House Keeping & Stat’ Porn

As the shadow of the coming Brownite tyranny draws ever nearer, Guido finds he turns increasingly to the well designed and conceived The Man Who Would Be King blog, which is something of a Gordon Brown information clearing house. It has become the latest addition to Guido’s blog-roll.

The much awaited redesign of Guido’s blog is nearing completion, some widget related issues remain to be resolved but an über-Geek is on the case. Google smoothly handled the transition from the old Blogger to the new Blogger 2.0 without losing a single one of the thousands of posts or tens of thousands of comments and they held Guido’s hand whilst he fretted. Guido loves GOOG.

In a change from the ususal stat’ porn this month (pageviews: 426,499, unique visitors: 286,901), Guido has taken a look at reader loyalty over the last quarter. Of the visitors, Google analytics shows just short of 60,000 hardcore co-conspirators have visited the site 200 or more times and at the other extreme 44,000 visited once and never came back. The above chart compares last month to a quarter ago. Students of media studies might want to investigate why Guido gets more readers than any other political commentary website in Britain, more than both the political parties, more than the Speccie or New Statesman, more than WebCameron. Why are our lying, sleazy politicians so unable to connect?



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