Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Report on October activities

The decision to switch to a separate blog package (which can be accessed directly at www.hertfordshire-genealogy.blogspot.com) seems to be working well. There were 1358 page views in October. This figure counts viewing the main page (which can contain up to 10 posts) as one view, and it is clear that many visitors stayed and veiw multiple pages and also visited the main web site. While there has been a small decrease in the number of different people visiting the main web site compared with October 2010 there has been a small increase in return visits.


During the month the blog had page views by visitors from Australia (85), Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Canada (37), C├┤te d’Ivoire (38), Denmark (60), France, Germany, India, Ireland, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands (24), New Zealand (10), Philippines, Romania, Russia (18), Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain (26), Taiwan, United Kingdom (575), and United States (113).

The most popular views  on the blog were:

  1. Buying Hertfordshire Wills Online (25)
  2. Searching on the Commonwealth War Graves Commissio... (13)
  3. I attend an Old School Reunion (13)
  4. Family Trees or Woodland Trees. (9)
  5. Mental Health Records in Hertfordshire (9)
  6. New Discovery Service at the National Archives (9)
  7. High Resolution Images of Old Hertfordshire Post C... (8)
  8. Medieval Field System exposed in Wilstone Reservoi... (8)
  9. Hertfordshire War Memorial Photographs (7)
  10. Little Berkhamsted War Memorial and St Andrew's Ch... (7)

On the main site (where statistics are collected on a different basis, there were 20954 separate visits of which 5630 visits. This is the highest number this year. Of these visits 13279 visits were via google and most  of these would have been quick in or out single page views. However 3282 visits lasted more then 2 minutes and there were 191 visits which lasted over one hour.

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