Recently I noticed incoming link activity from a website in French. The increase web activity was to one of my Brooklyn Bridge pages. Because it was in French I did not know what was being written regarding my photo.
Yellowecho has 2 distinct websites- an older version and a new version of Yellowecho. The new version is a PHP driven website which runs Gallery2 and WordPress (the current page you are viewing). While I refer to the second version as older it is still fully intact and works perfectly and does in fact receive alot of web traffic. The older version are HTML pages which were the main webpages of Yellowecho from 1999 to 2007. On both pages (old and new) I utilize StatCounter to keep track of website statistics.
Yellowecho.com (new): The newer page has grown in the past few months and sees a daily average of 33 unique visitors each day (December 2008). This number continues to rise and I expect by the end of 2009 to be well over 50 visitors a day on the average. Yellowecho (old) still sees a massive amount of people (see below) as compared to the newer site.
Yellowecho.com (old): Many of these pages have been online since 2000 and these pages see a daily average of 309 visitors (Jan- Dec 2008). Some pages do predate Yellowecho.com and have been online since 1999. Yellowecho saw on the average over 300 unique people per day in 2008. This average is based on the full calender year of 2008. The total number of unique visitors was over 110.000. There are several notable spikes in web traffic. One is in September and that is because of increased Google web searches related to 9/11 and the NYC Tribute in Light which Yellowecho scores very high on Google searches. Another increased search is Death Valley and the flower bloom during the springtime in which this site again scores highly on with Google searches.
The single biggest day total was September 11, 2008 and on that day Yellowecho had 1,177 unique visitors with 2,873 page views.