Analytics tagged articles

8May

New Google Analytics Rocks the Proverbial Socks

Statisticians rejoice!

Talk about a quiet rollout – the Google Analytics team must have been working a lot of late nights recently, as this evening they’ve released a completely overhauled interface for their analytics. Quite the surprise! (In fact, as I write this the announcement has just popped up on Bloglines) [read more...]


27Dec

2006 Recap: Traffic trends

Organicly grown?

In the third (and most likely last) recap on the year that was 2006, we've got a graph (pretty much straight from Google Analytics, with some clever photoshopping to get the overlaid graphs) showing just how traffic to the site has grown since the launch in May / June this year. [read more...]


2Dec

The Demographics of Digg

US, Los Angeles, Firefox, Windows lead the way

This week Modern Life was the grateful recipient of the 100,000th Digg user since the site was established – a number accrued over 9 front page stories and 6 months. That’s a lot by any measure, and Digg.com thus far has been the largest referrer to ML. With Digg.com being touted as a possible acquisition target, and with a purported value of $150 million, just what (or who) exactly are potential investors buying in to? [read more...]