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A Fourth Year of Statistics After Starting Over

As the title states, this is just a post with the site’s statistics for the fourth year after I started over. Thinking to do that again after next year, which would mean another much more thorough post then, covering what will be these last five years, but for now, it’ll just be a regular statistics post again. As usual, the first column covers the entire period between September 21, 2015 and September 20, 2019, the second covers the period since the previous such post, September 21, 2018 to September 20, 2019, while the third is the usual one I add at the end, covering the last month, so starting on August 21, 2019 and also ending on September 20, 2019. 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 four years Last year Last month
Visitors 9098 1452 137
Visits 9882 1556 142
Pageviews 13500 2349 248
Top countries 1. United States: 48.26%
2. United Kingdom: 7.23%
3. Romania: 4.50%
4. Singapore: 3.77%
5. Canada: 3.69%
6. China: 3.60%
7. Australia: 2.42%
8. Germany: 1.83%
9. Japan: 1.69%
10. India: 1.40%
1. United States: 35.48%
2. China: 15.81%
3. Japan: 8.87%
4. Romania: 7.58%
5. United Kingdom: 3.21%
6. Canada: 2.89%
7. Singapore: 2.06%
8. India: 1.86%
9. Italy: 1.54%
9. Netherlands: 1.54%
1. United States: 28.17%
2. China: 23.24%
3. Japan: 16.20%
4. Italy: 2.82%
4. Netherlands: 2.82%
4. United Kingdom: 2.82%
7. Brazil: 2.11%
7. Indonesia: 2.11%
7. Romania: 2.11%
10. Australia: 1.41%
10. Belarus: 1.41%
10. Germany: 1.41%
10. Hungary: 1.41%
10. India: 1.41%
10. Mexico: 1.41%
Top traffic sources 1. Google: 71.00%
2. Direct visits [1]: 20.56%
3. Sogou: 1.72%
4. Facebook: 1.45%
5. WordPress Tavern: 1.29%
6. MobyGames: 0.85%
7. Bing: 0.67%
8. Yahoo!: 0.41%
9. Baidu: 0.39%
10. Gret.ro: 0.19%
1. Google: 50.58%
2. Direct visits: 27.63%
3. Sogou: 10.93%
4. Facebook: 3.02%
5. Baidu: 2.25%
6. WordPress Tavern: 1.16%
7. Bing: 1.03%
8. MobyGames: 0.84%
9. Simply Bucharest: 0.71%
10. GOG.com: 0.45%
1. Google: 41.55%
2. Sogou: 19.72%
3. Direct visits: 19.01%
4. Baidu: 13.38%
5. Facebook: 2.11%
6. Bing: 1.41%
7. GOG.com: 0.70%
7. MobyGames: 0.70%
7. WordPress Tavern: 0.70%
7. Yahoo!: 0.70%
Top landing pages 1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 54.60%
2. Site index: 9.90%
3. Perfect World International Information Dump: 7.27%
4. Blog first page: 4.21%
5. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 2.61%
6. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 2.05%
7. Evidence for the WP-SpamShield Mess: 1.03%
8. Healer by Jason Engle: 1.01%
9. Why Ruin It with Growls?: 0.97%
10. Tactics for Empires of Arkeia: 0.94%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 28.02%
2. Site index: 22.69%
3. Blog first page: 10.48%
4. Perfect World International Information Dump: 8.93%
5. Games Played front page: 3.98%
6. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 3.47%
7. Tactics for Empires of Arkeia: 2.31%
8. At Least I Finished Mission Six of Tropico 4: Modern Times…: 1.67%
9. Review: Tropico 4: Collector’s Bundle: 1.41%
10. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 0.96%
1. Site index: 28.17%
2. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 16.20%
3. Blog first page: 10.56%
4. Perfect World International Information Dump: 5.63%
4. Redemption by Mario Wibisono: 5.63%
6. Games Played front page: 4.93%
7. Blood Elf by Wu Shuang: 4.23%
7. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 4.23%
9. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 2.82%
10. At Least I Finished Mission Six of Tropico 4: Modern Times…: 2.11%
Top viewed pages 1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 41.11%
2. Site index: 7.88%
3. Perfect World International Information Dump: 5.90%
4. Blog first page: 4.79%
5. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 2.07%
6. Hackers “Killed” The Adrenaline Vault: 1.55%
7. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 1.38%
7. Fantasy Art Gallery index: 1.38%
9. Healer by Jason Engle: 0.94%
10. Games Played front page: 0.87%
1. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 19.16%
2. Site index: 16.30%
3. Blog first page: 9.45%
4. Perfect World International Information Dump: 6.22%
5. Games Played front page: 3.15%
6. Answers for the Forsaken World Searches – II: 2.51%
7. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 2.30%
8. Tactics for Empires of Arkeia: 1.62%
9. At Least I Finished Mission Six of Tropico 4: Modern Times…: 1.19%
10. Fantasy Art Gallery index: 1.15%
1. Site index: 16.13%
2. Now I Know What Having Your Bowels Turn to Water Means…: 10.08%
3. Blood Elf by Wu Shuang: 8.87%
4. Blog first page: 7.26%
5. Redemption by Mario Wibisono: 4.03%
6. Perfect World International Information Dump: 3.23%
7. Fantasy Art Gallery front page: 2.82%
7. Games Played front page: 2.82%
9. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 2.02%
9. Redemption by Wu Shuang: 2.02%
9. Tyrande by Wu Shuang: 2.02%
Visit depth – One page: 91.13%
– Two or three pages: 6.20%
– Four or five pages: 1.05%
– Six to ten pages: 0.90%
– 11-19 pages: 0.36%
– 20+ pages: 0.35%
– One page: 89.65%
– Two or three pages: 6.43%
– Four or five pages: 1.29%
– Six to ten pages: 1.41%
– 11-19 pages: 0.84%
– 20+ pages: 0.39%
– One page: 87.32%
– Two or three pages: 7.04%
– Four or five pages: 0.70%
– Six to ten pages: 2.11%
– 11-19 pages: 2.11%
– 20+ pages: 0.70%
Top browsers 1. Chrome: 48.78%
2. Safari: 32.33%
3. Firefox: 7.63%
4. Internet Explorer: 4.60%
5. Opera: 1.14%
1. Chrome: 48.78%
2. Safari: 23.52%
3. Internet Explorer: 14.27%
4. Firefox: 4.82%
5. UC Browser: 2.38%
1. Chrome: 65.49%
2. UC Browser: 15.49%
3. Safari: 9.86%
4. Firefox: 4.23%
5. Edge: 2.11%
Top operating systems 1. iOS: 33.06%
2. Windows: 31.91%
3. Android: 28.14%
4. macOS: 3.53%
5. Linux: 1.97%
1. Windows: 45.05%
2. Android: 24.04%
3. iOS: 22.56%
4. Linux: 3.66%
5. macOS: 3.28%
1. Windows: 45.07%
2. Android: 38.03%
3. iOS: 7.04%
4. Linux: 4.23%
4. macOS: 4.23%
Top screen resolutions 1. 360×640: 17.66%
2. 375×667: 14.84%
3. 320×568: 8.64%
4. 1920×1080: 7.48%
5. 1366×768: 6.97%
6. 414×736: 5.07%
7. 1024×768: 4.83%
8. 800×600: 2.98%
9. 768×1024: 2.43%
10. 1440×900: 2.24%
1. 800×600: 15.81%
2. 1024×768: 12.72%
3. 360×640: 8.80%
4. 375×667: 7.97%
5. 320×568: 6.62%
6. 1920×1080: 6.43%
7. 1366×768: 5.33%
8. 412×846: 3.15%
9. 414×736: 3.02%
10. 1536×864: 2.38%
1. 800×600: 38.73%
2. 360×640: 11.27%
3. 1920×1080: 7.75%
4. 1366×768: 5.63%
5. 1536×864: 3.52%
6. 320×568: 2.82%
6. 412×846: 2.82%
8. 1280×1024: 2.11%
8. 1440×900: 2.11%
8. 2000×2000: 2.11%

[1] Even though one’s own domain should automatically be added to exclusions, after switching to what at the time was 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 since manually added my domain to the exclusions list and this eliminated the issue, 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.

I hope I didn’t make any mistakes. Of course, it is possible that something slipped through despite checking quite a number of times, 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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