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EServer: Recent Readership

Statistics about EServer.org readership since January 1, 2006.
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  3,695.07 days from 01/01/06 at 12:00AM to 02/13/16 at 01:44AM - Calculated 02/13/16 at 01:44AM  

EServer Readership Reports: Recent Usage


Overview for  All EServer Domains
How have visits to my site changed over time?


Week   Month   Quarter   Year   Years   All Time  
*Sources of Visitors 
*Popular Content 
*Visitor Demographics 
*Site Design and Planning 
*Improving Site Usability 
*Fixing Site Problems 
*Bandwidth Usage 
*Other Details 
*Program Status 
*Menu of Reports 
Where do my visitors come from? 
Overall
   22.47%    Referring Domains
   63.27%    Search Engines
   0.00%    Campaigns
   12.99%    Hijacked Graphics
   1.27%    Failed Referrers
Referring Domains
    12.01%    eserver.org 
    4.81%    webnode.com 
    3.99%    abundanthope.net 
    3.13%    jcu.edu.au 
    2.99%    exsees.com 
How many visits has my site had?
Visits Bytes
   Total (3,695.07 days)    239,801,308    45,083G
Daily
   Peak on 04/09/15    109,151   
   Peak on 10/18/15    186.5G
   Average    64,898 12,494M
   Recent Average    66,042    19,365M
Monthly
Average    1,979,378    372.1G
Recent Average    2,014,278    576.8G
    February 2016    791,907    261.3G   
    January 2016    1,956,089    571.1G   
    December 2015    1,701,763    610.8G   
Monthly Averages
    Monthly    Average        Recent   
    Visits    1,979,378    same    2,014,278   
    Bytes    372.1G    upup    576.8G   
    Pages    6,337,341    downdown    4,089,972   
    Hits    16,825,068    downdown    11,116,072   
    Errors    300,652    upupupup    876,977   
Where can I look for more information?


 
This is a brief overview of the 150-page detailed report generated
hourly for members of the EServer's editors and board of directors.
 
Our (internal) data complement Alexa/Amazon's analysis of our web
traffic,
which allow users to compare our popularity against other sites'
(and to conclude that we're among the most popular humanities websites).