Did any of you find these stats for your site surprising?
My top 5 referring sites: I hadn’t realized anyone from Facebook—mostly friends back in OKC—came to my blog, but apparently it was my top referrer. Not quite understanding or believing that. Second came “buttons-for-website.com” and I have no idea what that is. Then, SelfAwarePatterns! And of course The Leather Library, which I write for. Thanks so much Mike and Steven!
I also hadn’t realized that my holiday posts had been viewed more than others, but I guess it makes sense, being a broader topic. I did know that my Husserl post got the most comments, and for that I thank you all. I was surprised anyone even read that one, but now I know that y’all really do like your challenges.
I would also like to thank my top commenters…you’re the reason I’m still doing this:
Mike Smith at SelfAwarePatterns
“Nannus” (Andreas Keller) at The Asifoscope
There are a lot of you who comment on a regular basis and I want to thank you too—you know who you are.
I just realized something else. Most of you are either college professors/educators or involved in computers/IT. The same is true of my real life friends. This shouldn’t really be surprising, but I am sort of amazed by the IT connection since I’m about as computer illiterate as it is possible for someone my age to be.
Now I will stop before this gets as boring as the Academy Awards.
Happy New Year everyone!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,200 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 53 trips to carry that many people.