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|Author:||Georgeous [ Wed Jan 10, 2007 8:03 am ]|
Ron reckons we should provide some information about the site and where people are coming from. So without giving too much away, here is some information from the start of 2007.
This image is produced by Google Analytics. This tells you all you could want to know about the visitors to your site.
The orange blobs represent locations from which the site has been visited, and this map is for the first 9 days of the year, and shows the top 500 out of 5663 locations. The top ten locations are London with 391 visitors, then Madrid, Dublin, Las Palmas (includes Fuerteventura), Oxford, Peterborough, Barceloma = Helsinki, Berlin and Amsterdam.
This one shows the number of visitors to the site over the first 9 days. SHOCK! HORROR!! The highest number of visitors is only (only??) 2290.
Well, the Google analytics program is accurate.
If big numbers impress you then how about the matrixstats graph for the same period? That is shown below, and we never use it to market the site because it is produces wildly inaccurate figures that are malecowpoo, but we do like to look at the numbers, because we are easily pleased.
You will notice that the graph does not even have the same shape as the Google Analytics graph.
Google Analytics is available to anyone for free.
|Author:||Dubliner [ Sun Jan 06, 2008 11:35 am ]|
Very impressive numbers!! I'll look for something similar for www.drossforum.com. Is there a charge for this from Google?
|Author:||Deepdale Duck [ Sun Jan 06, 2008 5:11 pm ]|
No, there is no charge by Google. Just search for analytics and apply.
This year the number of visitors is no doubt up. There is usually a jump after new year when people have finished with Christmas and start searching for sunnier climes.
|Author:||Georgeous [ Wed Jan 16, 2008 3:42 pm ]|
This shows the number of visitors for the dates shown. As you can see the average number of visitors is up significantly on last year.
Thew first figure is the number of visits during those dates and the second the number of visits per day on average.
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