2010 – Where did all my Visitors/Readers come from?My


I always find this interesting – where do all those bored people who read my blog come from? Well, here the breakdown for the period July – December 2010 … I even had a visit from somebody in Greenland – that is seriously cooooool . . . .

United States (US) 2,211
Germany (DE) 665
United Kingdom (GB) 466
Switzerland (CH) 230
Australia (AU) 228
Canada (CA) 212
Netherlands (NL) 188
India (IN) 175
France (FR) 151
Italy (IT) 145
Norway (NO) 100
Sweden (SE) 94
Spain (ES) 88
Singapore (SG) 79
Denmark (DK) 79
Poland (PL) 72
Austria (AT) 58
Belgium (BE) 57
Czech Republic (CZ) 48
Brazil (BR) 48
Russian Federation (RU) 46
Hong Kong (HK) 32
Finland (FI) 31
South Africa (ZA) 30
Japan (JP) 28
New Zealand (NZ) 26
Thailand (TH) 25
Ireland (IE) 24
Barbados (BB) 23
Philippines (PH) 23
Taiwan (TW) 20
Malaysia (MY) 19
Slovenia (SI) 19
Indonesia (ID) 18
Luxembourg (LU) 18
Netherlands Antilles (AN) 15
Iceland (IS) 15
Mexico (MX) 13
Hungary (HU) 12
Romania (RO) 11
Slovakia (SK) 11
Korea, Republic of (KR) 10
Turkey (TR) 10
Argentina (AR) 10
Vietnam (VN) 10
Ukraine (UA) 9
Bahamas (BS) 9
Latvia (LV) 9
Colombia (CO) 8
Saudi Arabia (SA) 8
Costa Rica (CR) 7
Greece (GR) 7
Estonia (EE) 6
Pakistan (PK) 6
Egypt (EG) 6
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BA) 5
United Arab Emirates (AE) 5
Peru (PE) 5
Croatia (HR) 5
Venezuela (VE) 4
Bolivia (BO) 4
Belarus (BY) 4
Chile (CL) 3
Faroe Islands (FO) 3
Moldova, Republic of (MD) 3
Andorra (AD) 3
Qatar (QA) 3
Morocco (MA) 3
Israel (IL) 3
Asia/Pacific Region (AP) 2
Cyprus (CY) 2
Mauritius (MU) 2
Kuwait (KW) 2
Liechtenstein (LI) 2
China (CN) 2
Panama (PA) 2
Bulgaria (BG) 2
Dominican Republic (DO) 2
Portugal (PT) 2
Isle of Man (IM) 1
Lithuania (LT) 1
Greenland (GL) 1
Afghanistan (AF) 1
Nigeria (NG) 1
Sri Lanka (LK) 1
Trinidad and Tobago (TT) 1
Benin (BJ) 1
Ghana (GH) 1
Namibia (NA) 1
New Caledonia (NC) 1
Zimbabwe (ZW) 1
Martinique (MQ) 1
Saint Kitts and Nevis (KN) 1
Georgia (GE) 1
Montenegro (ME) 1
Monaco (MC) 1
Armenia (AM) 1
Tunisia (TN) 1
Bermuda (BM) 1
Iran, Islamic Republic of (IR) 1
Serbia (RS)                                                                                                                         1 

BTW – to my reader(s) from Hawaii – if you invite me, I will come for a visit 😉

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2010: My blog stats in review


The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow.

Crunchy numbers

Featured image

A helper monkey made this abstract painting, inspired by your stats.

A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 10,000 times in 2010. That’s about 24 full 747s.

 

In 2010, there were 90 new posts, not bad for the first year! There were 45 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 11mb. That’s about 4 pictures per month.

The busiest day of the year was August 3rd with 563 views. The most popular post that day was IamLUG: The Best tool you never heard about ….

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were planetlotus.org, dominopower.com, Google Reader, bloglines.com, and dominopoint.it.

Some visitors came searching, mostly for lotus notes 8.5.2 fp1, recovery manager log file is full, domino console commands, 8.5.2 fp1, and victor toal.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.

1

IamLUG: The Best tool you never heard about … August 2010

2

Upgrading Domino 32 bit to 64 bit July 2010

3

Domino 32 bit vs 64 bit – how to decide July 2010
4 comments

4

Domino 32 bit vs 64 bit – what’s the difference? July 2010
4 comments

5

Domino on Linux: Upgrading to Domino 8.5.2 trouble -> FP are the cluprits October 2010
4 comments

More to come soon


Just a short note to explain my erstwhile absence from the blogosphere: The preparation for the CIYP webinar that I gave on Lotus Protector was rather all-consuming int he end and I just could not find the time between that and work to sit down and come up with some of my awesomely well researched blog postings that I like to work on .. but now that I have the webinar behind me I can once more create some great content 🙂

Look for some more postings on Linux and Lotus soon!

IamLUG: What comes next? Consultant in your Pocket


This is a place for a shameless plug: IamLUG is free, you most likely did not come because you are so cheap, free is still to expensive as it includes travel expenses. Or, maybe – if you are lucky, you can deflect blame to your company that they are too cheap. In any case, you are missing out on good education and a chance to learn something new and drink allot in the evening.

So, now you are in the hunt fo the next best thing: free webinars …. enter the “Consultant in your pocket” series.You can sit in front of your computer, wear your fluffy bunny slippers and do not need to shave or brush your teeth – it does not get any better than that.

Here the shameless lug: I will be hosting one of those on Sept. 1st about Lotus Protector. Almost as good as IamLUG – maybe better as you will not have to look at my but only will need to listen.

New Brand, New Blog, New Post ….


First of all: For any of of who have found this newly designed and renamed blog of mine – thanks for visiting! I have been working on re-designing and re-branding my blog for a while and also decided to move it from Domino to WordPress. After that I took a LONG and very necessary brake from any kind of on-line activity as I was in dire need of decompression and relaxation … hence my long absence from blogging or any other kind of on-line activity not immediately connected to work for clients.

I will be adding new and (hopefully) interesting content to this blog from here on forward and hope that my readers will forgive my period of down-time contemplation and bring up my site statistics … 😉

Victor