It’s been a while since we gave you a batch of site stats for Robbed in Barcelona.
It’s been a busy few weeks, since the start of October, so here’s what’s been happening.
Busiest day of the month – and our busiest day ever – was October 14th, we had 1,590 unique visitors. That’s 1,590 separate people, in 24 hours. That’s a lot of eyeballs.
We’ve had four 1,000+ visitor days in October (so far), which means we’ve had four of our six busiest days ever in the last 14 days.
Overall, so far in October, we’ve had 8,689 visitors. They looked at 37,646 pages. That’s 2,689 pages a day viewed, or 4.3 pages per visitor.
Most visitors came from Spain, 13090 pages; followed by Ireland with 6050 pages and then the UK with 5,910, with the US following-up thereafter with 5,128. The five countries thereafter were Germany, Greece, Japan, Canada and France.
The most-read story of the month so far was “Open Letter to Irish Fans in Barcelona for Andorra v Ireland Euro 2012 Qualifer” with 2093 visitors.
Next was “Dress to Impress Your Robber, Ten Tips” with 2046 visitors. Thereafter “Local Poet Killed for a Bicycle” with 1103 visitors, and “Guest Post: Gone in Six Seconds” with 1028 visitors. Biggest referrers were, in order, Google, Facebook, thescore.thejournal.ie, TypicallySpanish.com, Meneame.net, Spaniaavisen.no, abc.es, ybig.ie and tripadvisor.co.uk.
Not a bad month. Thanks for visiting. Thanks for keeping us relevant. Thanks for helping us spread the word.