Welcome to the thirteenth installment of Notes on Religion visitor profiles!
This month (15 March to 14 April 2008):
This month, Notes on Religion received 58 visits, that is, 23% less than the number received the previous month. The average number of visitors during this period was two a day.
Visitors came to Notes on Religion from Asia, Australasia, Europe and North America. By far the largest number of visitors (48%) came from the United States. Canada and the United Arab Emirates tied for second place with 12%. In sha' Allah, I'll quote all monetary amounts (if any are discussed) in US dollars along with Canadian dollars over the coming month.
In the US, the largest number of visitors (29%) came from New York.
In Canada, 57% of the visitors' ISPs were in Quebec.
Most visitors this month (59%) were referred to Notes on Religion by Google. The most common Google search term that brought visitors to the blog was 'natasha aliyeva'.
The most popular browser this month was Internet Explorer (47%). 81% of the visitors were Windows users.
Since the founding of the blog (15 March 2007 to 14 April 2008):
The total number of visitors during the year and one month was 1,394. The average number of visitors was four per day.
The largest number of visitors (39%) came from Canada. The second-highest number (31%) came from the United States. The United Kingdom came third with 5%.
Quebec accounted for 57% of the visitors' ISPs within Canada.
The biggest proportion of visitors (42%) was referred to the blog by Blogger. The most common search term entered by visitors who were referred to Notes on Religion by Google was 'natasha aliyeva'.
The most popular browser was Internet Explorer (51%). 92% of the visitors were Windows users.