Saturday, 17 February 2007
Intrigued by reading a summary Keith Bond's Alexa article on BlogRoll, I ran www.davidfiske.com through it.
My official summary is Alexa's country stats are rubbish!
Here's what they 'think' my site achieves:
Here's what really goes on:
(apologies for a large image size)
Alexa' thinks my visitors come from the UK (60.7%) and Australia (39.3%). Wrong!
In reality Australia is just 1.88% and the UK is just 24.58%. Amazingly (and worryingly for me perhaps), most of my visitors come from America. And to those who do, welcome.
But I am aiming my content at UK visitors and so it would have little relevance (I would of thought) to Americans.
Nonetheless, I will continue to write what I do about affiliate marketing and other money making shenanigans and hope that it benefits everyone.
I would also like to welcome the visitors from the following countries who make up 12.33% of my visitors:
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Unfortunately geo-targeted stats are an impossible dream many alleged US visitors are simply UK (or elsewhere) visitors using AOL
Written on Saturday 17 February 2007 at 19:35:47 GMT (Permalink)
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