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2009 Stats

OK, I know I said we were done with 2009: The Year in Review posts, but here's one more. How about I tuck it away in a Saturday post so it's less noticeable? I forgot I wanted to do this until I saw it over at my friends' blog (Heissatopia). So I'm going to completely and absolutely steal their idea and run some interesting stats for My Adventures in Tucson/Limbo/Ithaca (but probably not as in-depth because I'm not as savvy as Andrew).

My Adventures in Tucson (January - June), My Adventures in Limbo (June - August), My Adventures in Ithaca (August - December) 2009 Stats

Total posts: 246

Total number of comments: 2583

  • Average number of comments per post: 10.5
  • Number of posts with no comments: 1
  • Highest number of comments on one post: 55
Number of subscribers (Google Reader only, I don't know how to find out anything else): 100

Most-discussed posts:

Top searches leading to this blog:
  • woombie
  • woombie reviews
  • lone survivor review bridget
  • my adventures in tucson
  • having tonsils removed
  • dollar movies tucson
  • woombie review
  • the woombie
  • waltz with bashir tucson
  • reverse sad
2009 Visitor Overview

  • Visits: 36,339
  • Absolutely unique visitors: 11,389
  • Pageviews: 59,267
  • Average time on site: 1 min 52 sec
Top Referring Sites
A little over 60% of visits to this blog comes from referring sites. That means that the visitor clicked on a link somewhere (facebook, another blog, etc.) and ended up here. This is as opposed to simply typing the address in the address bar the old-fashioned way. So if your blog is listed below, it doesn't mean that you personally were clicking away madly at links to My Adventures in Ithaca - it just means some of your visitors were.
Top Countries

  • United States (86.96% of total blog visits)
  • United Kingdom (2.67%)
  • Canada
  • Finland
  • Egypt
  • Australia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Jordan
Top States

  • Arizona
  • Oregon
  • Utah
  • California
  • New York
  • Virginia
  • Michigan
  • Texas
  • District of Columbia
  • Massachussetts
Thank you for indulging me. And thank you, Google Analytics! Also thanks to Andrew and I hope he doesn't mind that I am attempting to duplicate, however poorly, his superior web ninja skillz.

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