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A Second Year of Statistics After Starting Over

After starting over and therefore only having two columns in the table a year ago, I will now get back to three, the first covering the entire period between September 21, 2015 and September 20, 2017. The second will, of course, cover the period since the previous post, September 21, 2016 to September 20, 2017, while the third will be the usual one I add at the end, covering the last month, so starting on August 21, 2017 and also ending on September 20, 2017. Not that it should be of any interest to anyone, of course, especially considering the low number of visits, but I’m posting it nevertheless, largely for my own use.

Field Last two years Last year Last month
Visitors 5789 2683 147
Visits 6388 2985 178
Pageviews 8538 3434 198
Top countries 1. United States: 50.33%
2. United Kingdom: 7.86%
3. Canada: 3.82%
4. Singapore: 3.79%
5. Romania: 3.77%
6. Australia: 2.88%
7. Germany: 2.27%
8. China: 1.44%
9. India: 1.38%
10. Russia: 1.36%
1. United States: 53.77%
2. United Kingdom: 8.54%
3. Singapore: 4.99%
4. Romania: 3.45%
5. Canada: 3.38%
6. Australia: 2.85%
7. Indonesia: 1.44%
8. China: 1.37%
9. Germany: 1.34%
9. India: 1.34%
1. United States: 47.75%
2. Romania: 12.36%
3. United Kingdom: 5.62%
4. Netherlands: 2.81%
4. Singapore: 2.81%
6. Canada: 2.25%
6. Germany: 2.25%
6. Ukraine: 2.25%
9. Australia: 1.69%
9. Chile: 1.69%
9. Italy: 1.69%
9. Switzerland: 1.69%
Top traffic sources
[1]
1. Google: 76.24%
2. Direct visits [2]: 18.80%
3. Facebook: 1.02%
4. MobyGames: 0.85%
5. Bing: 0.70%
6. Yahoo!: 0.55%
7. WordPress Tavern: 0.34%
8. Gret.ro: 0.17%
9. DuckDuckGo: 0.11%
9. GOG.com: 0.11%
1. Google: 76.18%
2. Direct visits [2]: 19.06%
3. Facebook: 1.01%
4. MobyGames: 0.70%
5. WordPress Tavern: 0.57%
6. Bing: 0.54%
7. Yahoo!: 0.47%
8. Gret.ro: 0.37%
9. GOG.com: 0.23%
10. Baidu: 0.10%
10. Draggo: 0.10%
1. Google: 57.87%
2. Direct visits [2]: 26.97%
3. Gret.ro: 6.18%
4. Facebook: 2.81%
4. MobyGames: 2.81%
6. WordPress Tavern: 2.25%
7. DuckDuckGo: 0.56%
7. Medical Treasure: 0.56%
Top landing pages 1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 60.72%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 7.09%
3. Site index: 6.34%
4. Blog first page: 3.15%
5. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 2.97%
6. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 2.19%
7. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 1.24%
8. Why Ruin It with Growls?: 1.10%
9. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 1.08%
10. Healer by Jason Engle: 0.99%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 64.15%
2. Site index: 8.48%
3. Perfect World International Information Dump: 7.71%
4. Blog first page: 3.42%
5. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 2.55%
6. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 1.91%
7. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 0.97%
8. Tactics for Empires of Arkeia: 0.90%
9. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 0.84%
10. Why Ruin It with Growls?: 0.67%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 42.13%
2. Site index: 23.03%
3. Perfect World International Information Dump: 12.92%
4. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 3.93%
5. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 2.81%
6. Blog first page: 2.25%
6. Review: Tropico 4: Collector’s Bundle: 2.25%
8. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 1.69%
9. Cassini’s End and Our Continued Great Failure… One of So Many…: 1.12%
9. Games Played front page: 1.12%
9. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 1.12%
9. Healer by Jason Engle: 1.12%
9. Tactics for Empires of Arkeia: 1.12%
Top viewed pages 1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 46.76%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 5.96%
3. Site index: 4.91%
4. Blog first page: 3.57%
5. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 2.30%
6. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 1.80%
7. Fantasy Art Gallery index: 1.52%
8. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 1.05%
9. Healer by Jason Engle: 1.03%
10. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 1.02%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 57.19%
2. Perfect World International Information Dump: 7.60%
3. Site index: 7.43%
4. Blog first page: 4.19%
5. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 2.27%
6. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 1.81%
7. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 0.96%
8. Tactics for Empires of Arkeia: 0.93%
9. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – I: 0.82%
10. Fantasy Art Gallery index: 0.73%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 38.38%
2. Site index: 20.71%
3. Perfect World International Information Dump: 13.13%
4. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 4.55%
5. Blog first page: 3.54%
6. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 2.53%
7. Review: Tropico 4: Collector’s Bundle: 2.02%
8. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 1.52%
8. Games Played front page: 1.52%
10. Cassini’s End and Our Continued Great Failure… One of So Many…: 1.01%
10. Games Played first page: 1.01%
10. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 1.01%
10. Healer by Jason Engle: 1.01%
10. Tactics for Empires of Arkeia: 1.01%
Visit depth – One page: 91.45%
– Two or three pages: 6.11%
– Four or five pages: 0.95%
– Six to ten pages: 0.81%
– 11-19 pages: 0.28%
– 20+ pages: 0.39%
– One page: 93.53%
– Two or three pages: 5.06%
– Four or five pages: 0.60%
– Six to ten pages: 0.57%
– 11-19 pages: 0.20%
– 20+ pages: 0.03%
– One page: 94.38%
– Two or three pages: 4.50%
– Four or five pages: 0.56%
– Six to ten pages: 0.56%
– 11-19 pages: 0.00%
– 20+ pages: 0.00%
Top browsers 1. Chrome: 47.98%
2. Safari: 34.22%
3. Firefox: 9.03%
4. Internet Explorer: 2.80%
5. Opera: 1.42%
1. Chrome: 47.91%
2. Safari: 38.73%
3. Firefox: 6.50%
4. Internet Explorer: 2.24%
5. Opera: 1.57%
1. Chrome: 34.83%
2. Safari: 34.27%
3. Firefox: 12.92%
4. Internet Explorer: 7.87%
5. Android Webview: 5.62%
Top operating systems 1. iOS: 35.25%
2. Windows: 29.96%
3. Android: 28.68%
4. macOS: 3.44%
5. Linux: 1.55%
1. iOS: 39.26%
2. Android: 30.32%
3. Windows: 24.92%
4. macOS: 3.52%
5. Linux: 1.44%
1. Windows: 34.83%
2. iOS: 33.15%
3. Android: 25.84%
4. Linux: 3.37%
5. macOS: 2.81%
Top screen resolutions 1. 360×640: 19.93%
2. 375×667: 16.37%
3. 320×568: 9.71%
4. 1920×1080: 7.97%
5. 1366×768: 7.69%
6. 414×736: 5.03%
7. 768×1024: 2.97%
8. 1024×768: 2.77%
9. 1600×900: 2.35%
10. 412×732: 2.16%
1. 360×640: 21.68%
2. 375×667: 18.66%
3. 320×568: 10.18%
4. 414×736: 6.67%
5. 1920×1080: 6.53%
6. 1366×768: 6.20%
7. 1024×768: 3.45%
8. 768×1024: 3.08%
9. 412×732: 2.78%
10. 1600×900: 2.01%
1. 360×640: 21.91%
2. 375×667: 12.36%
3. 414×736: 10.11%
4. 320×568: 8.43%
4. 1024×768: 8.43%
4. 1366×768: 8.43%
7. 1920×1080: 7.30%
8. 1680×1050: 3.37%
9. 412×732: 2.25%
10. 768×1024: 1.69%
10. 1440×900: 1.69%
10. 1536×864: 1.69%
10. 1600×900: 1.69%
10. 1768×1105: 1.69%

[1] Obvious spam sources not listed, of course.
[2] Even though the help states that one’s own domain should automatically be added to exclusions, ever since switching to the new Analytics code I ended up with a number of entries listing my own site as source, some of those likely being direct hits from returning visitors who had last visited a different section and many being incorrectly registered new sessions from visitors who landed on the site index and then went to other sections. I have now manually added my domain to the exclusions list, so let’s see if it’ll continue to happen, but the only thing I can do about the past statistics is what I’ve been doing since this started happening, which is to add these visits to the number of direct ones and leave the inflated numbers as they are otherwise.

Still a manageable amount of work to put it all together, even though I now once again have three columns. Will get worse as the first one will again cover more time, but at least this post was all right and I hope I didn’t make any mistakes. Of course, it is possible that something slipped through despite checking quite a number of times, even more so after rather accidentally noticing I had missed something despite checking that section three times the first time around, but I’m definitely not going to go over it yet again now.
As for the records, those 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. And here are the usual graphs for visitors, visits and pageviews for this period as well.

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