What do you do when it’s 2 degrees outside and the roads are impassable due to yesterday’s blizzard? Drink some Earl Grey and post your blog stats. This is my second post on site statistics, this time for the period between 1/1/2011 and 1/31/2011. During this period I had 1,523 visits from 80 countries and territories. I’m averaging about 30 visits per day now on days that I haven’t posted articles about Linux.
Once again, the post that received the most attention was one about Linux, this time my review of Saline Linux, which accounts for 1,029 of my visits this month.
Linux users account for 56.8% of my visitors, whereas Windows users account for 34.14% this month. Firefox and Chrome are still dominant browser wise at 696 and 447 visitors respectively, with Internet Explorer limpint in at 118, and my favorite browser Opera in fourth place with 95 users.
I met my goal of beating the previous month’s visitor totals, although not by a wide margin. Here is a table summarizing my site statistics for the last two months.
So it looks like I need to keep writing about Linux. And fortunately, I’ve got an idea about to come down the pike in another week or so which should draw some readership. Still don’t have Google Adwords/Adsense/Adwhatever setup, but I’m not hugely worried about it.
Apparently social media is almost a non-factor in drawing people to my site. I think on Facebook this is because I only have 4 fans on my fanpage. It’s even worse on Twitter, where I can’t even average one click per day. I’m going to have to work on this.
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Have a good one.