Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Pinch and a punch it’s the first of the month.


As this is probably one of the most boring posts that I do each month, I have illustrated it with a picture of The Granville just after it was bombed in WW2, click on it and click on it to enlarge to full size.

What this is about is the relative popularity if the various local blogs that have links to this blog and the nearest I can get to a local blog popularity chart.

Click on the link to view the statistics http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/610/id3.htm

Many thanks to the 2,524 Absolute Unique Visitors who read this blog last month.

A few observations about last months statistics, for the first time ever the visitors who came here from other blogs and websites was less than the number from other sources, i.e. direct traffic and search engines combined.

To be honest I don’t really trust this or any other statistical information about the internet but it is the best I have available.

Here is what the overall statistics for this blog have to say have to say.

5,833 Visits
2,524 people visited this site
2,524 Absolute Unique Visitors
9,704 Page Views
1.66 Average Page Views
00:02:37 Time on Site
70.77% Bounce Rate
35.28% New Visits

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