Thursday, February 28, 2008

Statistics for February

It is always interesting to have from time to time some figures and nice pies (I love pies) to look at and wonder what they can tell you.

I have implemented four statistical tools in my blog, taking into account that it was better to have four false opinions rather than only one.

1 - Feedjit, the one you can easily see on my sidebar.

mini map
maxi map
popular pages today

The first popular page is my blog, crazy isn't it?

In second (life...) position comes my first Blogger Day, thanks to Lillie Yifu who kindly posted a link to my blog and made a huge wave of new readers rush into this post.

Ranking third is my friend Arm who often post very strange and funny articles and photos, giving a fresh Norwegian air to my site;)

I am happy that my new friend Seb (a man, can you believe it...?) arrives fourth, but he deserves it yet.

Of course sex is not forgotten and takes the fifth place (just after Seb, is it a sign?)

I don't know why, but in sixth position we find Saturday, December 8, 2007 , if someone can explain me!

And in seventh place oh surprise! sitemeter Vs Google Analytics, LOL, if I can take the liberty of this Lack Of Language.

Slave auction at House Nishi has always some success, don't ask me why.

As for the Turing test closing the top 10 with Muhammad Neva, I must admit it is a coincidence as I never (second) thought that Prokofy could be able one day to pass this test.

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2 - My preferred for the appearance, sitemeter

world map
daily visit depth
daily durations
time zones
browser share

3 - An interrupted Google Analytics that suffered from my template modification (I hope my old readers noticed that I changed my layout...)

The code has to be inserted in the template just before the markup "/body", therefore when you change your template you have to insert a new code, next time I will try not to forget it.


4 - My last toy: StatCounter

popular pages
entry pages
came from
key word analysis
visit lenght
returning visits
recent visitor map
by country
by state region 1
by state region 2
by city 1
by city 2
by city 3

Statistics: The only science that enables different experts using the same figures to draw different conclusions.
Evan Esar, Esar's Comic Dictionary
American Humorist (1899 - 1995)