Web site report:
|Number of Visits||444||925||864||898||816||1,099|
|Pages Served Out||3,026||3,632||2,543||2,796||6,846||3,977|
|Bandwidth (MB) Used||130.88||111.66||101.56||120.64||171.39||194.09|
Growth (month over month)
|Number of Visits||*||108%||-7%||4%||-9%||35%|
|Pages Served Out||*||20%||-29%||10%||145%||-42%|
|Bandwidth (MB) Used||*||-15%||-9%||19%||42%||13%|
Best guess from these statistics is that a seasonal slowdown was in effect through Summer months, but growth is again surging in September.
The apparent attack in late August, where it appears the entire site was slurped in a short period of time, distorts the percentage volume changes for August and September. A gross adjustment for this suggests that bandwidth used increased about 30% from Jul to Aug, and 30% from Aug to Sep.
There appears to be a healthy amount of growth. There are no signs of problems with the web site.
Sources and Back Links
No new or unusual activity with these. We have a presence on Google, Bing, Yahoo and Witchvox which are each sending a few visitors our way.
Most Popular Pages
These are in order
Notes of our first business meeting that are recorded on the wiki. I have no idea why this is so popular.
The Calendar. There is no way to tell whether the text listing or the Google calendar is seeing the most use. I suggest that we try to maintain both (although it does mean duplicating the work)
The “About Lyceum” page
General descriptions of studies. Since this is popular, perhaps it should be better developed.
Business Matters page. This has links to bylaws, minutes of meetings, the Directors. It is intended to also have links to “Our Elders” and to a “Policy and Procedure” manual. Those are not yet in place. Maybe they are unnecessary?
The web site is healthy. There is now enough feedback to begin to see what visitors are using, and this can guide further development.
The current plan is to do some major revision of the web site after the Board Retreat in November, and before any ordination activities begin, which would probably be after Imbolc at the earliest.