So what do the numbers say?

As usual, my final post for #blogjune is going to look at my blog stats for the past month to see if anyone’s actually read any of my posts. The data will come from a couple of sources – the stats plugin on the blog, my web host, and Google Analytics. Hopefully they’ll be pretty similar.

Firstly, the most-viewed post was So what does a health librarian need to know, followed by So what’s changed since #blogjune last year. These were posts from earlier in the month, so I guess it’s not surprising that they’re at the top. It seems that either Wednesday or Thursday was the most popular day for people to visit the blog (depending on which source you use). The various sources also differed on where these visitors were from – one had the top three countries for visitors being Australia, the US and New Zealand, while another listed them as the US, Australia and France, while the final one had Australia, Bangladesh and Germany as the top three.

Continuing the trend from the last couple of years, Firefox was the most popular browser, followed by Chrome, then Internet Explorer. The mobile browser (Android and iOS) percentage has continued to increase – about 6% this year compared to about 4% last year. Also following the trend from last year is a drop in the total number of views for the month compared to June last year.

So that’s it for another year of #blogjune. I’ll probably be back next year, hopefully with a bit more of a plan and focus for what I’m going to write about.

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I'm a health librarian in Sydney, Australia, who also happens to be a geocacher.

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