Friday 16 January 2009

Views - Stats and feedback

OK, a short post update from me today. After Dave and I launched this blog, I set up the Google Analytics module to let us have some feedback and data. Well what a great tool it is - so much data to be a total geek over. And it is from that data that I thought I would share a few thoughts with you.
Firstly, thank you to all our visitors, those who have signed up as 'Friends' and those of you who have signed up with the RSS feed, and of course to those of you that have left comments. We really do appreciate that and will reflect on those comments and make specific posts on any request. So thanks and please do feel free to comment on any of the posts - whether you agree or disagree - all welcomed.
So some 'stat porn' that may be of interest to you. We have been visited from 17 countries in the eight days since Analytics started, with the majority from the UK from 66 cities from all countries of the Union, so thanks Joe over there. And to the rest of you across the world, we are slowly colouring in the world map a nice shade of green.
Clearly the wildlife and photographic community is more tech savvy than the rest of the general population with 38% using Firefox as your browser, and 7.5% using Safari.
And finally thanks for the regular visits, with 62% of visits from returning visitors
If you would like to be our 'Guest Photographer' and have a chance of a clot - one day only, please contact us here.
Tomorrow I will continue the Long Lenses Series with a follow on from the last article with more on choices of the super teles, and then you will have me again on Sunday when we launch the first of the 'Local Patch' series, when I will summarise on what we have been watching in the garden and in our local patch since the start of the year.


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