I’ve been using Google Analytics since January 30th to measure traffic here.
Oh, as a side note. Of course the image
in the previous post is not Magritte’s
“The Voice of Silence,” but rather
“The Scream” by Eddie Munch.
But you knew that…
Anyway, the Google tool has allowed me to gather quite a bit of information on you. I don’t know who you are; well, actually, I do know who some of you are and frankly, you scare me. What about you lurkers? You voyeurs… To quote Pete Townshend, “Who the fuck are you?”
Let’s begin with where you are. Although not the majority, many of you live in Massachusetts. Here are the top 10 locations and number of visits:
Maynard 86 Hey Jeff…
Leominster 49 Who are you?
Waltham 46 That goes for you, too.
West Roxbury 9 Um, hi.
Now let’s delve into some of the search terms that get people here and what they do once they arrive…
Fifteenkey.com is the most popular search term, but I’m not sure how people come up with it to do a search. Searches on my name are the second most popular, and those people spend quite a bit of time “just looking,” averaging about 8 pages viewed per visit. Other popular search terms leading the unfortunate here are:
http://vistadome.com who moved my cheese
rob zombie “god of thunder”
phil rudd wife
phil rudds house
phil rudd’s wife
pomade liquid tsa regulation?
songs about depression loneliness fakeness
symbolism in jm barrie’s peter pan
Finally, fans of Wilco have ended up here with a variety of searches:
there’s a light (one light)
there’s a light what light
there’s a light, white light
what light letterman mpeg
wilco letterman “what light” mpeg
Speaking of Wilco, I’m getting fired up for their upcoming show on Thursday, June 28th at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston.
So, who are you?