Google Analytics — May 2017

The year is almost halfway; here are the results of May:

We didn't break the March record, but people stay longer on the site, view more pages, and the bounce rate is lower:

Google Analytics — April 2017

With some delay, I bring you the Analytics results of April:

After breaking all records in March, we are back to more normal numbers (although they are still great):

Google Analytics - March 2017

A new month brings a new analytics report, and it's a great one:

Every record has been broken:

Google Analytics - February 2017

This year, we've started experimenting with some social media tools, as well as with some other programs that could drive extra traffic to our web site. You can see the results of some of those actions in our Google Analytics overview:

Foxit notices valid issue; shoots at wrong enemy

I was catching up on emails this weekend (I get so many mails that I don't succeed in reading them all anymore) when last Tuesday's newsletter from Foxit caught my eye. It contained some truth, but also some bullshit, and that bullshit made it personal. I felt like I had to respond.

Google Analytics - January 2017

One twelfth of the year is already behind us. Doesn't time fly? Many things happened in that first month, but this is what happened on the iText web site:

Let's start a new table:

Winter bash 2016: the results

I don't have as much time for Stack Overflow as I used to. Last year, I won 20 hats, this year only 19.

My Stack Overflow Winter bash hats
My Stack Overflow Winter bash hats 2016

I was very close to an extra hat: I was 6 reputation points short of getting a gold badge for the Java tag...

Google Analytics - December 2016

Another year has passed, and it's high time we take a look at the stats of the iText web site. Let's start with the month of December:

iText in 2016

Next week, we'll publish iText's year in pictures on the iText blog, listing all the events we attended and all the awards we won, but I already want to give you a preview of all the people who made this possible:

iText on three different continents

From right to left:

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