Wednesday, January 2, 2013

10000 pageviews - breakdown

I was waiting for it yesterday, but in the end it probably happened in the middle of the night or something.  My blog passed the mark of 10000 visitors.

But that's not really what this post is about. This is about statistics.

First up is a breakdown of the visitors:

United States
4434
United Kingdom
899
Germany
747
Belgium
507
Canada
333
Netherlands
297
Spain
199
Russia
190
Poland
176
Australia
153


Obviously, some of them are going to be bots, but looking at the list of countries, I'm quite sure they're in the minority.

Now that we got the demographics, let's take a look at the more interesting numbers:
Page-views by browser:
Firefox
3715 (37%)
Chrome
3601 (35%)
Internet Explorer
1396 (13%)
Safari
561 (5%)
Mobile Safari
366 (3%)
Opera
352 (3%)
Mobile
17 (<1%)
wOSBrowser
11 (<1%)
CriOS
5 (<1%)
BingPreview
3 (<1%)
Firefox is currently slightly winning over Chrome, though I can say they're always switching around. A good number of people still use Internet Explorer in this day and age. Then we have the other popular browsers , though I guess you should take Safari and Mobile Safari together, which pushes it up to about 8%.



Another interesting graph is what OS people are using to run these browsers on:

Windows
7609 (83%)
Android
429 (4%)
Macintosh
346 (3%)
iPad
181 (1%)
iPhone
167 (1%)
Linux
162 (1%)
Windows NT 6.1
118 (1%)
Nintendo DSi
88 (<1%)
Other Unix
35 (<1%)
iPod
29 (<1%)

No real surprises here. Microsoft is still running on most people's computers, leaving the others far behind.
Leaving Windows out of the picture, the biggest amount of views seems to come from tablets and similar.
The biggest surprise for me is that the Nintendo DSi, which I don't own myself and didn't even knew could surf the web normally, actually got 88 views.
I guess those good old gaming handhelds really are becoming more and more like little computers.



Before I forget, I wish you all a happy new year!

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