10 sources of brilliantdays traffic – Thanks!

Darren Rowse says “…thanking some of the sites that have sent me traffic in the last 6 months.” Great idea. I picking up on this one.

So here are the ones that have sent the most traffic to brilliantdays.com since September 2005 (search engines, social bookmarking, corporate sites, forums and directories NOT included).

Eirikso.com
Aharef
Presentation Zen
StyleMac
Eric Mack On-Line

Adam Rice
Thomas Hawk’s Digital Connection
sugarfused.net
Kevin Lim
Paul Stamatiou

Thanks people!

I also have picked out a two articles I recommend:

What is good PowerPoint design? on Presentation Zen
How to make illustrations even if you can’t draw on Eirikso.com

Who are your major sources for traffic?

My site gets 60% of the traffic from referrers, 20% from searches and 20% direct. What’s your numbers?

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  • http://paulstamatiou.com Paul Stamatiou

    Hahah, and I bet all of that was just from your comments on my site. =)

  • http://paulstamatiou.com Paul Stamatiou

    Hahah, and I bet all of that was just from your comments on my site. =)

  • http://www.brilliantdays.com Oyvind

    Yes, it was Paul. =) Imagine that you never have linked to me? I guess I have to write something really good pretty soon. Give me some time to think about this.

    I must add that it was about 100 hits, and quite a bit down the list. Most of my hits comes from Google, forums and social sites.

  • http://www.brilliantdays.com Oyvind

    Yes, it was Paul. =) Imagine that you never have linked to me? I guess I have to write something really good pretty soon. Give me some time to think about this.

    I must add that it was about 100 hits, and quite a bit down the list. Most of my hits comes from Google, forums and social sites.

  • http://theory.isthereason.com Kevin

    I might have listed some of your posts in my links, but I did remember working with you on that fitness microformat concept. From my web stats, I think I get a pretty even mix of traffic from referrers (e.g. trackbacks), searches (esp. google, technorati) and direct (those who just can’t hop on the RSS bandwagon). Referrers are best though, since they engage in conversation on a particular topic I’m interested in, rather than merely stumbling on my blog.

  • http://theory.isthereason.com Kevin

    I might have listed some of your posts in my links, but I did remember working with you on that fitness microformat concept. From my web stats, I think I get a pretty even mix of traffic from referrers (e.g. trackbacks), searches (esp. google, technorati) and direct (those who just can’t hop on the RSS bandwagon). Referrers are best though, since they engage in conversation on a particular topic I’m interested in, rather than merely stumbling on my blog.

  • http://www.brilliantdays.com Oyvind

    I think most of the traffic from you came from the article about RSS in Safari, and also some from the blogroll.

    I’m still working on the training data format, and I have got some valuable feedback from people.

  • http://www.brilliantdays.com Oyvind

    I think most of the traffic from you came from the article about RSS in Safari, and also some from the blogroll.

    I’m still working on the training data format, and I have got some valuable feedback from people.

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  • Sexy Sadie

    Hvorfor vil du vite hvilke sider dine gjester kommer fra?

  • Sexy Sadie

    Hvorfor vil du vite hvilke sider dine gjester kommer fra?

  • http://www.brilliantdays.com Oyvind

    Sexy Sadie asks (in Norwegian) why I want to know where my readers come from. Why wouldn’t I? I would like to see who links to me, what they’re writing about this site, and in what context they’re putting links to my site.

    Any others who have other reasons?

  • http://www.brilliantdays.com Oyvind

    Sexy Sadie asks (in Norwegian) why I want to know where my readers come from. Why wouldn’t I? I would like to see who links to me, what they’re writing about this site, and in what context they’re putting links to my site.

    Any others who have other reasons?

  • http://twitter.com/freepowerpoint Free Powerpoint

    Hi, thank you for providing these sources. I think it is a good idea to share with your readers what are the best sources for traffic. We want to do something similar, but can please suggest how did you do to determine the source of traffic? Thanks!
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