Site Stats

Tony has asked several fellow bloggers to share their site stats. Obviously I use a different stats package than Tony does [actually, I use several, which all give different data]. Anyway, for what it’s worth and in the interest of finding some patterns in this mess, here are some screen shots of my raw stats. The first image shows this site since it started in April 2003 (the blog went live in late Feb 2004):

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Much of my traffic comes from referrals (61%); less from search engines (19%). Some popular search terms (2007) that bring people here are – learning; open source lms; moodle scorm 2004; benefits of blogs; training vs education.

Here are where most of my visitors come from:

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5 Responses to “Site Stats”

  1. Tony Karrer

    Harold, those numbers are massive and you are getting them much more through referrals? That’s quite a bit different than on my blog. Do you have a sense of where that referral traffic comes from?

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  2. Harold

    It actually lists google.com as a referring domain, so who knows what it means. Others include host-tracker, bloglines, feeds2, etc. Makes no real sense to me, so I usually ignore stats.

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  3. Gilbert

    Your site is being indexed every two days.
    That is very good.

    This is G o o g l e’s cache of http://jarche.com/ as retrieved on 18 Jan 2008 01:27:36 GMT.
    G o o g l e’s cache is the snapshot that we took of the page as we crawled the web.

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