Posted by Flick
So we have had this year 52,360 unique visitors, this may not seem much for 8 months work. However consider that we haven’t one bit paid for any advertising on FlickCabin.com, which reflects as to why we have a ’small’ number of unique visitors. Though the thing is, this month we have recieved around 1,000 unique visitors per day, as in total each day we have recieved up to now 1,000 or more unique visitors. If this trend of UV’s stays like this (UV= Unique visitors) then we could earn ourselves a hefty 30,000 uniques visitors per month and this all without paying a penny to advertise. I don’t even want to stop there, so I will be utilizing paid advertisements to advertise FlickCabin.com on places like namepros.com and perhaps webhostingtalk if they allow advertisements such as this website and the free service that it provides.
So lets see some more statistics!:
So most of our traffic comes from the United States, followed by China, the percentage in terms of traffic mostly comes from the US as I mostly do a little advertising on forums which seems most users come from the United States/United Kingdom and even Canada. However I have seen Chinese images uploaded and I’m glad people from China are using the FlickCabin.com service and I hope the download/upload speeds are fast for them. However I am surprised at how so little UK users use FlickCabin however it’s no problem, as I come from the UK and it just adds a little variety to the images uploaded to FlickCabin.
Here is another statistic:
The above image shows a lot of sinners, infact a majority of sinners using Internet Explorer! Around 67% of users who visit FlickCabin.com apparently are using Internet Explorer. I’ve just checked the site on IE6 and thank god it looks alright. - However there is one error in IE6 as it shows the ‘Quick Login’ as if it were double layered per feild of login; such a shame.
Lastly, gif type images seem to be the most prominent in giving out the most bandwidth consumption. Throughout this month, gif images have used over 19GB of bandwidth and jpeg images have only used 9GB however PNG images are just below 1GB of bandwidth consumption.
Just to give you more of an insight on bandwidth and traffic consumption/information.
- Keep Flicking!