I am a blogger since more than 6.5 years (05/05/2007). I like the free blogging service provided by wordpress. In particular, I like the multiple statistics that wordpress gives about your blog. Whether you want these statistics per day, week, month, quarter, year, or since the first day of establishment of your blog.
If you do not have a blog, then this is how do the statistics for a Blog, 6.5-year-old with 276,218 hits views, look like. The following screenshots are from the statistics page:
Following is each aspect of the statistics in detail:
1. Number of views:
- Per day:
- Per week:
- Per month:
2. The search engine terms that people used and led them to your blog:
- For today:
- For yesterday:
- Summarier for 7 days, 30 days, quarter, year, or all time: The following screenshot is for “all time” search terms for my Blog.
2. The top visited posts and pages:
- Top visited posts and pages for today:
- Top visited pages and posts for yesterday:
- Again, summaries for 7 days, 30 days, quarter, year, or all time: The follwoing screen shot is for all time:
3. Websites that referred visitors to your blog: Summaries for 7 days, 30 days, quarter, year, or all time. The follwoing screen shot is for all time:
- Top clicked links that you posted in your blog: Summaries for 7 days, 30 days, quarter, year, or all time. The follwoing screen shot is for all time:
- Summary about comments:
- Top recent commenter: In the screenshot below, I am the most common commenter with 284 comments. They count when you post comment on posts in your Blog. The rest are other commenters on my Blog. WordPress asks commenters on Blogs to enter emails when before they publish comments. This email is stored in your Blog and each time the person comments using the same email, event if he changed his name, the comments will be counted under the toal number of comments that the person made in your blog. In addition, when a Blog honor approvs a comment of yours to be published in his/her Blog, next times you use the same to publish a comment, the comment will appear automatically without the blog owner approving it.
- Most commented posts: Summary for all time only.
- Totals, followers, and shares:
Do you know now why I love wordpress?