Aristostats for 2011
I have noticed that there are some in the blogosphere who are looking back over the last year and reporting on various stats generated by their blogs, such as Josiah Concept Ministries and others. They talk about page view totals for the year, which pages were the most popular, who their top referrers were, the most popular browsers used to view their site and so forth. So I thought I would likewise take a look back over the last year and see what some of our totals were. The following information was pulled from the data collected by the company that hosts the Aristophrenium.
Total number of page views for 2011 were in excess of 201,200, which actually topped our 2010 total of 197,700.
For those who prefer visit counts, last year’s total pushed upwards of 65,400, beating the previous year’s total of 48,900.
And the amount of bandwidth we have used over the last two years is 22.3 GB.
The most active month surprisingly was December (24,131 page views).
The most popular operating systems are not a surprise: Windows (74%), Macintosh (16%), and Linux (7%), with the remaining three percent comprised of Other (which I suspect are things like smartphones and mobile devices).
And the top web browsers used are likewise not much of a surprise: Explorer (29%), Firefox (28%), Chrome (21%), Safari (16%), Opera (3%), and Other (3%).
And the top five most viewed articles for 2011 were:
- Adam Morgan, “We don’t hate sin so we don’t understand what happened to the Canaanites.”
- Luis Dizon, “The Trinity in the Torah.”
- Adam Morgan, “Do homosexuals have equal rights?”
- Mathew Hamilton, “Abortion images: Ignorance isn’t bliss, it’s just ignorance (or worse).”
- David Smart, “Christopher Hitchens (1949-2011).”
And finally, the top ten referrers for 2011 were: