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2017 is over! It’s time for some graphs and numbers, looking back at the blog’s stats for 2017.
Overall I had 13,934 views and 10,189 visitors.
These were the top posts:
The orange line means that these posts were written in 2017. What I find remarkable:
- the top post has twice the views compared to the second entry, which is actually not a post but the homepage of the blog
- the post about the smashing dashboard is probably from people trying to repair an actual broken physical dashboard of some sort 🙂
ASP.NETposts are inexplicably top on the list still
These were the top countries:
Greece is not in the top 10, I didn’t expect that 🙂
Most people stumble upon the blog through search engines:
and from these it’s the social networks I share my posts on.
There are some referrers from a site called kubeweekly.com which mentioned my CD with Helm series in their weekly Kubernetes updates. I was definitely happy that someone other than me read these posts for a change 🙂
Drilling down the search engines, Google is the winner:
I don’t have insight to the search terms because Google is encrypting them for privacy reasons, according to WordPress.
Best of wishes for 2018 and I hope to find something interesting to blog about in the next year too!