We shall see what we can dig up for some further stats, but please don't bog us down with requests as we are deep in BETT preparation. To be getting along with though, try this little fact:
We had 415 visits from Bhutan last year making it the 179th highest visiting country. We had 226 countries/regions (as define by Google Analytics) visiting the site over that period. Compare that figure for Bhutan to this report: Bhutan Internet Usage and Telecommunications Reports. Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy.
We also get more visits from Greenland than that and I often see Thule airbase in Northern Greenland appear on our Woopra live analytics package making it our most northerly visitor :)
I agree, @FN-GM should get out more, and as he sits at the desk across from me it would also mean that I didn't have to listen to him going through the Duran Duran repertoire quite so often. :mmph:
Originally Posted by elsiegee40
So whos got the most posts then?
As promised here are some more stats for you all to chew over:
Total server data transferred (in and out): 9,271.213 GB
Data delivered from one of our CDN networks: 3000 GB
Top 3 Devices:
- Apple iPad - 183,850
- Apple iPhone - 160,777
- Net Set* - 43,447
Top 3 Operating systems:
- iOS - 236,142
- Android - 140,608
- iPad - 62,667
Top 3 Mobile Device Branding:
- Apple - 355,882 visits
- Samsung - 44,872
- Net Set* - 43,447
*We suspect that the Google Analytics' 'Not Set' tag is applied to devices where either it had been modified by installing a customised/hacked OS such as Cyanogen Mod or has not been set correctly by the manufacturer.
Please note that several stats do not tie up neatly as regards to Apple and the iOS/iPad. This is down to the fact that Google changed the way Analytics' reported Apple mobile devices in June last year, so what we are showing is a mixture of the 'old' and 'new' systems that was fed back to us when we ran the report. You can find out more here: Changes to how Google Analytics tracks Mobile operating system no more iPad no more iPhone
If you are interested, Blackberry came in at #5 and Windows Phone at #7. These would have been listed as 3 and 4 respectively in the OS list had all Apple mobile devices been shown as iOS.
We would have also shown the SonyEricsson LT15i Experia Arc as being listed at #3 in devices closely followed by the Samsung Galaxy SII in the #4 slot.
So many Apple Fanbois... :p
Perhaps. Go back 12 months and the iPad was pretty much the only kid on the block. I shall do a review of these stats in June, because with Windows 8 and decent Android tablets now widespread I think that the tables will tun slightly by then.
Originally Posted by localzuk
The Apple stats are basically borked because they changed the way its reported mid year which will cause double reporting and just borked numbers.
borked by them on purpose or not though as doubling hits makes their market share look bigger
Originally Posted by ZeroHour
Nice to see mine, @ZeroHour and @SYNACK 's browsing is showing the stats on our Windows Phones :D