Virtual School Meanderings

July 31, 2011

Statistics for July 2011

This entry is being backdated, as I was a bit busy last night and didn’t get a chance to post this entry.  And since this is backdated, another quick entry.

Anyway, this past month there were 9,444 hits to this blog (at least as of 10:30pm EST).  This is compared with 10,800 during the month of June, 9414 during the month of May, 10,936 during the month of April, 12,270 during the month of March, 10,724 during the month of February, 11,384 during the month of January.  So down a bit this past month, but for much of the year I have been flirted around the 10,000 mark with just some ups and downs.

The high traffic entries this past month included:

  1. AERA 2012 Annual Meeting – July 22, 2011 Submission Deadline
  2. Florida Virtual School Named Champion At Sterling Storyboard Competition
  3. Questions About The School Of Tomorrow
  4. Webinar Recording – Blended Learning: Make it Work for Your District
  5. Problem With Cyber Charter Schools – PA & NJ Edition
  6. Online High School Credit Recovery: A Free Webinar Filled With Real-World Best Practices
  7. Online-Teaching Standards
  8. How Finland Became An Education Leader
  9. EDTECH597 – Potential Hazards Of Blogging
  10. Westwood Cyber High School

Interesting that only three items were from July. However, there were also four items from 2010 included in there. Finally, the Westwood entry was from back in December 2008 and the Online Teaching Standards entry was from March 2008.

If you look at where folks came from, the top ten places were

  1. flvs.net
  2. Twitter
  3. Google
  4. moodle.learnnc.org
  5. Facebook
  6. Google Reader
  7. en.wordpress.com
  8. plurk.com
  9. iconfactory.com
  10. Google+

First of all, thanks to the good folks at the Florida Virtual School.  They always are high number referrers to this  blog (and I thank them for that traffic).  Also worth mentioning is the fact that I post notice of all of my entries on Twitter, Facebook, Plurk, and Google+ – so that seems to be helping traffic.

As Google is sitting in the number four position, it is worth looking at the search terms folks were using.

  • blended learning
  • school of tomorrow philippines subjects
  • statistics
  • westwood cyber high school
  • dissertation
  • 95 theses
  • visible learning
  • journal of computing in teacher education
  • innosight institute
  • westwood cyber school

Finally, the summary statistics for my old blog site

Monthly Stats Report: 1 Jul – 31 Jul 2011
Project: Virtual High School Meanderings
URL: http://mkbnl.blogspot.com

Page Loads Unique Visitors First Time Visitors Returning Visitors
Total 77 69 60 9
Average 2 2 2 0
Date Page Loads Unique Visitors First Time Visitors Returning Visitors
Fri, 1 Jul 0 0 0 0
Sat, 2 Jul 5 3 3 0
Sun, 3 Jul 0 0 0 0
Mon, 4 Jul 4 3 3 0
Tue, 5 Jul 0 0 0 0
Wed, 6 Jul 1 1 1 0
Thu, 7 Jul 2 2 2 0
Fri, 8 Jul 1 1 1 0
Sat, 9 Jul 1 1 1 0
Sun, 10 Jul 0 0 0 0
Mon, 11 Jul 5 4 4 0
Tue, 12 Jul 2 2 2 0
Wed, 13 Jul 7 6 4 2
Thu, 14 Jul 3 3 2 1
Fri, 15 Jul 6 6 2 4
Sat, 16 Jul 5 3 2 1
Sun, 17 Jul 3 3 3 0
Mon, 18 Jul 4 4 4 0
Tue, 19 Jul 2 2 2 0
Wed, 20 Jul 2 2 2 0
Thu, 21 Jul 0 0 0 0
Fri, 22 Jul 2 2 2 0
Sat, 23 Jul 3 3 2 1
Sun, 24 Jul 2 2 2 0
Mon, 25 Jul 2 2 2 0
Tue, 26 Jul 2 2 2 0
Wed, 27 Jul 2 2 2 0
Thu, 28 Jul 3 2 2 0
Fri, 29 Jul 2 2 2 0
Sat, 30 Jul 1 1 1 0
Sun, 31 Jul 5 5 5 0

So, that’s it for this month.

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