July Roundup

It’s been a busy few days for me - I’ve just moved house from Plymouth to Leicester, and everything’s a little hectic. I’ve just today sorted out a wireless router for the house here though, so I’m able to have my computer on at the same time as the main family computer, which is nice. The router that I bought was the Linksys WAG54G, and so far it seems to be doing the job rather well.

Anyway, the point of this post is to do a quick roundup of how the site is being used currently, where people are coming in from, and that sort of thing. We’ve had a lot of visitors come in from A List Apart this month, following the site link from a comment I made on an article. I hope lots of them decide to come back at one point or another and see what’s new.

Unfortunately, even with all the List Apart visitors, July wasn’t as busy month as May. This is, I believe, mainly down to the fact that I just haven’t written anything new. I’ve still got a couple of articles on the go, and I really should get them finished soon.

Google is still providing the vast majority of the Search Engine traffic to the site, with Yahoo taking a distant second place. I’m going to have to do some reading up to see if there’s anything that I can do to help Yahoo.

According to awstats, Internet Explorer only accounted for 49.8% of traffic to the site last month. That’s right, less than half the traffic! Mozilla brought up a very strong second place with 28.2%, followed by an unknown 7.2%. Opera and Safari were very close, with 5.7% and 5.2% of traffic repectively.

This month’s verdict? B - could do better.

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