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Monday Brings Visitors in Quite a Flurry, Friday’s are in No Hurry

By Jessica Albon

Screenshot of web traffic

Screenshot of web traffic from Google Analytics

Monday’s child is fair of face.
Tuesday’s child is full of grace.

Monday’s Child

I was just viewing my Analytics and found something really curious. Monday brings a flurry of visitors (both new and returning), while Friday’s visitors stay longer than any other day.

The site’s still too new to draw any real conclusions from this, but as it’s Friday, and it looks like visitors today have more time to linger, I thought a poem might be rather appropriate.

Monday’s visitors come in quite a flurry
Tuesday’s visitors are likely to scurry*
Wednesday’s visitors stay at home for hours
Thursday’s visitors prove links have all the powers**
Friday’s visitors browse all afternoon
Saturday’s visitors seek loons dancing on the moon
Only Sunday sees too few visitors to draw conclusions
Regardless of day of visit, I adore my visitors with no exclusions

* (visit lots of pages in a short time)
** (this is my most visited day from other people’s sites)
***(okay, so no one’s arrived looking for exactly that phrase, but Saturday sees the highest number of unexpected keyword phrases)

Your turn–what sorts of trends have you noticed in your web traffic? Anything particularly poetical?

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