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Posted by christian on Tuesday, March 3, 2009 · No comments

A short visitor analysis for a short month: almost 35,000 pages (as many as in January) got served to over 9,500 visitors (+300) from 108 countries (+4). Growth continues in Northern America, a two-sided article about ffindr in the recently published second issue of informative and glossy Ultimate Canada Magazine will strengthen this trend even more.

The US gained yet another five per cents of the visitor's origin cake. No further upsets on the remaining spots, with Poland replacing Ireland on the tenth position.

  1. United States 26.20% (1. with 21.02% in January)
  2. France 15.15% (2. with 14.57%)
  3. Germany 11.53% (3. with 12.67%)
  4. United Kingdom 7.35% (4. with 8.54%)
  5. Canada 3.22% (8. with 3.25%)
  6. Spain 2.96% (6. with 3.36%)
  7. Belgium 2.85% (9. with 3.11%)
  8. Switzerland 2.65% (5. with 3.43%)
  9. Italy 2.62% (7. with 3.30%)
  10. Poland 2.37% (12. with 2.14%)

After an all European city top ten in January, three cities from the Americas entered in February: New York with its first time appearance in the top 10 jumped right behind the inseparable troika Paris-London-Dublin; and Atlanta and Bogotá returned.

  1. Paris 6.68% (1. with 6.60% in January)
  2. London 2.19% (2. with 2.57%)
  3. Dublin 1.37% (3. with 2.09%)
  4. New York 1.22% (22. with 0.56%)
  5. Vienna 1.21% (5. with 1.52%)
  6. Berlin 1.19% (4. with 1.86%)
  7. Warsaw 1.18% (7. with 1.16%)
  8. Zurich 0.99% (6. with 1.39%)
  9. Atlanta 0.81% (120. with 0.15%)
  10. Bogotá 0.74% (15. with 0.65%)

And now to a new section in this monthly reporting: the top visited tournaments on ffindr in February:

  1. Trouble in Vegas 2009 (363 views)
  2. Queen City Tune Up 2009 (202)
  3. Paganello 2009: Alea Iacta Est! (197)
  4. Fogassa 2009 (189)
  5. Windmill Windup Amsterdam 2009 (126)
  6. 20th Talampaya Coed & Open Challenge (124)
  7. Bibione 2009 (123)
  8. WD40 Spring Lube 2009 (117)
  9. eXtended European Ultimate Championship Final 2009 (113)
  10. Disco Inferno 2009 (106)

No exciting news concerning development work, things advance as usual. I plan to make a minor update during March, including an improved text area for content submission and a bunch of corrections and ameliorations.

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