Google Analytics allows me to track almost any conceivable statistic regarding the traffic on my website. For any range of time, Google Analytics quantifies unique visitors, total visitors, average length of time on site, average number of pageviews, traffic on specific pages, traffic from specific cities or states or countries, etc. Because it is interesting, I show some of the statistics below. 

The statistics are broken into blocks of time representing the various stages of my website:
  • Jun 2006 - Sept 2009: I began my website in June 2006, using Googlepages. I did not set up Google Analytics until Sept 2009, so there is no visitor tracking data for the first few years of my website.
  • Sept 2009 - Mar 2011: I set up Google Analytics in Sept 2009. I established this "Websites Statistics" page in March 2011. The statistics in this block (Sept 2009-March 2011) represent 18 months, so the values be multiplied by 12/18 to be comparable to a year-long block. Note that no data is shown for the 3-month period between March 2011 and June 2011.
  • Jun - Dec 31, 2011: I migrated my website from Googlepages to Googlesites in June 2011. The statistics in this block represent 7 months so the values must be multiplied by 1.7 (≈12/7) to be comparable to a year-long block. 
  • Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2012: This represents my website statistics for 2012.
  • Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2013: This represents my website statistics for 2013.
  • Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2014: This represents my website statistics for 2014.
  • Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015: This represents my website statistics for 2015.
  • Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2016: This represents my website statistics for 2016.
  • Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2017: This represents my website statistics for 2017.
  • Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2018: This represents my website statistics for 2018.
  • Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2019: This represents my website statistics for 2019.

Reverse chronological order
Year
(most recent first)
Unique users per year
Pageviews per year
Most popular pages
(excluding main landing pages)
Where do my viewers live?
(percent is of total viewers from all countries)
Jan 1 - Dec 31,
2019
60,562 171,174
1. Washington (32.6%)
2. California (12.2%)
3. British Columbia (9.5%)
4. Colorado (5.2%)
5. Oregon (4.7%)
6. Alberta (3.2%)
7-17. Utah, Texas, New York, United Kingdom, Illinois, Ontario, Virginia, Nevada, Montana, Germany, Australia (1-2% each)
Jan 1 - Dec 31,
2018
51,378 160,285
1. Washington (33.2%)
2. California (11.7%)
3. British Columbia (7.8%)
4. Oregon (5.1%)
5. Colorado (3.7%)
6. Alberta (2.2%)
7-15. Utah, United Kingdom, New York, Texas, Virginia, France, Ontario, Montana, Illinois, Australia, Germany (1-2% each)
Jan 1 - Dec 31,
2017
44,266 143,375
1. Washington (34.4%)
2. California (11.4%)
3. British Columbia (7.2%)
4. Oregon (5.4%)
5. Colorado (3.2%)
6-17. Texas, Utah, Alberta, New York, United Kingdom, Illinois, Florida, Idaho, Ontario, Australia, Germany, France (~1-2% each)
Jan 1 - Dec 31,
2016
45,391 133,124
no data
Jan 1 - Dec 31,
2015
49,019 143,601
no data
Jan 1 - Dec 31,
2014
46,767 133,386
no data
Jan 1 - Dec 31,
2013
44,062 125,058
no data
Jan 1 - Dec 31,
2012
31,549 104,914
no data
Jun - Dec 31,
2011
(7 months)
22,521
(scaled to be per year)
96,658
(scaled to be per year)
no data
Sept 2009 
to 
Mar 2011
(1.5 years)
21,814
(scaled to be per year)
95,430 
(scaled to be per year)
no data
Jun 2006
to
Sept
2009
no data no data no data no data
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