One year of blog analytics

Just over a year ago, I installed Google analytics code here, and the other day I took a look at a year of statistics. (Tenth Life is, make no mistake, a low-traffic site, but I love numbers anyway.) I’m always pleased to be reminded of the international scope of [our favorite virtual world], even though I’ve made no particular effort to take advantage of the opportunities that presents, beyond being pleased that my friends in Caledon come from so many places. The popularity of the post summarizing the first few of Torley Linden’s video tutorials was a pleasant surprise. I am grateful, as always, that the prodigiously helpful Natalia has a link to me. And I do wonder who lives in Lille.

A year of statistics

  • 3,640 visitors
  • 8,663 pageviews
  • 71% of visitors visited only once
  • 13 people (two of whom are undoubtedly me, once from home, once from work) have visited 101-200 times
  • 46% Firefox
  • 42% Internet Explorer
  • 6% Safari
  • 79% Windows
  • 18% Macintosh
  • 2% Linux

top posts:

  1. Torley’s tips toned down
  2. Caledon titles
  3. Beautiful places
  4. 100 people in a void sim
  5. Broadly offensive
  6. Wyre Warming Day
  7. SL statistics as percentage of country population

top referring sites:

  2. (now
  3. (that’s Torley’s tips, no doubt)

81 Countries

  1. United States (every state except South Dakota and Delaware)
  2. United Kingdom
  3. Canada
  4. France (half the visits are from Lille)
  5. Germany
  6. Australia
  7. Netherlands
  8. Japan
  9. Spain
  10. Italy

8 visits from Africa: Egypt (2), South Africa (2), Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritius, Tanzania

1,285 cities

  1. London
  2. Pittsburgh
  3. Rochester
  4. New York
  5. Lille
  6. Malden
  7. San Francisco
  8. Los Angeles
  9. Melbourne
  10. Seattle

(Boston and Somerville were excluded from the list.)

One Reply to “One year of blog analytics”

  1. I am a Second Lifer living in Lille !

    (and Oups ! I posted this comment first on the wrong post, sorry)


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