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Final Statistics for the Old Site

Nearly a year and a half ago, I was posting Google Analytics statistics for my blog’s first two years at that location. Now I guess I’ll need to post the final statistics for it, which will be split in three parts: Total (including what I listed last time), since the previous listing and only the last month (including the last week, when the site no longer existed, as there were a few views recorded from people who accessed cached versions of the site).
This shouldn’t interest anyone, but the posted statistics will be much more detailed now than they were the last time, seeing as this is a final report. There has always been a filter set to make Analytics ignore my own visits, so those won’t mess with the statistics. Having a screen width of less than 1280 will make the table look really weird, and in fact a width greater than 1280 is required to make absolutely everything fit properly.

Field Total Since the previous listing Last month
Visitors 22760 16589 571
Visits 43287 32186 843
Pageviews 51910 37422 966
Countries 1. United States: 40.89%
2. Romania: 7.90%
3. Canada: 6.68%
4. United Kingdom: 4.25%
5. Germany: 3.35%
6. Netherlands: 2.61%
7. Australia: 2.41%
8. Italy: 1.84%
9. France: 1.79%
10. Portugal: 1.68%
11. Brazil: 1.67%
12. Poland: 1.65%
13. Spain: 1.17%
14. Mexico: 1.07%
126 other countries have less than 1% each.
1. United States: 41.01%
2. Romania: 6.64%
3. Canada: 6.19%
4. United Kingdom: 4.18%
5. Netherlands: 2.97%
6. Germany: 2.71%
7. Australia: 2.59%
8. Portugal: 1.99%
9. Brazil: 1.95%
10. Italy: 1.92%
11. France: 1.81%
12. Poland: 1.61%
13. Spain: 1.22%
14. South Africa: 1.12%
15. Mexico: 1.11%
120 other countries have less than 1% each.
1. United States: 38.91%
2. Brazil: 5.69%
3. United Kingdom: 5.34%
4. Italy: 4.39%
5. Canada: 4.15%
5. Germany: 4.15%
7. Romania: 2.61%
8. Australia: 2.14%
8. Spain: 2.14%
10. Brunei: 1.78%
10. Netherlands: 1.78%
12. Argentina: 1.42%
12. Philippines: 1.42%
12. South Africa: 1.42%
15. Poland: 1.30%
16. Serbia: 1.19%
17. Colombia: 1.07%
17. Costa Rica: 1.07%
17. Mexico: 1.07%
50 other countries have less than 1% each.
Traffic
sources
1. Google: 67.43% *
2. Direct visits: 20.16%
3. Yahoo: 3.71%
4. Search: 1.54%
5. Bing: 0.79%
6. OkCupid: 0.45%
7. Metropotam: 0.42%
8. StumbleUpon: 0.39%
9. TimJoh: 0.35%
10. AOL: 0.32%
11. Ask: 0.27%
12. Facebook: 0.26%
325 other sources have less than 0.25% each. *
1. Google: 66.29% *
2. Direct visits: 21.98%
3. Yahoo: 3.76%
4. Search: 1.83%
5. Bing: 1.06%
6. StumbleUpon: 0.52%
7. Facebook: 0.33%
8. Ask: 0.31%
9. AOL: 0.30%
241 other sources have less than 0.25% each. *
1. Google: 61.09%
2. Direct visits: 25.27%
3. Search: 3.68%
4. Facebook: 2.73%
5. Yahoo: 2.25%
6. Bing: 1.42%
7. CenturyLink: 0.83%
8. Ask: 0.71%
9. Dogpile: 0.36%
9. OkCupid: 0.36%
9 other sources have less than 0.25% each.
Landing
pages
1. Perfect World International Information Dump: 85.78% **
2. Main page: 3.31%
3. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 2.84%
4. The Zeitgeist Movement and The Venus Project: 1.00%
5. Perfect World International – II: 0.70%
6. Perfect World International – I: 0.52%
7. Dark Passion Play lyrics page (removed): 0.37%
8. Too Much Information?: 0.35%
9. Nightwish Reloaded: 0.32%
740 other pages have less than 0.25% each. **
1. Perfect World International Information Dump: 90.88% **
2. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 2.85%
3. Main page: 1.57%
497 other pages have less than 0.25% each. **
1. Perfect World International Information Dump: 92.88%
2. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 3.08%
3. Main page: 1.54%
14 other pages have less than 0.25% each.
Viewed
pages
1. Perfect World International Information Dump: 78.06% **
2. Main page: 3.69%
3. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 3.13%
4. The Zeitgeist Movement and The Venus Project: 0.92%
5. Gaming category main page: 0.91%
6. Perfect World International – II: 0.77%
7. Who the Heck Is Cavalary?: 0.74%
8. Perfect World International – I: 0.57%
9. Dark Passion Play lyrics page (removed): 0.36%
10. Too Much Information?: 0.33%
11. Nightwish Reloaded: 0.32%
12. Relationships category main page: 0.32%
13. Personal category main page: 0.28%
14. Environment category main page: 0.28%
1287 other pages have less than 0.25% each. **
1. Perfect World International Information Dump: 85.11% **
2. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 3.18%
3. Main page: 1.92%
4. Gaming category main page: 0.89%
5. Who the Heck Is Cavalary?: 0.44%
6. Perfect World International – II: 0.34%
7. Perfect World International – I: 0.25%
844 other pages have less than 0.25% each. **
1. Perfect World International Information Dump: 85.92% **
2. The Golden Compass Daemon Test: 3.42%
3. Main page: 2.38%
4. Gaming category second page: 0.31%
4. Gaming category third page: 0.31%
4. Personal category main page: 0.31%
59 other pages have less than 0.25% each. **
Visit
depth
One page: 89.72%
Two or three pages: 8.72%
Four or five pages: 0.89%
Six to ten pages: 0.49%
11-19 pages: 0.14%
20+ pages: 0.04%
One page: 90.71%
Two or three pages: 8.06%
Four or five pages: 0.74%
Six to ten pages: 0.37%
11-19 pages: 0.10%
20+ pages: 0.02%
One page: 90.63%
Two or three pages: 8.42%
Four or five pages: 0.47%
Six to ten pages: 0.36%
11-19 pages: 0.12%
20+ pages: 0.00%
Browsers 1. Firefox: 44.79%
2. Internet Explorer: 38.67%
3. Opera: 8.37%
4. Chrome: 6.12%
5. Safari: 1.72%
9 other browsers have less than 0.5% total.
1. Firefox: 43.61%
2. Internet Explorer: 38.51%
3. Opera: 8.82%
4. Chrome: 6.91%
5. Safari: 1.80%
8 other browsers have less than 0.5% total.
1. Firefox: 44.72%
2. Internet Explorer: 39.38%
3. Chrome: 12.81%
4. Opera: 1.66%
5. Safari: 1.07%
3 other browsers have less than 0.5% total.
Operating
systems
1. Windows: 97.46%
2. Mac OS: 1.19%
3. Linux: 0.89%
10 other operating systems have about 0.5% total.
1. Windows: 97.77%
2. Mac OS: 1.11%
3. Linux: 0.65%
10 other operating systems have about 0.5% total.
1. Windows: 97.75%
2. Mac OS: 1.07%
3. Linux: 0.59%
3 other operating systems have about 0.5% total.
Screen
resolutions
1. 1024×768: 22.92%
2. 1280×800: 16.97%
3. 1280×1024: 15.35%
4. 1440×900: 11.65%
5. 1680×1050: 9.23%
6. 1366×768: 3.78%
7. 1152×864: 3.59%
8. 1920×1200: 3.08%
9. 1920×1080: 1.74%
10. 1280×768: 1.46%
11. 1600×900: 1.39%
12. 1280×960: 1.37%
13. 1280×720: 1.06%
210 other resolutions have less than 1% each.
1. 1024×768: 21.82%
2. 1280×800: 17.03%
3. 1280×1024: 13.81%
4. 1440×900: 12.14%
5. 1680×1050: 8.47%
6. 1366×768: 4.88%
7. 1152×864: 3.65%
8. 1920×1200: 3.44%
9. 1920×1080: 2.26%
10. 1600×900: 1.77%
11. 1280×768: 1.53%
12. 1280×960: 1.29%
13. 1280×720: 1.12%
14. 1360×768: 1.06%
196 other resolutions have less than 1% each.
1. 1024×768: 24.79%
2. 1280×800: 16.73%
3. 1280×1024: 10.68%
4. 1366×768: 10.44%
5. 1440×900: 9.02%
6. 1680×1050: 5.93%
7. 1920×1080: 5.46%
8. 1600×900: 3.80%
9. 1152×864: 2.61%
10. 1920×1200: 1.66%
11. 1280×768: 1.30%
35 other resolutions have less than 1% each.

Notes:
* There are multiple Google entries, mainly caused by people who loaded the page from the Google cache. Only entries listed in the top 25, namely the main one, “google.com” and “google.nl”, have been added together to produce the listed result. The actual percentage of visitors coming from Google is therefore slightly higher than the one listed, while the total number of sources is lower. This doesn’t apply to the last month, where I added all Google listings accurately.
** Due to cached pages and pages generated by internal searches, the actual percentage for that page is slightly higher than the one listed, as only the entries that showed up in the top 25 have been added together. It’s possible that a few other pages could benefit slightly from this, but the impact would be negligible. On the other hand, for this same reason, the actual number of different pages is much lower than the one listed. This doesn’t apply to the last month for landing pages, where I added all listings accurately, but does apply everywhere for pages viewed.

I should also add the records for one day: 169 visitors, 180 visits and 257 pageviews. All of these have been set on August 16th, 2009, when somebody apparently decided to promote the Perfect World International Information Dump on StumbleUpon.
And while I’m at it, I’m uploading screenshots of the full visitors, visits and pageviews graphs. Notice what happened as soon as I wrote that post… (The significant spikes in pageviews not associated with similar spikes in visitors or visits tend to reveal when someone who knows me, or at least used to know me, first got to my blog.)

The landing pages and viewed pages could say that there’s no point in me writing anything anymore, but seeing as I don’t write to be read, but just to let some things out and, hopefully, turn just a little more of the mess inside my head into human-readable concepts, I’m not going to care about that…

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