Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Google Analytics Results For March 2009

March is over, and that means that it is time for another Google Analytics report! Here are the results for March 2009:

The top ten countries, in number of visits, are:
  1. United States - 572 visits
  2. Canada - 53 visits
  3. United Kingdom - 41 visits
  4. Netherlands - 13 visits
  5. Australia - 9 visits
  6. France - 4 visits
  7. Sweden - 2 visits
  8. Ireland - 2 visits
  9. New Zealand - 2 visits
  10. Germany - 2 visits

The top ten states in the United States, in number of visits, are:

  1. Michigan - 111 visits
  2. Illinois - 50 visits
  3. Texas - 41 visits
  4. California - 40 visits
  5. New York - 35 visits
  6. Virginia - 26 visits
  7. Ohio - 24 visits
  8. Utah - 20 visits
  9. Florida - 18 visits
  10. Washington - 15 visits

The top ten places in Michigan, in number of visits, are:

  1. Hamburg - 32 visits
  2. Lansing - 32 visits
  3. Whitmore Lake - 19 visits
  4. Grand Rapids - 7 visits
  5. East Lansing - 3 visits
  6. Redford - 2 visits
  7. Troy - 2 visits
  8. Battle Creek - 1 visit
  9. Commerce Township - 1 visit
  10. Goodrich - 1 visit

The top ten posts, in number of views, are:

  1. Celebrate Your Name Week - Day One - 46 views
  2. Library of Michigan and State Archives News: Possible Closure? - 45 views
  3. 31st Shades Of The Departed Guest Column Posted! - 42 views
  4. Are They Related? Another Mystery Photo ... - 30 views
  5. 68th Edition of the Carnival of Genealogy Posted! - 28 views
  6. Tombstone Maker Website - 23 views
  7. 16th Edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy - 23 views
  8. I've Left Facebook ... - 21 views
  9. Forgot To Mention: 33rd Shades Of The Departed Guest Column Posted! - 19 views
  10. 32nd Shades Of The Departed Guest Column Posted! - 17 views

Well, that is it for this month's report. For all of those who read my blog, thank you for reading! Enjoy!

1 comment:

Claudia's thoughts said...

When they start giving the statistics of what those readers ate for dinner they have gone too far.....really, compiling all those statistics is interesting. I would like to find an easy translation widget that the non English natives could click and read. It would be easier and you could increase the readership more.