All the fireworks: As You Were’s 2012 stats

If you’re a nerd like me, you can’t get enough of infographics and stats. (This doesn’t, by the way, mean I understand Google Analytics any better than you. Probably less.)

So I was a bit disappointed when I got a year-in-review animated report from WordPress.com on my blog — which only included data from my time hosted on their site. All the data and stats from when I moved to a self-hosted site in May were not included, so for the WordPress.com report to be all rah-rah about my meagre posts and hits for the few months I was with them was a bit anticlimactic.

I was quite happy, then , to see a separate report generated from my Jetpack stats from my WordPress.org version of As You Were on my self-hosted site.  Far more impressive, even if it excluded all the data from the earlier WordPress.com version!  Nuts. Well, maybe by the end of 2013 I’ll have a nice, unified animated report.

I realize I’ve lost nearly all of you by this point, and only the data and stats nerds have hung around. You lucky dogs, you: you can take a gander at my 2012 report right here.

 

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9 thoughts on “All the fireworks: As You Were’s 2012 stats

  1. Scrolling down through a WordPress year-in-review report is slower than Christmas, but it was worth it to discover I was the most active commenter on your blog of late. I knew I’d been having fun! 🙂 Rock on.

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