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In April, we started using Awstats for analytics, and we've decided to share some data we've gathered from using it :)
Since April, we've had 1903 unique visitors, and 9361 viewed traffic hits (hits from real people), which took up 322.51MB of bandwith. We usually had the most traffic on wednesdays (why?!) and the most hits were on 18:00-19:00 GMT.
The most visits came out of the US and Croatia:
As operating systems go, Windows is the most popular with 50.3% of visits coming from Windows-powered machines, and 32.7% of traffic came out of Linux machines, while Mac OS-powered machines account for 13.6% of all Pulsir visits.
Chrome is the most popular browser with 32.7% visits, while (believe it or not [I don't]) comes on a close second with 26.5% of visits, closely followed by Firefox at 25.1%. And, somehow, 5 visits were using Netscape Navigator. I seriously hope this is user agent spoofing.
We had more than 65000 visits from bots. You can see more about that and more interesting data in our full Analytics Report.
What's the most interesting stat you have found or gathered? Let us know :)
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