Tuesday, 30 November, 2004

Web Site Reports

Internet Explorer continues to lose ground to Firefox and other browsers, at least on my site.  Since August, IE's share has dropped from 74.7% of visits to 66.4%.  The interesting thing to me is that most of the difference isn't in Firefox (which went from 11.3% to 12.0%), but in Netscape and "unknown."  Netscape was down in the noise until November.  Mozilla has  been in the 2.5% to 8% range.  "Unknown" seems to be in the 7.5% to 9.0% range.  Opera, Konqueror, and others each make up less than 2% of the total.

There hasn't been much change in the most popular search terms for my site.  TriTryst, Marine Military Academy, Windows Help, and Cab compression all made the top ten.  I was surprised by the number of search hits on "Thanksgiving beer" and "deer overpopulation."

There are some notable one-time search hits: