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Friday, January 1, 2010

More pageviews per visitor in 2009

Happy 2010 to all my readers. I hope for a good math year for all of us.

Site statistics 2009:

The left axis shows the number of visitors, pageviews. The right axis shows the ratio views / visitors. The number of visitors fluctuates by month but the trend seems flat. There is however an increasing trend in the views / visitor ratio which might mean that there are less hit and run visits ( Google 'misses' ) and that visitors are actually reading my notes.

I don't want to change the focus of this blog. It will remain a set of logs, diary entries if you wish about a mathematics study at the Open University and the influence it has on my perception of mathematics. I may however decide to use other software than the default Blogger facilities. ( It's on my list, but there are other priorities at the moment. )

1 comment:

  1. Nice stats!

    If someone hits your site from google and then leaves without viewing any more pages then it is not necessarily a 'google miss' It is quite possible that the searcher found exactly what they wanted and so didn't need to go anywhere else on your site.



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