100th Post – Recap and usage statistics
I have passed the 100 blog post mark!
The post you are reading now is post # 101. For the 100 published post there are another 100 that never did get published. Since February of 2007 when I began tracking visitors I have had 12,400 different visitors. 737 of those visitors came to read about Free Starbucks Coffee on election day.
The top 10 Things or Keywords people came to my site looking for where:
- Chris Estes
- Free on Election Day
- Free Starbucks on Election Day
- GM Youtube
- free Starbucks election day
- fire tony franklin
- tony franklin fired
- christopher estes
- ken persel
My top 10 post where (by Traffic content):
- Metrolink Bans Text Messages – with 2,587 page views
- Free Starbucks Coffee on Election Day – with 1,548 page views
- Friendships or Contacts? – Social Media – with 908 page views
- Fire Tony Franklin – Auburn Offensive Coordinator – with 613 page views
- Sarah Palin’s Email Cracked – with 613 page views
*Note: I had some other mildly successful posting that did not get listed here.
The number one page that brought visitors directly to my blog was the Metrolink Bans Text Messages post being referred to by StumbledUpon.
The top three countries my blog post were referred from where:
- United Kingdom
The top 5 Cities my blog was viewed from was:
- New York
- Washington DC
Off all of my visitors:
81% use a Windows Based Computer and 2 visitors used the Nintendo Wii to view my site. (who would have guessed any hits from the Wii?) 53% look at my site with Mozilla Firefox. 5,413 visitors used cable internet while only 225 used dial up. People still have dial up?
It is always interesting to see the statistics about who comes to read my rantings. I wonder if people really enjoy my post. I have had 100 comments on all of my post combined. Though I would like my post to be thought provoking they seldom spark back and forth banter.
Regardless of the reaction I love to write the blog post. Stay tuned I hope to have another hundred.