Google Analytics — August 2016

You don't really see it when looking at the graph for August only, but something happened with the stats:

Google Analytics — July 2016

It was a very predictable month of July. The only surprise (to me) is the absence of a clear dip on the 4th of July.

Google Analytics - June 2016

Apart from the fact that we had plenty of rain in Belgium, what did June bring in terms of the iText web site?

It wasn't raining hits, and with a 30-day month it's hard to break absolute records, but we had the second best result for visits a day after our traditional record breaking month March.

Google Analytics - May 2016

I know I'm late with the statistics for May, but here they are:

The statistics look great, but they aren't entirely correct. Due to a test that went wrong, the number of hits on May 4th is higher than it should be. Many of the hits on that day were "self-inflicted". Too bad, we'll have to do with the numbers we have.

Google Analytics - March 2016

I've been looking forward to the Google Analytics results of March:

Are they as promising as I hoped?

Google Analytics — January 2016

First month of the year, first Google Analytics graph of iText's heartbeat:

What can we conclude?

Winter bash 2015: the results

Gamification, love it or hate it, but every year thousands of developers try to collect as many "winter bash hats" as possible on StackOverflow and its sibling sites. In 2013, I collected 12 hats. In 2014, I collected 15 hats. But how many hats did I win this year?

Winter bash Stack Overflow 2015

Google Analytics - December 2015

When we look at the sales results, December 2015 broke all previous records. We reached and exceeded the target for the quarter as well as the target for the year, but I can't say that I'm happy with the results of the web site in December.

The site didn't perform as well as in December 2014.

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