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EServer Technical Communication
Library: Recent Readership

Statistics about EServer TC Library readership since January 1, 2006,
not the statistics for the entire EServer (those are here)
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  4,067.43 days from 01/01/06 at 12:00AM to 02/19/17 at 10:22AM - Calculated 02/19/17 at 10:22AM  

EServer Readership Reports: Recent Usage

Overview for Technical Communication Library
How have visits to my site changed over time?

Week   Month   Quarter   Year   Years   All Time  
*Sources of Visitors 
*Popular Content 
*Visitor Demographics 
*Site Design and Planning 
*Improving Site Usability 
*Fixing Site Problems 
*Bandwidth Usage 
*Other Details 
*Program Status 
*Menu of Reports 
Where do my visitors come from? 
   22.11%    Referring Domains
   73.67%    Search Engines
   0.00%    Campaigns
   2.79%    Hijacked Graphics
   1.42%    Failed Referrers
Referring Domains
How many visits has my site had?
Visits Bytes
   Total (4,067.43 days)    53,715,793    7,251.0G
   Peak on 04/11/16    17,841   
   Peak on 04/21/16    2,551.7M
   Average    13,206 1,825.5M
   Recent Average    9,945    498.56M
Average    402,793    55,678M
Recent Average    303,296    15,206M
    February 2017    180,448    9,091M   
    January 2017    330,898    14,885M   
    December 2016    168,397    10,481M   
Monthly Averages
    Monthly    Average        Recent   
    Visits    402,793    down    303,296   
    Bytes    55,678M    downdowndown    15,206M   
    Pages    2,204,567    downdowndown    640,061   
    Hits    3,246,821    downdown    1,362,921   
    Goal Ones    489    downdown    226   
    $ Value    -16,209.77    same    625,627.96   
    Errors    76,242    upup    69,697   
Where can I look for more information?

This is a brief overview of the 150-page detailed report generated
hourly for members of the TC Library's advisory and editorial boards.
Our (internal) data complement Alexa/Amazon's analysis of our web
which allow users to compare our popularity against other sites'
(and to conclude that we're the most popular technical communication website).
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