Busy day on my Flickr account

Almost daily I check the statistics of my flickr photo account. It’s fun to see which photos are popular and to find out what search keywords direct people towards my photo pages. Of course I’m flattered when it appears that people use or refer to my photos, and occasionally I receive a request for use of one of them.

Whenever I upload a new batch of photos the stats go up (as you’d want them to!), but last week on March 4 someone must have seen every single one of my photos at least five times!


March 4 peak

As you can see March 4 has an extreme peak of visitors and I am questioning what has happened.

March 4 flickr stats

March 4 flickr stats

The most visited pages have been checked about 15-18 times, but as the page number changes whenever I upload photos I cannot pin-point to them individually. It seems, by checking the individual photo statistics that someone was interest in my photos of flowers, but I would still like to know who they were and what they did!


Flickr referal by page

Comments 15

  1. Kan je er geen sitemeter aan koppelen? Dan kan je precies zien waar iemand vandaan komt en op welke zoekwoorden ‘ie bij jou terecht is gekomen.

    1. Dat zou ik wel willen, maar flickr.com is helemaal afgeschermd: de stats die je kan krijgen lopen via hen.
      Zoekwoorden kan je vinden door op de zgn. zoekreferrers te klikken (google/yahoo/bing), maar in dit geval komen deze stats direct van bezoekers die al op flickr waren/zaten …

      1. [krijg geen ‘reply’ optie onder jouw comment, Caro]

        Tsja, normaal gesproken voldoen deze stats prima voor een door-andere-gemaakt&gehost foto ‘repository’ …

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