Sunday, January 05, 2014

2013 Stats

Here are some blog stats for your review/entertainment (2012 stats here).

Bridget of Arabia 2013 Stats

Total posts: 246

Total number of comments: 1754
  • Average number of comments per post: 7
  • Number of posts with no comments: don't know; don't care.
  • Highest number of comments on one post: 46
Number of subscribers: I have no earthly idea. Let us all mourn Google Reader. Amen.

Most-discussed posts:
  • bridget of arabia
  • my adventures in tucson
  • arabic
  • zidane
  • woombie reviews
  • airplane clip art
  • zinedine zidane religion
  • bridget palmer blog
  • h and m
  • islamic calendar 2013
  • grammar book
  • acrosst
2013 Visitor Overview
  • Visits: 64,361
  • Absolutely unique visitors: 24,800
  • Pageviews: 113,124
  • Average visit duration: 1 min 57 sec
Top Referring Sites
About 44% 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 Bridget of Arabia - it just means some of your visitors were.
  • Magdalena's private blog
Top Countries/Cities

  • United States (68% of total blog visits)
  • United Arab Emirates (10%)
  • United Kingdom
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • "not set" - ???
  • India
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Pakistan

Top States

  • Utah
  • California
  • Arizona
  • Oregon
  • Texas
  • Virginia
  • Indiana
  • New York
  • Florida
  • Massachusetts
Thanks for indulging me, and thanks to Google Analytics!


Susanne said...

Thanks for posting your 2013 stats!

I miss Google Reader, too.

Jen said...

Seriously. Google Reader.

Also? Love the maps. Do you ever wonder to yourself (for instance), "I wonder who's reading this from Anchorage, Alaska?"

Liz Johnson said...

It makes me so happy that your diploma equivalency saga was not for naught! Look at all those people profiting from your knowledge/experience!

I'm glad I'm not the only one who hasn't found a satisfactory replacement for Google Reader. Seriously, what the heck, Google. Ruining the second best thing you ever did (after gmail).

Jennifer said...

Very interesting. I'm using Feedly as a Google Reader replacement and it says you have 52 readers. Obviously an incomplete picture though.


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