I just got my Dopplr stats for the first half of the year. “You took 28 trips, which added up to 221,054 km or 60% of the distance to the moon. You spent 72 days at home, 109 days traveling. Your personal velocity so far this year was 48.12 km/hr, which is about the same […]
40% still use old Google Analytics script. Don’t forget to update to the newest Google Analytics script call. (And drop in WordPress.com Stats while you’re in there to get something quick and author-centric.)
Now that we’re now 10 days into the release of version 2.6 of WordPress, it’d be interesting to look at a few of the numbers around it. There have been around 23 thousand downloads per day. (Of just the English version.) According to the update system there are 201 thousand blogs using 2.6 already. That’s […]
Our official WordPress plugin directory now lists some stats at the top, as of right now there are 1,021 active plugins and they’ve gotten 1,597,994 downloads. Wowza!
I’m at An Event Apart in Chicago and Eric Meyer just said that browser statistics were “worse than useless.” More specifically, the only browser share numbers that matter are the one for sites you run, not what the web at large uses. Here’s our browser breakdown from 115 million visits to WordPress.com: 62.46% – Internet […]
There’s been a common argument that sponsored themes are higher quality because they were paid for and removing them from the theme directory will make it suck. While I find this argument insulting to the designers who have put their work out there without sponsorship, and having personally looked at hundreds of them I had […]
I was crazyegging for a few days, here are the results: WordPress.org home page, WordPress.org support, WordPress.com forums, and for fun, the Photo Matt homepage.
Crazy Egg has launched, it’s the tool I used to generate this heatmap of the WP.com front page.
Will blog analytics disrupt the measurement marketplace?