Chandoo’s Pointy Haired Dilbert blog had its best month ever in June, and he posted some stats to prove it. Congratulations, Chandoo!
Pointy Haired Dilbert statistics for June 2009
John Walkenbach responded with his own visitor stats.
The Spreadsheet Page statistics for June 2009
John asked, so here are my June stats, first for the entire Peltier Tech website (which includes the blog), then for the PTS Blog.
PeltierTech website statistics for June 2009
PTS Blog statistics for June 2009
This was almost the best month for the web site, but March (below) was slightly better (February and April were in between March and June).
PeltierTech website statistics for March 2009
June was the highest month for visits and visitors on the blog, but April had more pageviews.
PTS Blog statistics for April 2009
My stats show “typical” daily variation, with high weekday and low weekend, for visits, visitors, and pages, while the other measures are flat. John has the same daily variation in visits, visitors, and pages, while hispages per visit and time per visit are higher on weekends. I think this means that people spend more time on his site on weekends, when they have more time to poke around.
Chandoo’s stats in the second week of June are crazy, higher and less regular than the rest of the month, which may show a regular variation except for the distraction of the second week. The peak in Chandoo’s numbers probably corresponds to the June 12 announcement of the new Chart Busters feature he and I are working together. This announcement led to some controversy, as it at first used the name Chart Doctor, which is also the name of a feature on Kelly O’Day’s Process Trends web site.