Fun With Google: Gunaxin Readers’ Locations
Google Analytics is a free web traffic service that has put many of the paid web trafficking services out of business. It has many features, but primarily used to track the number of page views that your website gets. But it also knows where the users are located on the globe. We here at Gunaxin pride ourselves on creating quality content, and are proud to say that readers in 211 distinct countries or territories have found their way to this abyss of the Internet in 2010.
While we won’t give you access to our Google Analytics data, you can see some interesting info at our Who’s Amung Us Page. In addition, we’ll provide some lists from Analytics of interesting geographic locations of our readers from this year.
Here are Gunaxin’s top countries for page views, none of which are surprises:
- United States
- United Kingdom
The award for most page views per visit goes to the Democratic Republic of Congo, then Gambia and New Caledonia. But the real winner is Myanmar (you’ll always be Burma to us), which came in fourth and gave us significantly more page views than the leading three combined. So, here’s to you, Burma! You also have the lead for average time on site.
The award for smallest percentage of new visits, which really means users who return to the site, goes to Niger, then Norfolk Island, and with the most page views, Nicaragua (Burma came in 11th).
For the users with the lowest bounce rate, the Solomon Islands and Gambia lead the way, but once again, Burma tops the charts with page views but is in 12th place.
Now, onto the top Gunaxin cities (32,247 total):
- New York
- Los Angeles
- San Francisco
The award for most page views per visit goes to a couple of readers out of Lecompton, Kansas, wherever the hell that is.
But several folks in Navojoa, Mexico, spent an average of an hour on Gunaxin, reading God knows what.
The users with the lowest percentage of new visits (with any significant portion of page views, and not equal to 0%) are the fine folks in Ciechanowiec, Poland. Congrats, Ciechanowiec!
So, now that the Gunaxin writers know where our readers are coming from, expect significantly more content written for Burma. Go, Burma!