Website statistics

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Shoreline New Hampshire & Maine

I'm a longtime student of my website statistics; they're interesting, informative, and tell you who's looking at what pages on your website, how long they're staying there, and other valuable information.

About this same time last year my heaviest traffic days were Wednesday & Thursday with a gradual tapering off until Tuesday evening of the following week when visitors would increase.

Oddly, this year I'm finding that Monday & Tuesday are my biggest volume days with a tapering off after Wednesday morning through the week and weekend.

The times have changed too. Previously from around 10:00 AM eastern time until around 3:00 PM in the afternoon with a small spike around 9:00 PM. I'm guessing the 9:00 PM spike is people on the west coast getting home and starting their evening's surfing.

Now the daily rush is from about 1:00 PM until 3:00 but the 9:00 PM spike is still there.

Internet Explorer remains the browser of choice accounting for 84% of my visitors. Firefox has moved up to a 10.3% share with everyone else making up the remain 5% of so. Surprisingly to me, Netscape has fallen to 0.4% of visitors.

What do your website statistics tell you?

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Jim Lee , REALTOR®, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS)

http://JimLee.com  RE/MAX Shoreline

100 Market St., Suite #200, , Portsmouth, NH 03801 Phone: (603) 431-1111 x3801

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Michael Eisenberg
eXp Realty - Bellingham, WA
Bellingham Real Estate Guy
I am not noticing any consistant trends
May 22, 2007 12:34 PM #2
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Mary Ann Ead
South East Arizona Real Estate - Douglas, AZ

hmmm I see tuesday and thursday as the biggest days in my data. I get the lunch time spike and some late night folks but mostly people are looking during work hours. I have recently put in code for google analytics and once it all starts taking hold long enough to give me a heavy body of data I think it is going to be super. I've already seen that 2 different folks in 2 different Hawaii cities have been on my website this week. Love that! I just wish I could reach out and ask them to call or drop me a line.

Sometimes those statistics are addictive.:)

 

May 22, 2007 12:44 PM #3
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Michael Trinchitella
Putnam, Westchester Real Estate - Mahopac, NY
Putnam Westchester Real Estate
Tuesday and Thursday here and it goes hand in hand with what a marketing guy taught me years ago. Make cold calls on Tuesday because Monday no one can be bothered, by Tuesday they are easier to deal with. Wednesday gets busy, Thursday is another lax day so another day for calls. I see the same with people searching on line and when I focus my marketing.
May 22, 2007 12:48 PM #4
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Laura Cerrano
Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island - Locust Valley, NY
Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
I check my stats frequently and it amazes me that for the most part, the days of the week change!  I don't have usual days that I get a higher amount of "hits" then I used to---which, incidentally were also Tuesdays and Thursdays.  It's been since January that I've seen a change and not sure what is causing it.
May 22, 2007 12:59 PM #5
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Eileen Landau
BAIRD & WARNER, NAPERVILLE - Naperville, IL
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Can't see a consistent pattern...just that my daily hits have increased from 30 a day to as high as a 100 a day.

And, I'm getting leads who do give me all their information. And, that's nice.

May 22, 2007 01:33 PM #6
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