These numbers are always so interesting!
Here’s what happened this past year:
|Statistic||Amount in 2014|
|Posts||80 (about one every 5 days)|
|Top Commenter||Jose Maria Claramunt (thanks Jose!). Chitral was 2nd|
|Most Popular Page||Beginner Tutorials|
|Most Popular Chapter||Chapter 1: Write your first trigger|
|Most Popular Post||Example: How to write an Apex trigger|
|Most Commented Post||Step-by-step guide to becoming a Salesforce developer|
|Top Country (by site traffic)||The USA, with 44%. India came in second at 36%.|
|Top City||Bangalore, with 13%. Hyderabad is second with 9%|
|Top Search Engine||Google, with 99% of my search traffic. Bing: 0.004%|
|Top Search Engine Term||“sfdc99” (2nd: “salesforce tutorial”)|
|Top Referrer||Twitter [follow me!]|
|Top Blog Referrer||Advanced Apex|
|Top Exit Page||Guide to passing all Salesforce Certifications|
|Top Exit Destination||Quizlet.com (certification flashcards)|
|Top Browser||Chrome, with 68%. Firefox is second with 16%|
|Top OS||Windows, with 78%. Mac is second with 11%|
|Top Mobile OS||iOS with 55%. Android is second with 41%|
|Top Device||The Apple iPhone, with 29%. iPad is second with 26%|
|Average Page Loading Time||9.21 seconds (ouch!)|
Crossing my fingers for a good 2015!
sfdc99 Rock !!! All the best for 2015..
Nice work. Did you have a post about what kind of Sales Force Developer are you, and most people commented they were like an artist and Sales Force was their medium? I thought I read something like that on the site but I can’t find it now.
You might be talking about this one!
Great stat David, any easy way to produce something like this in blogger.com?
Thanks Johan =)
I got almost all of these stats from Google Analytics actually. Some were from WordPress/Jetpack but there was a lot of overlap as well.
No idea how to use blogger.com but I bet you can integrate Google Analytics with it!