Every so often I check the stats for my blog to see which articles are popular and learn how people are finding the blog. I just checked the stats today, and, if you are curious, here is a summary of what I found.
Most popular articles
As of today, for the month of July 2006, the ten most-visited articles on my blog are as follows:
The numbers in parentheses are the articles’ relative-popularity scores. Each score tells you how popular an article was when compared to the blog’s root page, which has a reference score of 1000.
Most popular search keywords
The ten most popular search keywords that led people to my blog are as follows:
Many of these were combined with other terms as part of a search phrase. For example, “rails” was often used in the following phrases:
- rails link_to
- rails button_to
- rails button helper
- rails link_to html_options
- rails form confirm
- confirm form post rails
- user agent in rails
Over the last 30 days, there have been on average 244 attempts per day to post spam to my blog (stdev = 96).
And that’s the stats!