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Blog View Stats for July

September 14th, 2006 at 06:00am

It’s time to catch up on some posts I’ve been meaning to write for a very long time, so let’s start with the overdue Blog View Stats for July.

The webstat reports and the Persiflage download stats can be found at http://samuelgordonstewart.com/wp-content/blogstats/2006/july/

There were 7,666 page views in July, down from 10,046 in June, and 3,611 visitors, down from 4,083 in June.

There were 3,213 views of the front page on all of its URLs.

The most popular articles were:

Google once again remained the most popular search engine, despite a tiny drop, with 89.32% of all search engine referrals coming from Google. Yahoo was next with a slightly improved 9.14%, and MSN was next on 0.59%.

The top ten search keywords were:

  1. schnappi video
  2. samuel gordon stewart
  3. samuel gordon
  4. Schnappi video
  5. riotact
  6. 2ue studio
  7. louie the fly
  8. samuel gordon-stewart
  9. stan zemanek cancer
  10. larry emdur

Among the odd keywords were

  • what was temperature in sydney at 3am 29th July 2006?
  • primary school and english and blog
  • 机场建设费 fuel
  • 东航 tips
  • Mike\’s Windmill Shop manager
  • if is child sidebar blix wordpress
  • conversation of making a booking, you are a customer calling a restaurant
  • australian off-air mp4
  • bagpipe music on webstream
  • spatchcock gobledegook
  • heatseeker browser
  • spring nut
  • animal taxi software
  • 积分活动accumulate
  • Combino air-conditioned
  • policy¾ggar%melbourne
  • common words for lunatic
  • funny cityrail ringtones
  • how much would 8 bananas cost from woolworths

Internet Explorer lost a bit of ground but remained the most popular browser with 66.17% of the readership, Firefox gained and was next with 28.60%, Safari dropped to have 4.21%. Mozilla Suite, Opera and Netscape were under 1%, with Konqueror and others under 0.1%.

Windows was the most popular Operating System, and gained a small amount, with 90.31% of the readership, followed by Mac, which recorded another drop, with 7.98%, and Linux which gained slightly, to be on 1.62%. All others were under 0.10%.

The vast majority of readers were in Australia, althought the number did drop a few points to 79.28%. Next was the US with 6.67%, The UK with 3.94, and Japan with 2.27%. The rest of the 73 countires were under 1%.

The most popular files for the month were:

The top referring sites for the month were:

Bandwidth
July 2006: 6,770MB
June 2006: 5,900MB
May 2006: 14,680MB
April 2006: 32,130MB
March 2006: 12,350MB
February 2006 9,280MB
January 2006: 14,240MB
December 2005: 14,010MB
November 2005: 2,870MB
October 2005: 657.85MB
September 2005: 519.89MB
August 2005: 82.93MB

Samuel’s Persiflage Statistics

RSS Feed Downloads
Month Downloads
July 2006 1887
June 2006 1284
May 2006 1546
April 2006 1501
March 2006 1392
February 2006 815
January 2006 1661
December 2005 150
Total 10236


Downloads in July
Episode High Quality Version Low Quality Version Total Audio Downloads Transcript Downloads Total Downloads
6 (July 2006) 60 29 89 15 104
5 (May 2006) 75 12 87 42 129
4 (April 2006) 53 40 93 N/A 93
3 (February 2006) 83 60 143 N/A 143
2 (January 2006) 159 N/A 159 N/A 159
1 (December 2006) 115 N/A 115 N/A 115
Total 545 141 686 57 743


Episode 6 Downloads
Month High Quality Version Low Quality Version Total Audio Downloads Transcript Downloads Total Downloads
July 2006 60 29 89 15 104
Total 60 29 89 15 104


Episode 5Downloads
Month High Quality Version Low Quality Version Total Audio Downloads Transcript Downloads Total Downloads
June 2006 90 22 112 42 129
May 2006 47 20 67 N/A 67
Total 137 44 179 42 196


Episode 4 Downloads
Month High Quality Version Low Quality Version Total
July 2006 53 40 93
June 2006 53 46 99
May 2006 79 48 127
April
2006
146 75 221
Total 331 209 540


Episode 3 Downloads
Month High Quality Version Low Quality Version Total
July 2006 83 60 143
June 2006 66 52 118
May 2006 67 51 118
April 2006 115 83 198
March 2006 84 43 127
February 2006 81 39 120
Total 496 328 824


Episode 2 Downloads
Month Downloads
July 2006 159
June 2006 156
May 2006 147
April 2006 171
March 2006 125
February 2006 98
January 2006 144
Total 1000


Episode 1 Downloads
Month Downloads
July 2006 115
June 2006 68
May 2006 79
April 2006 100
March 2006 71
February 2006 64
January 2006 291
December 2005 80
Total 868


Total Downloads By Month
Month Audio Downloads Transcript Downloads Total Downloads
July 2006 686 57 743
June 2006 553 N/A 553
May 2006 538 N/A 538
April 2006 690 N/A 690
March 2006 323 N/A 323
February 2006 282 N/A 282
January 2006 435 N/A 435
December 2006 80 N/A 80
Total 3587 57 3644


Samuel

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7 Comments

  • 1. John B1_B5  |  September 14th, 2006 at 8:25 am

    I notice they’re not referring to John Stanley as “The Voice of Reason” anymore .

  • 2. Samuel  |  September 14th, 2006 at 10:28 am

    Looks like you won that one John!

    Although it does have to be said that 2CC looked rather silly calling John Stanley the voice of reason, only to have the national promo for John Laws come out a few days later and refer to Lawsie as the voice of reason.

  • 3. John B1_B5  |  September 14th, 2006 at 3:58 pm

    I’d better hang on to the title. I can be EXTREMELY reasonable, at times . haha.

  • 4. Captain Flume  |  September 16th, 2006 at 12:31 am

    Sam, when will you be posting the compete stats report? These make a fine rough outline, a mudmap, a hasty snapshot of the overall picture, but what I was hoping for is something more detailed.

  • 5. Captain Flume  |  September 16th, 2006 at 12:31 am

    Sam, when will you be posting the compete stats report? These make a fine rough outline, a mudmap, a hasty snapshot of the overall picture, but what I was hoping for is something more detailed.

  • 6. Samuel  |  September 16th, 2006 at 12:35 am

    What exactly do you mean by complete? The Webstat reports are all there for your amusement (see the link near the top of the article), and they are pretty much a complete report of activities.

    Do you, by chance, mean the raw logs? or something else? You have me intrigued now.

  • 7. Captain Flume  |  September 16th, 2006 at 2:18 am

    Yes. You know the hand-off points, it was handled by one of my contacts. I can’t say anymore because this line is not secure. My partner just went dark and I can’t reach him.

    You know the logs I mean. The Lincoln Logs… they need to be dropped, along with the cable-laying information. Do not screw with us Samuel. You know the magpies are on our side, and whatever the magpies do, the ducks follow.

    I want you to know loud and clear that the chief kangeroo knows everything and if you don’t deliver the blueprints, it’s Reid for everyone.

    So go ahead and post the raw stats feeds. Send them to my cell. I have Palmer and the boss of CTU breathing down my neck, dammit, so quit playing polo and get it to me pronto.


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