Having run out of things to read in my RSS reader I’m digging around looking for something to write about as I still have an hour and a half before I can even think about leaving work. So here’s a few random SEB stats for this past August:
Page Views: 3,716,703
Data Transfer: 28.86 G
Busiest Day: Aug. 22nd – 151,943 page views by 5,031 visitors amounting to 1.06G of data.
72% of all traffic comes from the United States followed by Canada (6.4%), the U.K. (6.1%), and Australia (2.4%). The browser preference is pretty evenly split between Internet Explorer (43.7%) and Firefox (42.9%) with Safari (3.2%) and Mozilla (2.5%) following behind (interestingly enough AOL accounts for 1.2%).
Not surprisingly the dominate OS is Windows XP (65.3%) followed by, surprisingly, “Unknown” (13.4%) and then Windows Vista (6.6%) and Macintosh (5.4%), Linix (2.4%) is tied with Windows 2000 (2.4%), while Windows 2003 (1.6%) just nudges out Mac OS X (1.5%) with WIndows 98 (0.6%) bringing up the rear.
Google dominates the referring search engine at 94.9% with the next closest being Yahoo at 3.5%, AOL and MSN tie at 0.7% each and the rest are 0.1% or less.
Now we get to the good stuff. The Top 10 Search Terms that brought people to SEB are:
- Tony Sinclar – Annoying TV spokesman (0.9%)
- Chuck Missler – IDiot obsessed with peanut butter (0.9%)
- Stupid Evil Bastard – Semi-obscure weblog (0.8%)
- Sims 2 Sex – How to get pretend people to have pretend sex (0.7%)
- ProductTestPanel.com – Something for nothing scam site (0.7%)
- Laura Mallory – Anti-Harry Potter asshat (0.4%)
- ProductTestPanel – Same as #5 above. (0.4%)
- angels trumpet – Fun with hallucinogenic tea. (0.4%)
- Medison Celebrity – Uber-cheap laptop (0.3%)
- Philip Stein Teslar – Overly expensive scam watches. (0.3%)
So that’s that for whatever thats worth. I don’t know that it says anything in particular, but I thought it was interesting none the less and it allowed me to kill off a good 25 minutes or so while I typed this up.