Following on from my 2006 web statistics, below is a summary of what the site saw in 2007.
I was pretty happy in 2006 to see approximately 95,000 visitors come through the site in six months however in 2007 I wasn’t able to sustain that level of traffic. By the end of the year the site was visited 146,075 times which resulted in 206,898 pageviews.
The breakdown of traffic sources over 2007 still highlights the complete dominance that Google held in web search. However, unlike in 2006 where the first non-Google search product came in at 11th position – Yahoo! made a showing at position five. It’d be nice to think that meant that Yahoo! was actually competing against Google but when they are sending this site less than 2% of Google web search – it feels like a one horse race.
The most popular posts for the year looks similar to 2006, however with a few newcomers:
- Disable Options In A Select Dropdown Element
- ASP Error ‘ASP 0104: 80004005?
- ORA-04030: out of process memory when trying to allocate <x> bytes
- Oracle Dynamic SQL Using The DECODE Function
I wonder what posts will make it into the top list in 2008, I think we’ll see some familiar faces since there are already repeat offenders from 2006.