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Let me start out by saying “Thank you!” to everyone who has visited A LEGO A Day.  This journey has been very rewarding for me in many ways.  It’s forced me to get back into LEGO.  To build, and to create.  It’s allowed me to connect with a lot of great people.  And I’ve learned a LOT about WordPress and the interwebs in general.

Are you a numbers geek like me?  If not, this post won’t really do much for you.  If you are, you might find it interesting.

A LEGO a Day officially launched on June 1, 2012*.  All the statistics I will present here are from 6/1/2012 – 12/31/2012

Number of posts: 209

Most viewed pages:

  1. A LEGO A Day home page
  2. New Lego train coming in 2013 -10233 Horizon Express
  3. 2013 LEGO Star Wars sets revealed
  4. Flickr Find – Lego castle city
  5. Flickr Find – Lego pirate ship
  6. 2013 LEGO sets revealed!
  7. Lego Winter Village Cottage 10229 revealed
  8. Flickr Finds
  9. LEGO posts
  10. 2013 LEGO Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pics

Total visitors: 17,200

Mobile visits: 15%

Top mobile platforms:

  1. iPad (45%)
  2. iPhone (28%)
  3. iPod (14%)

Unique visitors: 14,600

Returning visitors: 15%

Page views: 37,700

Pages per visit: 2

Highest number of visits in a single day: 822 (12/14)

Page views at the end of each month:

  1. June – 259
  2. July – 960
  3. August – 2854
  4. September – 5920
  5. October – 11434
  6. November – 19100
  7. December – 32767

Visitors at the end of each month:

  1. June – 147
  2. July – 444
  3. August – 1411
  4. September – 2880
  5. October – 5748
  6. November – 9647
  7. December – 17201
Page view milestones:
  1. 100 – 6/8
  2. 500 – 7/16
  3. 1000 – 8/2
  4. 2500 – 8/28
  5. 5000 – 9/23
  6. 10000 – 10/25
  7. 25000 – 12/14
Visitor milestones:
  1. 100 – 6/27
  2. 500 – 8/3
  3. 1000 – 8/20
  4. 2500 – 9/24
  5. 5000 – 10/24
  6. 10000 – 12/2

Visitors from 114 countries

Top 10 countries:

  1. United States (40%)
  2. United Kingdom (9%)
  3. Canada (5%)
  4. Germany
  5. Australia
  6. France
  7. Netherlands
  8. Italy
  9. Poland
  10. Hungary

Top 3 browsers:

  1. Chrome (31%)
  2. Firefox (27%)
  3. Safari (18%)
And interestingly, the search function on A LEGO A Day has never been used.  Not even once. o.0

* the first recorded traffic came to A LEGO A Day on April 30, 2012.  I also had some hits here and there in May 2012.  I think most of that was me tinkering with things, and getting the site ready.  Some was legitimate traffic though.

I am an Adult Fan of LEGO (AFOL) and an active member of the Michigan LEGO User Group (MichLUG). I have loved LEGO for as long as I can remember. I am currently working on the following models:
– UCS Millenium Falcon
– Emmett’s Apartment Building
– Gringott’s Bank

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