Site StatisticsHere are some statistics for gemal.dk:
Something happend in the start of July. Not really sure. Is the statistics impressive? I have no idea. What does a normal "personal" site generate? I'm using webalizer and are doing some heavy filtering to discard some of my own bots etc.
Output from webalizer:
2735892 records (2735877 ignored)
It is I think and guess what ... might be the blogupdates ... great stuff ... anyway your accesslogs should show what generates the hits.Comment by Andreas Otte at July 30, 2003 07:37 PM | Permalink
Blogupdates is ignored via the HideAgent directiveComment by Henrik Gemal at July 30, 2003 07:41 PM | Permalink
Blog updates links to you and you blog lotsComment by j at July 30, 2003 07:56 PM | Permalink
You really block all hits on http://gemal.dk/mozilla/blogupdates.html ? Why?Comment by Andreas Otte at July 30, 2003 08:33 PM | Permalink
I ignore the useragent "BlogUpdatesBot"Comment by Henrik Gemal at July 30, 2003 08:39 PM | Permalink
Ah ... okay, then again my guess for the increase in hits on your site is because of blogupdates.html. I know I hit it a lot ... at least until I installed the sidebar ;-)Comment by Andreas Otte at July 30, 2003 08:43 PM | Permalink
I bet a lot of Mozillians, journalists and people just interested in Nscp/Moz discovered your blogupdate and started using them to learn more about Netscape layoffs and the future of Mozilla.
Then your blogupdates list your blog.
I wouldn't call this site "personal". Things would get more interesting if you could also generate statistics about the most visited pages. I'm sure your small personal part of this site would be at the bottom of that list.Comment by David Tenser at July 30, 2003 11:09 PM | Permalink
1. 12.96% /browserspy/
3. 7.39% /
5. 3.19% /mozilla/blogupdates.html
I read your blog because updates are posted on blogupdates so I know you've posted and I feel like writing a run on sentence right now.Comment by alanjstr at July 31, 2003 12:59 AM | Permalink
your browserspy stuff is probably one of the main thing people visit your site. You might get an idea where these hits are coming from if you have a referrer log.Comment by basic at July 31, 2003 06:33 AM | Permalink
My guess is that; the reason is the Build Instructions, you publishedComment by Tom Sommer at July 31, 2003 08:33 AM | Permalink
I'd think build instructions, which were linked to by mozillazine, and then by the whole world :-)Comment by vfwlkr at July 31, 2003 10:41 AM | Permalink
I think your Simon nomination in the BBA might generate some hits as well...
=)Comment by 3xM at July 31, 2003 11:14 AM | Permalink
Blog updates links to you and you blog lotsComment by trim spa at November 23, 2003 07:31 PM | Permalink