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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Who reads this blog?

Who reads this blog?

By Patrick Copeland

Just considering last year...
  • This blog was read in 181 countries/territories.
  • 20% of visitors came to the site at least 4 times.
  • About 50% of the visits came from the United States, India, United Kingdom, Brazil, Canada, and Germany.
  • Within the US, all states are represented, with a majority of visits coming from the significant technology centers.
  • Top 10 world wide cities visiting (outside of the Bay Area): London, Bangalore, New York, Sao Paulo, Chennai, Hyderabad, Tokyo, Redmond, Seoul, Moscow.
  • The average visitors stay about two minutes (enough time to read the post). Although, for some reason people in Switzerland stayed for 12 minutes on average and looked at twice as many pages.
  • We get numerous visits from Central Asia and Melanesia, but the time on site is very small, which indicates from use of bots. As a matter of fact, 30% of the visits are flagged as search engine traffic.
  • The highest read single post was written by Alberto Savoia with 39,778 visits. Followed in (a distant) second place by a post I wrote. BTW, James' recent posts are really catching fire and I think Alberto could be unseated in 2011.
Below is the view of the traffic by continent...

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