Since I started tracking my blog using MeasureMap last November 9, I’ve been able to see stat figures and information I never imagined I could gather (presented readily in a format that’s easily digestible) using any other tracking system before.
Here are some data which I found interesting (data is from Nov. 9 – 22 only):
- My top ten posts drew 8,835 unique visitors or 59% of my total traffic for that time frame.
- Of the 331 posts in my blog, 327 posts have been visited at least once between 11/9 to 11/22. That means 98.8% of my posts are still getting hits even if they’re buried in the archives.
- 13% of the total visitors are repeat visitors.
- The highest number of comments in a day was 17 and the lowest is 4 with an average of 10.5 comments per day.
- 26% of the visitors are using Firefox, 70% IE, 2% Safari and 2% for the rest.
- 59% of visitors are form the Philippines, 22% from the US, 3% from Canada, 3% UK, 1% Australia. Traffic comes from 102 countries in total.
- Highest average visit count in a day is 56 uniques at 4PM and lowest is 22 at 7AM. The average unique per day is 1,063
- 1,213 new links in brought in 1,819 unique visitors while 827 new links out were followed by 2,562 visitors. So I’m giving away more non-SE referrals than I am getting them.
(SE – search engine)
I’ve been juggling about 4 analytics system actually – MapStats/LinkLog, Google Analytics, StatsCounter and MeasureMap. Each one have their own strengths and weaknesses, like Google Analytics being too huge/bulky and Statscounter being too small or limited. I don’t see dropping anyone of them anytime soon, though.