Random Stuff from Google Analytics About This Website

Posted on 10 February 2007 in Planet Bods (No comments)

For various reasons, I've had no web stats for my site since mid 2004. So thanks to a recent install of Google Analytics, I now know the following:

  • 1.23% of my web traffic comes via Kirk's website, krn.me.uk. That site is the 5th biggest referrer to my site. (In contrast, Google comes in top with 75.9%).
  • 0.92% of people reading this site are from Australia (actually 70.67% of you appear to be British)
  • Current top viewed page is a biography of The Shirehorses.
  • 20.63% of you are using Firefox whilst 74.13% are on Internet Explorer. 1 person uses a Sony Ericcson K800i (hello, I hope it looks nice to you). The 21 hits from a Linux box are undoubtedly by me.
  • At least 10.55% of you are using dial-up modems. Goodness knows how Google knows this.
  • Guten tag to the person/people who visited this site 13 times who are German!
  • Top search term for people to get here is apparently Boy Racers, which presumably sends people to the Driving Test for Boy Racers - a page which was described as "Top Notch Comedy" on boyracerguide.co.uk - which is frankly better than the piles of abuse I get from some Westwood "fans", and those in favour of gangster rap who don't get the joke...
  • Second top search term is "Granny Planet" which leads to a recent blog post about the BBC's 15 Web Principles. A quick search for the term on Google revealed that web principles wasn't exactly what those people had in mind... Funnily enough 82.98% of the people arriving at that page, leave very quickly... Still, Google suggests I buy it as an AdWord... Tempting...
  • 98.69% of you have Java enabled. Which is nice as I don't use Java anywhere on this site.
  • 100% of my visitors have JavaScript. Okay, that's a joke. Google Analytics only works if you lot keep JavaScript enabled in your web browser, so I've no idea what the non-JavaScript brigade are up to, which is a bit of a shame. Wonder how many people view the site in Links...

Analysing stuff is great!

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