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Statistics in Post 1000

If the previous such post covered no less than two and a half years, this one will cover a mere six months, but there are two reasons for that: One, on March 21 I finally switched to the new Analytics code, so it can’t hurt to have some final statistics obtained while using the old one. Two, this is post number one thousand on this blog at the moment. This includes the Books category going only as far back as May 2006, however, so there will be plenty more apparently posted earlier when I’ll finally copy all those old reviews here as well and even going by the post number may eventually give the impression that a little over 999 have been posted before this one if I’ll somehow get around to actually writing the few gathering dust in drafts for quite a number of years now. But at the moment it is post number one thousand, so I’m marking the moment in this manner.
The middle column in the table below will therefore cover the period between September 21, 2014 and March 20, 2015, while the first will obviously cover the entire time that passed since I launched this site, on September 21, 2010. The final column is the usual one I add at the end, covering the last month, so starting on February 21 and ending on the same day as all the rest. Once again, 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 month
Visitors 20340 1462 286
Visits 23515 1596 309
Pageviews 38167 2393 487
Top countries 1. United States: 34.46%
2. Romania: 7.34%
3. United Kingdom: 5.76%
4. Canada: 5.04%
5. Philippines: 3.65%
6. Australia: 3.17%
7. Germany: 2.53%
8. Brazil: 2.37%
9. Singapore: 2.02%
10. Spain: 1.82%
1. United States: 40.29%
2. United Kingdom: 8.15%
3. Canada: 6.20%
4. Singapore: 3.63%
5. Germany: 3.57%
6. Romania: 3.01%
7. Australia: 2.94%
7. Norway: 2.94%
9. Indonesia: 1.82%
9. Philippines: 1.82%
1. United States: 44.01%
2. Canada: 9.39%
3. United Kingdom: 6.15%
4. Indonesia: 3.24%
5. Singapore: 2.91%
6. India: 2.27%
6. Netherlands: 2.27%
6. Thailand: 2.27%
9. China: 1.94%
9. Germany: 1.94%
Top traffic sources 1. Google: 73.28%
2. Direct visits: 15.93%
3. OkCupid: 1.40%
4. Yahoo!: 1.02%
5. Facebook: 1.01%
1. Google: 77.44%
2. Direct visits: 16.92%
3. Yahoo!: 0.75%
4. Facebook: 0.56%
5. Bing: 0.50%
1. Google: 77.35%
2. Direct visits: 19.42%
3. Facebook: 1.29%
6 other sources have 1 visit each.
Top landing pages 1. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 19.58%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 18.12%
3. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 17.89%
4. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 7.40%
5. Blog first page: 4.85%
6. Site index: 4.60%
7. Both “Answers for the Forsaken World Searches” pages: 3.58%
8. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 1.51%
9. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 1.25%
10. Healer by Jason Engle: 0.98% *
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 46.87%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 7.89%
3. Healer by Jason Engle: 7.21%
4. Blog first page: 5.14%
5. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 4.70%
6. Site index: 3.82%
7. Angel Rose by Anne Stokes: 3.20%
8. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 2.01%
9. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 1.88%
9. Why Ruin It with Growls?: 1.88%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 53.72%
2. Healer by Jason Engle: 16.18%
3. Perfect World International Information Dump: 5.50%
4. Angel Rose by Anne Stokes: 3.56%
5. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 2.27%
6. Blog first page: 1.94%
7. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 1.62%
7. Site index: 1.62%
7. Why Ruin It with Growls?: 1.62%
10. A Year Since GOG.com’s “Good News”, What Did We Get?: 1.29%
Top viewed pages 1. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 13.00%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 12.09%
3. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 11.39%
4. Blog first page: 5.73%
5. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 4.87%
6. Site index: 3.39%
7. Both “Answers for the Forsaken World Searches” pages: 2.73%
8. Fantasy Art Gallery index: 1.79%
9. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 1.15%
10. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 1.05%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 32.05%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 6.52%
3. Healer by Jason Engle: 6.10%
4. Blog first page: 4.72%
5. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 3.13%
6. Site index: 3.09%
7. Angel Rose by Anne Stokes: 2.84%
8. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 1.38%
9. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 1.34%
10. Why Ruin It with Growls?: 1.30%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 34.50%
2. Healer by Jason Engle: 12.94%
3. Perfect World International Information Dump: 8.62%
4. Angel Rose by Anne Stokes: 3.49%
5. Blog first page: 1.85%
6. Site index: 1.64%
7. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 1.44%
8 pages with 1.03% each are tied for 8th.
Visit depth – One page: 85.54%
– Two or three pages: 9.97%
– Four or five pages: 1.61%
– Six to ten pages: 1.52%
– 11-19 pages: 0.73%
– 20+ pages: 0.63%
– One page: 89.54%
– Two or three pages: 6.33%
– Four or five pages: 1.57%
– Six to ten pages: 1.44%
– 11-19 pages: 0.63%
– 20+ pages: 0.50%
– One page: 88.67%
– Two or three pages: 7.44%
– Four or five pages: 1.29%
– Six to ten pages: 1.29%
– 11-19 pages: 0.65%
– 20+ pages: 0.65%
Top browsers 1. Chrome: 34.89%
2. Firefox: 31.08%
3. Internet Explorer: 15.71%
4. Safari: 10.79%
5. Android Browser: 3.20%
1. Chrome: 43.98%
2. Safari: 24.06%
3. Firefox: 17.42%
4. Android Browser: 5.14%
5. Internet Explorer: 4.82%
1. Chrome: 40.78%
2. Safari: 29.45%
3. Firefox: 10.36%
4. Android Browser: 7.12%
5. Internet Explorer: 5.18%
Top operating systems 1. Windows: 77.17%
2. iOS: 9.06% **
3. Android: 6.90%
4. OS X: 3.44%
5. Linux: 1.55%
1. Windows: 42.54%
2. Android: 25.69%
3. iOS: 24.06%
4. OS X: 4.07%
5. Linux: 1.94%
1. Android: 32.04%
2. Windows: 29.77%
3. iOS: 27.83%
4. OS X: 3.56%
5. Linux: 3.24%
Top screen resolutions 1. 1366×768: 16.45%
2. 1920×1080: 10.80%
3. 1024×768: 9.40%
4. 1680×1050: 7.45%
5. 1280×1024: 6.84%
6. 1280×800: 6.68%
7. 1440×900: 6.52%
8. 1600×900: 4.78%
9. 320×480: 3.79%
10. 320×568: 3.02%
1. 360×640: 13.10%
2. 1366×768: 11.15%
3. 1920×1080: 10.71%
4. 320×568: 10.59%
5. 320×480: 5.33%
6. 768×1024: 3.95%
7. 1600×900: 3.70%
8. 375×667: 3.57%
9. 1280×800: 3.26%
10. 1440×900: 2.82%
1. 360×640: 17.48%
2. 320×568: 9.71%
3. 375×667: 8.74%
4. 1920×1080: 8.41%
4. 1366×768: 8.41%
6. 720×1280: 4.85%
7. 320×480: 4.53%
8. 1600×900: 3.88%
9. 1024×768: 3.56%
9. 768×1024: 3.56%

* Realized that, since the links to images in the fantasy art gallery are numbers that point to titles in an alphabetical list and, while very rarely and not recently, I did update that a few times, the statistics for these pages can’t be accurate. Also, using the page title option would be of no use as the titles are set through JavaScript and they’re often not picked up correctly, or at least were not picked up correctly until some time ago, as recently it seems better. As such, what’s listed is what the link points to now, with the numbers that show up for it, as there’s no way to sort this issue out.
** 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.

Once again, 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 older 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 don’t care to do that, but these statistics should be at least as accurate as those included in the previous such post and far more so than any older ones.
And I’ll end this by saying that the records are unchanged, namely 169 visitors and 180 visits, set on the old site by that large spike on August 16, 2009, and 333 pageviews, set on March 3, 2013. Will leave the graphs out this time, since this post covers a rather short period and I’m thinking of posting another in another six months, to mark five years since launching this site, so I’ll be able to add those covering a period of one year at that point.

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