On 12th July 2013, this blog passed 30,000 views. Thank you for contributing!!
Although, actually, it’ll be a bit more since it’s not always been on my current host (WordPress).
So, there are various stats available from WordPress on who visited from where, so here’s some interesting nuggets…
Where are people viewing from ?
Mostly from the US, closely followed by the UK, then India, so actually no surprises there.
What are the top 5 posts ?
|Page Corruption in a SQL Server Database||2,906|
|Creating a Virtual Cluster||2,848|
|SQL Server ODBC on Linux||2,691|
|Loading Reference data from a SharePoint List using SSIS||2,219|
|Fun with TPC-H (part 1)||2,103|
How do viewers get here ?
The vast majority (over 17,000) made it here from Google, with other methods being far lower (Bing 650, Twitter 470)
The busiest month was October 2012, when I had over 2,000 views. That was directly due to me hosting TSQL2sday. I’m averaging 1,500 views a month and have been for the past year, with over 1,000 distinct visitors a month since WordPress started tracking them in December.
Thank you for visiting, and I hope you continue to find this blog helpful.