JHVA weblog in 2011 – review


 

Wie im letzten Jahr, bietet wordpress auch diesesmal wieder eine statitische Auswertung, erneut mit dem Maßstab des MSG in NYC, der uns als Jüdisch Historischer Verein Augsburg, der allenfalls mal Vorträge vor 100 Leuten oder Führungen mit bis zu 40 Leuten vornimmt, etwas eigenartig anmutet – however :

Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 67,000 times in 2011 (63.000 in 2010). If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

In 2011, there were 123 new posts (117 in 2010), growing the total archive of this blog to 428 posts. There were 442 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 315mb. That’s about a picture per day.

The busiest day of the year was May 9th with 539 views. The most popular post that day was Gratulation dem FC Augsburg zum Aufstieg in die Bundesliga 1. 😉

Surprise, surprise

Mele, MANY THANKS to WordPress.Com🙂

 

– some further details:

The 10 top referring sites in 2011 were:

1. Alemannia Judaica 413 times

2.  Wikipedia 147 times

3. facebook 117 times

4. Jewish Gen org 87 times

5. daz Augsburg 78 times😉

6. vvn Augsburg 47 times

7. Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum www.ojm.at 43 times

8. Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte www.hdgb.de 33 times

9. Jewish Genealogy in Bavarian Swabia www.jgbs.ord 29 times

10. ilifa  27 times

 

Furthermore in 2011 some 5254 search engines referred to our weblog

1. Google, 2. Bing, 3. Yahoo, 4. AOL, 5. ICQ, 6. Ask Com, 7. Google Mobile, 8. Yandex, 10. Walla

Top 10 of requested search terms in 2011: Mietek Pemper (515); Augsburg; Synagogue; Jewish Cemetery; Lauchoudisch, Tipsiles; אוגסבורג; Talmud; Pfersee; JHVA (124);

The two best read articles however were „Juden und Jüdisches auf Deutsch gesagt“  (737 times) and „Lachoudisch – Reste jüdischer Sprache aus Schopfloch“  (442)

Our readers in 2011 were from

1. Deutschland 23 %

2. USA 22 %

3. Israel 17 %

4. Österreich / Austria 9 %

5.  UK 7 %

6. Canada 4 %; 7. Australia 3 %; 8. Swiss 2 %; 9. South Africa 2;

10. Australia, Brazil, Egypt, France, Argentina, Mexico, India, NZL, Columbia, Belgium, Namibia

There were some 120 comments here (askimet filtered out some 1400 spam – entries) and a number of 289 emails with requests of  all kind arrived us via email

MANY THANKS to our readers all over the world

 

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