A couple of weeks ago, I bought and installed Mint to analyze the traffic here.
Mint, like Google Analytics and MeasureMap, can’t tell you about syndication feeds (unless readers come through Bloglines or similar.) So this is a sample skewed towards people who may not be cutting edge users.
- Do Cats Cause Schizophrenia
- Recent news reports on a possible link between toxoplasmosis and mental illness triggered plenty of searches on the keyworks. I think one is a temporary spike.
- Web Sudoku
- Another ‘faddish’ result.
- Entries about Toys
- The category contains an entry with a photo of an exotic car in the body shop near me. Lots of people looking for an image of one.
- Republicans for Voldemort Redux
- Either people looking for the comic, or wondering about the tshirt and bumper sticker.
- Entries about Humor
- Mainly searches for “humor+mpeg”
- Apache 2 for Mac OS X
- Searches for the keywords. Tiger Server comes with Apache 2, by the way.
- Lossless XHTML
- From the microformats site
- Christopher Walken in a Fatboy Slim Video
- Visual PHP Editor for Mac OS X
- Most (82%) are on Windows, 14% on Macs.
- However the browser breakdown is:
- IE: 54%
- Firefox: 32%
- Safari: 9%
- Everything else: 5%
So 5% of my Mac readers are on Firefox?
ETA: Todd Larson reminds me that I ought to check my math when posting in the middle of the night. That’s anywhere from 20 to 36% of Mac visitors using Firefox.
- Most readers have tiny (1,024 x 768) screens.
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