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Statistically speaking…

Since it’s been one year of PWDB, I thought I’d share some of the website statistics for last month and over the whole of 2006 to my loyal readers.

The stat charts following are from Google Analytics and are for September 2006.

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Visits and Page Views Sept 2006

As you can see, there’s quite a lot of fluctuation and variation in the number of views and visits.

Browser Market Share

Over 60% use Firefox! Yay! We love Firefox! Interestingly, though, there’s quite a noticable percentage of Opera users. There was me thinking Opera was niche…

OS Market Share

Clearly, the Linux-oriented content helps make Linux the majority OS here, but there are still plenty of Windows users (and enough content for them, I hope). Hopefully when I get my MacBook we should have a nice pie cut into three, with a little bit for the obscure Unixes.

And finally, one more to show you, this time courtesy of StatCounter (the StatCounter stuff streches much further back than Google Analytics and is still running). This shows stats for the whole of 2006 so far (up to 1st October, so ignore the low bar for this month!).

The Rise and Rise of PWDB

Hope you enjoyed this trip into the statistics!

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  1. Huw wrote:

    I’m jealous of the great upwards trend! Is most traffic coming into your tutorials from the GOOG?

    Sunday, October 15, 2006 at 15:03 | Permalink |
  2. Peter wrote:

    Yeah, most of it is exactly as you said, tutorial-related searches from (mostly) Google.

    In fact it’s scary how many people obviously want Xgl on Fedora (one of my most popular posts even now!)

    I don’t seem to get many sticky subscribers thought which is something I need to deal with, most of them just read and leave.

    Sunday, October 15, 2006 at 17:10 | Permalink |

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