[thelist] Understanding my stats

CDitty mail at redhotsweeps.com
Sun Jan 6 19:59:47 CST 2002


At 12:56 PM 1/4/2002, you wrote:
>Thanks Daniel.
>Answered you below.
>At 12:25 PM 1/4/2002, you wrote:
>>Hey Chris -
>>CDitty wrote:
>>>have forgotten alot about how this works.  Can someone tell me if my 
>>>interpretation is correct?
>>>Unique visitors - 25,707
>>>Number of visits - 75,234 - 3 visits/visitor
>>>Pages - 1,216,471 - 16 pages/visit
>>>Hits - 7,339,708 - (97.55 hits/visit)
>>>  From what I can remember, Uniques are the most important.  Then comes 
>>> page views. (atleast that used to be the case.)  Hits is pretty much 
>>> useless because that is every single request of page, graphics, whatever.
>>>How am I doing?
>>sounds good so far.. are the above stats for the month?
>>>Now, to get the average daily traffic, I divide the figures above by 
>>>number of days.  This gives me...
>>>Uniques: 98,873
>>>Page Views: 46,787
>>>Visits: 2,893
>>>Is all this correct?  Are these stats considered good anymore?
>>where are you getting the number of uniques? Above, you have 25,000 
>>unique vistors, which in an average month would give you just under 1000 
>>unique vistors a day(on average)..
>Uhhh, oops.  Should be 988.73 uniques.   One day I will have to learn to 
>count. :)

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