Regular Readers

According to Google Analytics, which I had apparently not noticed was broken by the theme changeover, this blog has approximately 14,000 regular readers.  This is based off loyaltry trends that show the number of people who have visited at least 26 times in the past 3 months is roughly that number.  Whether you come here directly, or get sent here thorugh someone else, thank you.

Of course, this is assuming I’m calculating things correctly, which depends on understanding google’s terms for visitor and visit, and google using their own terms properly.

7 Responses to “Regular Readers”

  1. Ahab says:

    Yeah, their verbiage for “visits” vs. “visitors” is a little hazy, but if I’m doing my math correctly I’ve got about 8k, which makes me kind of happy. Up next – Five digits.

  2. Alcibiades McZombie says:

    But what’s your bandwith usage?

  3. Sebastian says:

    Don’t know. I don’t pay attention to that. With FiOS I have enough of it that I don’t have to worry.

  4. USCitizen says:

    Can you run the analytics for other sites?

    Evidently mine is not “google approved”.

  5. Sebastian says:

    You basically have to create a google analytics account and add some code to your site. It’s not the most user friendly software in the world, unfortunately. Hell, I’m not even sure I really have 14,000 readers!

  6. Jim W says:

    Well I block google analytics scripts and their servers so I’m one of at least a few people who aren’t showing.

  7. Linoge says:

    Rub it in, why do you not? ;)

    ‘Twould be nice if hit-tracking systems were to decide on a common definition of all of the appropriate words… Fat chance of that happening, though.