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ThinkGenealogy – Anniversary #1

Tuesday, 15 Jul 2008 | by Mark Tucker

On July 19, 2007, I made my first blog post at ThinkGenealogy.com.  This Saturday will be the 1 year anniversary.  This has been a great experience so far and I am pleased that so many have stopped by to both read and contribute. 

Since this blog would be nothing without its readers, I’ve decided to share my site statistics that show just how many people are thinking about genealogy. 

My web host uses AWStats to track site statistics and below you can see the first year report:

AWStats Report for ThinkGenealogy.com (Aug 2007 to July 2008)

Although somewhat useful, I definately prefer the experience I get with Google Analytics.  I didn’t get Analytics set up on the site until May 17, 2008, but here is my dashboard since then:

Google Analytics Report

Note that the week of June 17 I was on vacation and the blog went down which results in the low number of visits for those six days.

The following countries have over 100 visits:

  • United States – 1,833
  • Canada – 127
  • United Kingdom – 119
  • Netherlands – 111
  • Australia – 104

In the United States, there are visitors from each of the 50 states as well as the Washington D.C.:

 Google Analytics Map Report

So far, this site is most popular in California and Texas.

The top 10 posts for the last two months are:

  1. Genealogy Research Map
  2. ThinkGenealogy Mission Statement – Draft #1
  3. Family Tree Maker 2008 is ready for future, built with Microsoft technology
  4. ProGen Study Group #1
  5. Genealogy Magazines at Barnes & Noble Online Newsstand?
  6. What if Genealogy had a TED Conference?
  7. ProGen Study Group #3
  8. 10 Things Genealogy Software Should Do
  9. ProGen Study Group #2
  10. Genealogy Research Process Map – Desktop Wallpaper

I am looking forward to another year of thinking about genealogy and innovation with others in the genealogy software community.

Thank you!

2 Comments »

  1. Congratulations on your first anniversary and many more to come!

    On Saturday, July 19, you will no longer be a blogling.

    footnoteMaven

    Comment by footnoteMaven — 15 Jul 2008 @ 11:11 am

  2. Hello Mark!

    This is really an insightful and motivational blog! HAPPY ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! I had just discovered your blog last night and could not wait until this morning to finish reading each posting. I like the way your ProGen study group select two chapters to study and how you not only mention the practical assignments, but share your own. Looking forward to your next posting.

    Comment by Allen McClain — 16 Jul 2008 @ 6:18 am

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