Monday, May 31, 2010

A look at my readers

Time for a quick look at who's reading this blog to say thank you to you all.

Last year Tracksy gave up the ghost so I'm now using Google Analytics to keep up with who's reading this blog and what the most popular posts are. Currently I only have data for the period since mid last November, but a few trends are emerging.

First the three most popular days on this blog have been:
  1. May 30th
  2. May 22nd
  3. February 19th
Unsurprisingly the three most popular posts correspond to these days:
  1. The end of Ashes to Ashes
  2. Do we need Conservative Future?
  3. The battle for the Speaker's constituency
And the top search term that brought people here is ashes to ashes.

My readers are spread around the world but with a distinct bias to the Anglosphere. The top ten countries for readers are:
  1. United Kingdom
  2. United States
  3. Canada
  4. Australia
  5. Ireland
  6. Germany
  7. France
  8. India
  9. Belgium
  10. New Zealand
On the more technical side visitors use the following browsers:
  1. Firefox 38.43%
  2. Internet Explorer 38.39%
  3. Chrome 9.67%
  4. Safari 9.16%
  5. Mozilla 1.08%
...with a load of others each using less than 1%. Surprisingly one visitor is still using Netscape.

A big thank you to everyone who has been visiting and reading the blog, no matter where you're from or how you're reading this.

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