Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Pinch and a punch it’s the first of the month and some surreal traffic problems for us bloggers.

Here are the referral statistics for this blog http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/1111/

These show where the people who came here by clicking on another link somewhere on the internet came from, and are the nearest I can get to a popularity chart of the other Thanet websites especially the blogs.
 This graph is of last months page views from blogger stats.

This graph is of last months page views using stats based on a code I have embedded in the blog.

Well according to the graphs either this blog got about 20,000 page views last month or it got about 13,000, both sets of statistics can’t be right.

About a quarter of the people who arrive at this site do so by clicking on a link, on another site, another quarter come here directly, mostly by using favourites I would guess although with me It’s the auto complete in my browser, typing T and hitting enter is usually enough. The rest just under half the visitors arrive using a search engine, so here is a list of the key words they used in their searches to arrive here http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/1111/id3.htm       

I will ramble on about this if I get time    

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