My itty-bitty portfolio website traffic is almost all new visitors from Brazil. I don't have anything on my portfolio that would appeal to Brazilians. What is going on? Should I be worried? [more inside]
How many data packets are transmitted (within a certain period of time) across the Internet? [more inside]
Popular Forums on Statistics and Quantitative Research? [more inside]
Help me try and figure out how many times my podcast is being downloaded. I have requests, unique hosts, bytes downloaded, etc. but while I understand what each mean individually, I'm not sure which to "trust". [more inside]
At what point in history did the majority of Americans have Internet access of some form? [more inside]
How would you estimate the number of web servers that a country uses? According to Gartner and IDC, about 8-9 million servers are shipped in a year (2007) -- but how does that break down by country? [more inside]
What are people actually doing on the internet? [more inside]
Where can I find statistics on search behaviors of internet users? For example, how many searches are done each day on average? how many searches are done each day? what percentage of users searches on Google? how often does a search converts to a sale? etc.
Why do I have so many referrer entries for www.example.com in the web stats for my site? [more inside]
Where can I find stats for general web usage? Mostly we're interested in knowing the approximate percentages of the nation's/world's web browsing environment. We track it for our own site, but I'd like to know how we compare to the web as a whole.
I have searched and searched in vain: Is there anywhere I can get browser stats that tell me the OS and the browsers as a percentage (instead of one or the other)? Alternatively, is there anywhere I can find browsers -- including sub-releases (5.0, 5.1, etc) -- as a percentage? [more inside]