Hey, it is already December. November was an animated month for FFindr: 6 blog posts, a new logo, Twitter integration into event/team pages, WJUC 2010 partnership, IFDA Interview, ...
18,259 Visits and 50,257 Pageviews for November from 127 different countries are only little behind the records set in October (about -3%, while considering that November has a day less), with once again more than 50k delivered pages.
By the way, the majority of FFindr users browses the web with Firefox (44%), followed by Internet Explorer (35%, whereas the evil version 6 only sums up to a total of 7% of the Visits) and Safari (11%), with Google Chrome (6%) and Opera (2%) behind. The operating systems of choice are Windows (80%), Apple OS X (15%) and Linux (3%), with the iPhone of 0.6% of the share (at the moment slightly more than 100 people per month, I wonder how this would change with a decent iPhone version...).
Here are the top ten countries of origin of FFindr's visitors. No major upsets with Switzerland replacing Belgium compared to the previous month.
Here's the top ten for Visits by city, with remarkable improvements of Vienna, Zurich, Nuremberg and Medellin (host of Torneo Eterna Primavera 2009).
The top visited tournaments on FFindr during November nicely show what people are interested in: the recent eternal Spring highlight in South America, next year's Club Worlds in Prague plus Paganello 2010 (it finally comes closer, 15.679.699 seconds to go). In addition the list features three events that take advantage of the free online registration via FFindr (if you're working on a tournament I recommend to get this troublesome task done by FFindr too).