Falkirk Wheel, Panoramic view.

Falkirk Wheel, Panoramic view.
Image by Cameron Lyall, GNU license Wikimedia

01 August 2011

Statistics for our Blog

As of August 1, Blogger reports:

3301 total unique hits from a predominantly USA based audience (51% of hits). UK based audience account for 40% of viewers, but hits originated from 8 other countries: Bahamas, Germany, Belgium, India, Canada, Norway, Russia, and Japan.

Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox accounted for nearly all the browsers, with mobile browsers making up less than 1% of hits (Minefield and Rockmelt were reported browsers, but I am not familiar with them).

Windows to Macintosh were almost even, with PCs eeking out a majority (51% to 45%) with 10 hits listed as Linux/Unix (<1 class="separator" data-blogger-escaped-div="" style="clear: both; text-align: center;">

The most popular single post by a large margin was Kate's post on Birmingham's new library. Bridget's image collection, Ashley's Accessibility analysis , and Chunnel post (again, from Bridget!) rounded out the most-accessed posts.

Update: As I prepare for the 2014 Study abroad, Blogger reports 12,090 unique pageviews for this blog. Ashley's London Eye post has the most hits with 866, followed by Bridget's Clockwork Orange with 615, and Megaprojects with 495. So is it fair to say after 3 years that Ashley wrote the most popular blog entry and Bridget the most popular blogger?  

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