. Australia: 3.18%
7. Germany: 2.46%
8. Brazil: 2.43%
9. Singapore: 1.90%
10. Spain: 1.82%
1. United States: 34.29%
2. Romania: 6.94%
3. United Kingdom: 5.45%
4. Canada: 4.95%
5. Australia: 3.41%
6. Germany: 3.15%
7. Brazil: 2.50%
8. Singapore: 2.24%
9. Indonesia: 2.08%
10. Norway: 2.05%
1. United States: 37.92%
2. Canada: 6.65%
3. United Kingdom: 6.23%
4. Romania: 5.36%
5. Australia: 4.53%
6. Singapore: 3.66%
7. Germany: 2.86%
8. Brazil: 2.32%
9. Norway: 2.01%
10. Poland: 1.41%
1. United States: 43.86%
2. Canada: 6.43%
3. United Kingdom: 5.85%
4. Romania: 5.56%
5. Singapore: 5.26%
6. Australia: 4.09%
7. Indonesia: 1.75%
7. Norway: 1.75%
9. Germany: 1.46%
9. New Zealand: 1.46%
9. Spain: 1.46%
Top traffic sources 1. Google: 72.98%
2. Direct visits: 15.85%
3. OkCupid: 1.47%
4. Facebook: 1.04%
4. Yahoo!: 1.04%
1. Google: 71.71%
2. Direct visits: 18.05%
3. GOG.com: 1.22%
4. Yahoo!: 1.10%
5. OkCupid: 1.01%
1. Google: 76.38%
2. Direct visits: 14.53%
3. GOG.com: 3.08%
4. Facebook: 1.05%
5. MobyGames: 0.92%
1. Google: 78.36%
2. Direct visits: 14.62%
3. Yahoo!: 1.46%
4. Bing: 1.17%
4. OkCupid: 1.17%
Top landing pages 1. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 20.86%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 18.86%
3. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 15.79%
4. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 7.80%
5. Blog first page: 4.83%
6. Site index: 4.65%
7. Both “Answers for the Forsaken World Searches” pages: 3.76%
8. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 1.62%
9. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 1.00%
10. Review: Forsaken World: 0.71%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 27.87%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 19.54%
3. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 7.12%
4. Blog first page: 5.71%
5. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 4.78%
6. Site index: 4.41%
7. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 1.93%
8. Both “Answers for the Forsaken World Searches” pages: 1.43%
9. Call to Boycott GOG.com!: 1.08%
10. Healer by Jason Engle: 1.02%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 41.50%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 16.18%
3. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 4.84%
4. Blog first page: 4.69%
5. Site index: 3.17%
6. Call to Boycott GOG.com!: 2.75%
7. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 2.63%
8. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 2.43%
9. Healer by Jason Engle: 1.38%
10. GOG.com’s Time Machine Sale: 1.25%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 43.57%
2. About “The Fappening”… – II: 9.65%
3. Perfect World International Information Dump: 8.19%
4. Blog first page: 7.02%
5. About “The Fappening”… – I: 5.26%
6. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 4.68%
6. Site index: 4.68%
8. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 2.92%
9. “United We Save Rosia Montana” – Days Six to Ten in Bucharest: 1.46%
9. Why Ruin It with Growls?: 1.46%
Top viewed pages 1. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 13.78%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 12.46%
3. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 10.01%
4. Blog first page: 5.81%
5. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 5.10%
6. Site index: 3.41%
7. Both “Answers for the Forsaken World Searches” pages: 2.86%
8. Fantasy Art Gallery index: 1.85%
9. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 1.22%
10. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 1.07%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 15.61%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 11.44%
3. Blog first page: 5.22%
4. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 4.15%
5. Site index: 2.86%
6. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 2.73%
7. Fantasy Art Gallery index: 2.39%
8. Hand of the Jade Dragon by Mario Wibisono: 1.41%
9. Daidoji Akeha by Mario Wibisono: 1.39%
10. Mario Wibisono index: 1.38%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 28.15%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 11.46%
3. Blog first page: 5.18%
4. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 3.48%
5. Site index: 2.51%
6. Call to Boycott GOG.com!: 2.05%
7. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 1.77%
8. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 1.65%
9. Fantasy Art Gallery index: 1.47%
10. Healer by Jason Engle: 1.33%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 32.22%
2. Blog first page: 8.79%
3. About “The Fappening”… – II: 7.32%
4. Perfect World International Information Dump: 6.90%
5. About “The Fappening”… – I: 3.97%
6. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 3.77%
6. Site index: 3.77%
8. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 2.09%
9. Fantasy Art Gallery index: 1.46%
10. “United We Save Rosia Montana” – Days Six to Ten in Bucharest: 1.26%
Visit depth – One page: 85.25%
– Two or three pages: 10.24%
– Four or five pages: 1.61%
– Six to ten pages: 1.53%
– 11-19 pages: 0.74%
– 20+ pages: 0.63%
– One page: 84.62%
– Two or three pages: 9.56%
– Four or five pages: 1.87%
– Six to ten pages: 1.97%
– 11-19 pages: 1.01%
– 20+ pages: 0.98%
– One page: 89.17%
– Two or three pages: 7.21%
– Four or five pages: 1.43%
– Six to ten pages: 1.07%
– 11-19 pages: 0.54%
– 20+ pages: 0.58%
– One page: 88.30%
– Two or three pages: 8.77%
– Four or five pages: 0.88%
– Six to ten pages: 1.46%
– 11-19 pages: 0.00%
– 20+ pages: 0.58%
Top browsers 1. Chrome: 34.23%
2. Firefox: 32.08%
3. Internet Explorer: 16.50%
4. Safari: 9.83%
5. Android Browser: 3.06%
1. Chrome: 38.60%
2. Firefox: 24.59%
3. Safari: 15.83%
4. Internet Explorer: 10.48%
5. Android Browser: 5.41%
1. Chrome: 40.67%
2. Safari: 22.37%
3. Firefox: 19.38%
4. Android Browser: 7.17%
5. Internet Explorer: 6.70%
1. Chrome: 35.96%
2. Safari: 28.65%
3. Firefox: 16.96%
4. Internet Explorer: 6.14%
5. Android Browser: 4.97%
Top operating systems 1. Windows: 79.69%
2. iOS: 7.97% *
3. Android: 5.53%
4. OS X: 3.40%
5. Linux: 1.52%
1. Windows: 66.58%
2. iOS: 13.83% *
3. Android: 10.00%
4. OS X: 4.22%
5. Linux: 2.33%
1. Windows: 53.28%
2. iOS: 21.92%
3. Android: 16.38%
4. OS X: 4.33%
5. Linux: 2.25%
1. Windows: 44.44%
2. iOS: 29.24%
3. Android: 18.71%
4. OS X: 5.26%
5. BlackBerry: 0.58%
5. Windows Phone: 0.58%
Top screen resolutions 1. 1366×768: 16.83%
2. 1920×1080: 10.80%
3. 1024×768: 9.89%
4. 1680×1050: 7.82%
5. 1280×1024: 7.14%
6. 1280×800: 6.93%
7. 1440×900: 6.79%
8. 1600×900: 4.86%
9. 320×480: 3.68%
10. 320×568: 2.47%
1. 1366×768: 18.31%
2. 1920×1080: 10.78%
3. 1024×768: 7.41%
4. 320×480: 5.93%
5. 1280×800: 5.41%
6. 1280×1024: 5.32%
7. 1680×1050: 5.17%
8. 320×568: 4.78%
9. 1600×900: 4.61%
10. 1440×900: 4.46%
1. 1366×768: 14.73%
2. 1920×1080: 11.23%
3. 320×568: 9.80%
4. 320×480: 8.35%
5. 360×640: 4.49%
6. 1280×800: 4.13%
7. 768×1024: 4.04%
8. 1280×1024: 3.97%
9. 1600×900: 3.73%
10. 1680×1050: 3.64%
1. 320×568: 14.62%
2. 1366×768: 10.53%
2. 320×480: 10.53%
4. 1920×1080: 9.36%
5. 360×640: 6.14%
6. 1280×800: 4.39%
6. 768×1024: 4.39%
8. 1600×900: 4.09%
9. 1440×900: 3.51%
10. 1280×1024: 2.92%
10. 720×1280: 2.92%

* Also includes entries listed as iPhone, iPad and iPod. I’m not sure how right this is, especially since for all but a few of them the version is unknown, but I’ll go with it.

This took far too long, but that was because this time I was particularly thorough, putting together all the separate entries that actually referred to the same thing and separating a few that were wrongly counted as a single one in other reports. It is still possible that mistakes slipped in, especially since checking again after posting would require doing all the work all over again and I’m not up for that at the moment, but these statistics should be far more accurate than any others I posted on here before either way.
That said, before ending this let me also add the full visitors, visits and pageviews graphs for this period. The records for visitors and visits in one day are still those set by that large spike on August 16, 2009, namely 169 and 180, respectively. The only difference since the last such post is yet again the pageviews record, which got to 333 on March 3, 2013.

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