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. It's really quite addicting to look at. Because it is interesting, I show some of the statistics below. 

The statistics are broken into groups 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 0.67 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 2011 - Jan 1, 2012: I migrated my website from Googlepages to Googlesites in June 2011. The statistics in this block (June 2011-Jan 1, 2012) represent 7 months so the values must be multiplied by 1.7 to be comparable to a year-long block. 
  • Jan 1, 2012 - Jan 1, 2013: I decided to start presenting my Google Analytics statistics in year-long blocks. This represents the first year-long block.
  • Jan 1, 2013 - Jan 1, 2014: This represents the second year-long block.

Jun 2006 - Sept 2009
Sept 2009 - Mar 2011
Jun 2011 - Jan 1, 2012
Jan 1, 2012 - Jan 1, 2013
Jan 1, 2013 - Jan 1, 2014
General visitor stats: total visits, unique visitors, pageviews, time on site, traffic sources, etc.
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Which pages on my website are the most popular?
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Where do my visitors live?
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