24 February 2014

My Blog Stats, Compared

My blog stats vary, which is normal, due to them having different audiences, but here are the stats I found interesting for the last month, and you may too.  Blog A is Orthodox Ecclesiology and the World, Blog B is How to get Married in China, and Blog C is Steamies vs. Diesels.

Visitors by Browser
Blog A
  1. Chrome (27%)
  2. Firefox (27%)
  3. Internet Explorer (25%)
  4. Safari (13%)
  5. Opera (3%)
Blog B
  1. Chrome (41%)
  2. Firefox (26%)
  3. Internet Explorer (14%)
  4. Safari (7%)
  5. Opera (1%)
Blog C
  1. Safari (30%)
  2. Chrome (24%)
  3. Internet Explorer (21%)
  4. Firefox (11%)
  5. Opera (1%)
But why such an bwoser disparity? Maybe this can be explained by OS?
Visitors by Operating System:
Blog A
  1. Windows (67%)
  2. Macintosh (13%)
  3. iPhone/iPad (8%)
  4. Android (6%)
  5. Linux (3%)
Blog B
  1. Windows (64%)
  2. Macintosh (12%)
  3. Android (10%)
  4. iPhone/iPad (7%)
  5. Linux (3%)
Blog C
  1. Windows (55%)
  2. iPhone/iPad (29%)
  3. Macintosh (6%)
  4. Android (6%)
  5. Linux (2%)
OK, but why such an OS disparity? Maybe this can be explained by the origin of the audience?
Visitors by Country:
Blog A
  1. United States
  2. Ukraine
  3. China
  4. United Kingdom
  5. India
  6. Canada
  7. Germany
  8. Turkey
  9. Russia
  10. France
Blog B
  1. United States
  2. New Zealand
  3. Germany
  4. United Kingdom
  5. Australia
  6. Canada
  7. Indonesia
  8. France
  9. Singapore
  10. China
Blog C
  1. United States
  2. United Kingdom
  3. Ukraine
  4. Australia
  5. Canada
  6. Japan
  7. New Zealand
  8. Ireland
  9. Russia
  10. Indonesia
Based on this and other evidence, it seems that Safari and iPad/iPhone stats are higher for Blog C because of the traffic from the United Kingdom. Do any other bloggers or webmasters see this same type of trend?

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