Web stats are fun.

Thanks largely to the mytreo.net article, Honeybowtie.com received triple its average number of unique visitors in October, using something like four times the normal bandwidth. Wow.

The next-most voluminous referrer, though, is http://www.polyamory.org/SF/poly-folks.html, and has been for some time. I would never have guessed that so many people would click on my name, midway down the list, out of all those names on that page. Weird. And then they probably think they ended up in the wrong place. Maybe I should have that changed that to point to my LiveJournal user profile. That would probably be a more useful landing place for someone looking for poly and poly-friendly people.

Someone actually ended up on honeybowtie.com after searching for “gpyoua42yb5xz3jp”. Someone else ended up there by searching for “k&k flowers chicago”. You’d think they’d have been able to tell from the title “Honey Bowtie Music” in their search results that we’re not a florist web site.

A fairly steady stream of people wander onto our site by looking for information on the producers, studios, and demo singers we’ve worked with. I’m going to think about how to play that up, because that’s the kind of traffic we want.

Observations from my web site stats

2 thoughts on “Observations from my web site stats

  • November 12, 2006 at 6:50 pm

    Google sez:

    “Your search – gpyoua42yb5xz3jp – did not match any documents.”



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