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Statpr0n

Guido, Iain Dale and Timmy have been wheeling out their yearly statpr0n, so your humble Devil thought, "fuck it! What the hell! Let's just see what my figures are like."

So, those of you who are utterly uninterested in what Google Analytics tells me about visitors to The Kitchen over the past year, do feel free to look away now...
806,060 Pageviews

633,717 Visits

220,937 Absolute Unique Visitors

And, for the more cynical (or realistic) of you out there, The Englishman puts his stats up and then explains why these figures don't mean anything much...

Comments

Blue Eyes said…
They look impressive to me! Keep up the anger in 2009.
Chris said…
Actually his explanation refered to old style web server type stats, where once a page has been cached further visits wouldn't be counted.

The actual case with google analytics stats work by calling a bit of javascript which logs the count this means that users coming through proxy counts will be counted.

However what you will find is that some corporate firewalls will have the google analytics URL blocked, so these won't count. Some Users will have javascript turned off and these are probably also user firewall and browser extensions that will block these. There are probably some other reasons that I can't think of at the moment.
Anonymous said…
I hate BRIGSTOCKE, he's a fat-faced mummy's boy cunt who hates the fact that his daddy is a bishop.
An ex-goth from the war-torn streets of Guildford.
Kiss my perenium, lazy slob.
Gus.

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