When the first diamond frame bicycles became popular in the 1890s they were often called "wheels" - the national cycling association was called the "League of American Wheelmen." We have moved from "wheels" to "bikes," but the bicycles have remained remarkably the same over more than 100 years - elegant in their efficiency and simplicity. And many of the issues that we think are new? They were around then too.
Tuesday, December 24, 2013
End of Year Look at Blog Stats
Overview - 90,001 all-time pageviews (click image to enlarge)
No, I still don't get what happened when pageviews was shooting up and then went south for a while, and now sort of zigs and zags.
The top four posts are the four that are featured at the right as "popular posts" - once ensconced there they seem hard to displace. They have, however, changed in rank relative to one another over time.
The blog post that has the most page views that comes next is Kickstarter Reflector Sticker = Success - I don't understand at all why this continues regularly to come up. It is (from my point of view, writing it) the least substantive post I did about Kickstarter proposals. There is little predicting which posts will get lots of views.
I do like that several posts related to my 1982 Bridgestone Sirius are popular. (Another one is here.
The traffic mostly comes from Google searches, not reading of current blog posts (I think). The VampireStat spam numbers are fairly low, all things considered. Good.
Not surprisingly most traffic is from English speaking countries. And an assortment of others.
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