Here are the 25 most visited pages...
- What is eLearning 2.0?
- First Time Visitor Guide
- Top Ten Reasons To Blog and Top Ten Not to Blog
- Rapid eLearning Tools
- Fun Headline Generator
- Personal Learning for Learning Professionals - Using Web 2.0 Tools to Make Reading & Research More Effective
- Incredibly Cool! Vision of Future of Application and eLearning Development
- Personal and Group Learning Using Web 2.0 Tools
- Second Life and Learning
- Software Simulation eLearning (w/ links to Tools)
- Captivate File Size Tricks for Software Training via Simulations
- Do You WANT an LMS? Does a Learner WANT an LMS?
- How Do People Interact with Blogs?
- eLearning 1.0 vs. 2.0 - Help Needed
- Stephen Downes is Wrong? Is It Really Cool?
- Better Questions for Learning Professionals
- Shift in eLearning from Pure Courseware towards Reference Hybrids
- Authoring in eLearning 2.0 / Add-ins & Mash-ups
- Clark Aldrich - "Second Life is not a teaching tool"
- Learning Trends Point To and Shape eLearning 2.0
- Tacit vs. Explicit Knowledge - Decisions Learning Professionals Make Everyday
- New Kind of LMS?
- Q&A - eLearning Standards Especially SCORM
- Course and Courseware Fading - The Future of eLearning
- Web 2.0 and eLearning 2.0 Start-Up Guides
The referral sources showed that almost half of my traffic comes via various search engines rather than from RSS readers or from links on other blogs. One of the surprise sources of traffic was del.icio.us. I didn't think that would generate much traffic it was about 10th on the sources.
The other thing that surprised me is that it appears I have more readers than I thought back in November (see How Do People Interact with Blogs?) - when I estimated 500 subscribers. Now using the same crude approximation method, I would estimate 800 subscribers. Google Analytics shows that I've had 3,000 unique visitors who have visited 10 or more times over the past six months. Another 3,000 had visited between 3 and 9 times. When I reduced the time frame it seems to be fairly consistent that there are quite a few repeat visitors. I would have thought that most repeat visitors would come from an RSS reader and be subscribed. So, maybe I'm not counting subscribers very well or there are lots of folks who regularly visit blogs without using a reader.