Another interesting month in terms of web statistics. In September 2009, there were 406 unique visitors who visited 1239 times – an average of 3.06 visits per visitor.
In September 2009, there was an average of 41.3 visitors per day. The highest figure of 78 was achieved on September 12, and the lowest figure of 23 was achieved on September 18. You can view the full graph here.
Unlike previous months, I will no longer be posting a full list – it takes too long to put together! Another month with hits coming from all over the world. The UK and USA are at the top of the list, with a number of hits coming in from Sweden, Canada and Russia.
At the lower end of the scale, there are 1 or 2 hits coming in from Australia, Croatia, Cyprus and even Kenya!
The most viewed pages in September 2009 were:
Users with Mozilla Firefox make up the majority of visitors to the site – 62.5%. Internet Explorer users make up 15.3% of the visitors, whilst Netscape users make up 0.8% of visitors. Users with other browsers make up 21.2% of visitors. Obviously, Internet Explorer is no longer as popular as it once was!
The top 5 search terms resulting in a visit to the site in September 2009 are:
- Malcolm Laycock
- Mo Dutta
- Fred Hart
- Radio 2 Changes
- Changes at Radio 2
So… same again next month? 🙂