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Friday, January 02, 2009
By Yokota Fritz


Everybody else is doing it, so I might as well also. I'm strictly a numbers guy, so by the numbers...

2008 Top Content

These pages had the most visitors in 2008.

5. Bicycles for heavy people.
4. Bicyclist taxonomy.
3. Bike commuter tax benefits.
2. I can ride my bike with no handlebars.
1. Kirsten Gum Not Nude.

Top search keywords.

Most visitors to Cyclelicious arrive via search engines. Here are the top search words they use.

5. kirsten gum pics
4. bicycle blog
3. bicycle sidecar
2. Chanel bicycle
1. Kirsten Gum

Top referrers

Besides search engines, I get most of my traffic from (in no particular order) Stumbleupon, Bicycle Design, Flickr, Reddit, Mahalo, RocBike and Ecovelo. Thanks for the link love, all!

Weird and wonderful

Interesting search keywords include "gansaari", "hairy men", "bicycle chocolate milk", "big thighs", "wind blowing skirts up", "chupacabra", "bicycles are of the devil", "did jesus go to china", "hair miniskirt", "are womens bike skirts dorky", "shimmery tights".

While most Cyclelicious visitors surf the web from within the United States, my logs show visitors from 184 nations and territories including Antarctica(!), Iraq, Iran, Israel, Libya, China (PRC and ROC), Vietnam. The top cities were New York City, San Francisco, London, Seattle and Chicago. I registered zero visitors in 2008 from Cuba, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Somalia, North Korea, Greenland, a whole swath of central Africa, and Madagascar.

44% of you use Internet Explorer, 41% use Firefox, 11% use Safari, and the rest of you use Opera, Chrome, game systems and mobile devices. 77% browse from a Windows PC, 19% of you us a Mac, 3% browse the web from with Linux, and, in declining proportions, the rest use an iPhone or iPod, SunOS, a Wii, PSP, Palm, Symbian, FreeBSD, Android, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, HPUX, IRIX, and just plain ol' UNIX. There's also something I hadn't heard of before called "Danger Hiptop," which is apparently what Ahp00k works on.

Thanks so much for your continued support and promotion of Cyclelicious. 2009 marks the the fifth year of this cycling blog and I hope I don't get too stale with age. I hope you also like the new writers I've added this year. I hope the rest of your weekend goes great!


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Comments:
Danger Hiptop is the browser for the T-Mobile Sidekick (and it's variants).

I've got one, it's an urban blackberry.
 
keep it rolling! love my cycleliciousness dose +happy 2009♥ xox/meli
 
Yep, good to see there's >1 sidekick/hiptop on the site! (more than just me, i mean)
 
Interesting post Fritz. I am glad to be one of your top referrers.
Looking forward to more great content from Cyclelicious in 09.

By the way, I am still looking for those elusive visitors from Greenland too :)
 
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