So my friend Liza is winding up her blog, and in (one of) her last post(s), she went all statistical, sharing some tidbits from Google Analytics about her blog, and her readers’ surfing habits. I was intrigued – not so much by the raw viewership numbers (if you’re curious, mine consistently were about 1/4 of hers at her peak), but in the information in Google Analytics about what people read, what they don’t read, where they come from to get here, and where they go upon leaving. So here are a few interesting (to me, at least) tidbits:
Most popular posts/pages
Lilly cums for us
Cum for me 2
This is what you’ll do for me
- These two links actually are to families of pages – the first, a collection of posts about my history, and the second, a bunch of lovely ladies’ orgasms.
Greatest sources of referrals (where people come to my blog from)
Always Each Other (Liza’s blog)
Wanton Wednesday (now defunct)
Most popular exit pages (where people leave my blog to go)
My tumblr page
Always Each Other
Girl on the Net
Maggie McNeill (The Honest Courtesan)
Quickies in New York
Most popular search terms leading to my blog
My Dissolute Life (surprise surprise)
Cum on me
Let me fuck your wife
Countries in which I have the most readers
Australia (no surprise on these first four, given the language in which I write)
Cities in which I have the most readers
Are there other questions you have about my stats? I’ll be glad to answer them, if I can…. I find this stuff all crazily interesting.
I love the sound of orgasm in the morning.
Or the evening. Or the afternoon. Or the night. Or maybe in the early mid late early morning.
But never at dusk…. (Sorry – a little inside joke with Steve Martin fans.)
“I used to smoke marijuana. But I’ll tell you something: I would only smoke it in the late evening. Oh, occasionally the early evening, but usually the late evening – or the mid-evening. Just the early evening, midevening and late evening. Occasionally, early afternoon, early midafternoon, or perhaps the late-midafternoon. Oh, sometimes the early-mid-late-early morning. . . . But never at dusk.” – Steve Martin