A couple days ago, the Reassembler was curious as to whether tagging a post with David Beckham would result in a traffic increase. (It didn’t.) That gave me the bright idea of posting about this site’s web stats and visitor profile. You know, because it’s so compelling. A month or so ago, I signed up with Performancing Metrics–they have a plethora of information, and you other bloggers may like to check it out. And don’t worry about being “spied” on; it’s not like I can get your home address or credit card number. Yet.
There’s a good degree of interest in Manuel Uribe, the world’s fattest man.
Despite mentioning Jared from Subway only once in passing, people occasionally stumble their way here looking for him.
A few people got here via “400 lbs man”.
In other words, Liquid Egg Product is a good source for news about the ridiculously obese.
Computers you use:
As expected, IE is the dominant browser, with Firefox a significant minority. Almost everyone uses Windows.
A screen resolution of 1024×768 is more popular than all the others combined. One of you uses 1900×1280, and I think I know who it is. I’m curious to find out your monitor size.
Most visitors are American (also very expected). Other countries represented are Canada, Singapore, Spain, Germany, Italy, India, Venezuela, Australia, Great Britain, Portugal, and Malaysia.
One of the most interesting things, though, I’ve found is this: I don’t seem to have a good handle on people’s tastes. Some of the posts I find most compelling generate little traffic, but other posts that (in my estimation) are dreadfully mundane gather more interest.
(CLARIFICATION: Did that last paragraph made it sound like I was disappointed or something? This is definitely not the case. It was more a curiosity than anything.)