|Statistic||Value||Change from previous month|
|Number of views||635||+96.6%, +312|
|Number of days
|Average views/day||20.49*||+96.6%, +10.42|
|# of Tags (total)
|# of Categories (total)
|# of Comments (total)
|# of Posts (total)
||August 27, 117 views*||N/A|
|Most viewed post
||Why I really hate Wikipedia…, 304 views (in August)*||N/A|
|Top referrer||fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/…, 85 views*||N/A|
|Top search term||“firstname.lastname@example.org”, 6 views||N/A|
|Top click||commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mount…, 16 clicks*||N/A|
Statistics are for this month only unless otherwise stated. Asterisk denotes all-time record, N/A = Not applicable, “—” = unavailable.
Total blog views since inception: 1149
Notes from the author: It’s scary how much my blog views jumped this month, all because of the popular post “Why I really hate Wikipedia administrators.” This post generated the most diverse audience my blog has ever seen and the most controversy I had ever had to deal with.
This blog report is also the first one I have done, and it took me over 20 minutes to compile all the data. If you have any suggestions for further blog reports, please leave a comment.