Friday, 1 May 2009

Pinch and a punch it’s the first of the month and here is the Thanet blog chart

eastcliffrichard.blogspot.com / referral 862
bignewsmargate.blogspot.com / referral 295
thanetstrife.blogspot.com / referral 166
eastclifframsgate.blogspot.com / referral 147
marknottingham.blogspot.com / referral 89
nakedinthanet.blogspot.com / referral 85
thanetcoastlife.blogspot.com / referral 65
stopmanstonexpansiongroup.blogspot.com / referral 52
thanetunderground.blogspot.com / referral 51
startmanstonexpansiongroup.blogspot.com / referral 33
promotethanet.blogspot.com / referral 27
thanetbloglist.co.uk / referral 27
planesoverhernebay.blogspot.com / referral 26
newingtonblogspot.blogspot.com / referral 22
blogs.thanetfinder.com / referral 19
blogs.thanetfinder.com / referral 19
margatearchitecture.blogspot.com / referral 17
ramsgatenews.blogspot.com / referral 16
thanetobserver.blogspot.com / referral 11
thegreatdaktari.blogspot.com / referral 10
villagevoices.blogspot.com / referral 9
thanetblogs.blogspot.com / referral 6
thanetstar.com / referral 3
birchington.blogspot.com / referral 2
thanethope.blogspot.com / referral 2

This is the list of unique visitors that come here from links on other blogs which is the nearest I can get to their relative popularity I should point out that birchington.blogspot.com i.e. Thanet Life doesn’t have a live updated link on it. This is because it has been around for so long that its ancient blogger template doesn’t support them and if Simon tries to change it he is uncertain what will vanish forever.

I have put up the bookshop stats as I promised Tony in my comment click here to view them it gives some insight into a part of the internet not normally visible to people without websites. I can tell you that this blog got 2,309 Absolute Unique Visitors last month.

The web stats are mostly interesting in many ways but one if the things I found most interesting, with so many organisations quoting the number if hits their website gets what a meaningless figure this is as you can see my bookshop website got 89542 hits but this meant 5346 visits

2 comments:

  1. Michael, I must be getting boring I didn't even get a hit. Bit like a GB entry in euro vision.

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  2. Sorry about that Tony I always manage to miss at least one blog as they are mixed in with all the other sources of traffic in my webstats I will put a link in the post to the bookshop stats to show people how complicated these things are.

    I am sorry that I can’t link to my blog stats but it is impossible to unlock the password on them like I can on the bookshop stats.

    As you can see now I have included you it’s a popular blog and well worth the effort you go to, one I certainly visit often.

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