Google Analytics — June 2014

No records broken in June and we didn't expect to break one either because we've had some European holidays and the World Cup that keep people from visiting a technical web site.

June has place 5 out of 6 with respect to page views, place 2 out of 6 regarding sessions but only place 6 out of 6 regarding users per month. We'll see the same kind of numbers in the next two months, and then we'll make a strong come back in September.

Google Analytics — May 2014

I didn't expect breaking any records in May. We started and ended with European Holidays on May 1st and 29th. We had an American holiday on May 26th. This caused some slight arrhythmia that is visible when you look at the heart beat of the side:

Nevertheless, May was the second best month so far this year with respect to page views and users per month. We also broke the all-time record of different sessions (visits) a month and the all-time record for average visits a day.

Google Analytics — April 2014

As predicted a month ago, we didn't break any Google Analytics records in April. We had the Easter holidays and the eve of another holiday (the first of May is Labor day in many countries) and that shows in the number of visits on the site:

Google Analytics — March 2014

The sales team has broken some records this month, and so did the web site:

Google Analytics — February 2014

We never expect a month with only 28 days to break any record in terms of visits to the itextpdf.com site. Nevertheless, the site performed really well:

Winter Bash 2013

The Winter Bash at the Stack Exchange Network is almost over, and this year I managed to collect 12 hats on StackOverflow. Let's take a screen shot before they are put back in their boxes:

Winterbash 2013

Google Analytics — December 2013

There are no surprises in the overview of the visits to itextpdf.com in December. Just like every year, many people are on vacation during the holiday season, and that's made perfectly clear in the Google Analytics report:
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