What does ‘Your site’ mean?

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  • #1728

    drhaisook
    Member

    I really like the ‘Blog Stats’ thing, but there’s something I don’t understand. Under ‘Referrers’ are listed the websites people came to my blog from, but there is also this:

    ‘Your site’

    and it always has the greatest number.
    So.. what does it mean?

    #2015

    donncha
    Staff

    Probably people clicking around inside your blog.

    #2027

    linux
    Member

    Don’t know why but i am going down on traffic quite fast :(

    #2032

    drmike
    Member

    Don’t know why but i am going down on traffic quite fast :(

    Too many Windows users on the ‘net? :)

    My traffic is up and down each day. I find a lot of traffic directed to my site when I make comments (decent comments, mind you) at other people’s sites.

    #2060

    drhaisook
    Member

    — Probably people clicking around inside your blog. —

    Are you sure? I need to know!

    #2066

    iansuri
    Member

    No, it ust means people directly clicking into your blog, like from a bookmark they kept.

    And as far as traffic, I just recently became a visited site, you may have seen me on the top 10 for the past fe ays on the main page, wordpress.com, and I know, even though for the most part, My traffic is going down, it’s mostly going up, so chillax about the traffic.

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    #2076

    drmike
    Member

    And as far as traffic, I just recently became a visited site, you may have seen me on the top 10 for the past fe ays on the main page, wordpress.com, and I know, even though for the most part, My traffic is going down, it’s mostly going up, so chillax about the traffic.

    Actually those show up as being a referral from someone else’s wp-admin subdirectory.

    For example:

    [removed].wordpress.com/wp-admin

    is what I see within my own logs.

    I’d vote for internal links as well. From clicking on the headers on your home page into an article page. Also the “previous posts” links along the bottom.

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