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Where are your domain visitors from?

Labeled as question in General Domain Discussion, started by Edvard Munch, Nov 25, 2016

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  1. Edvard Munch

    Edvard Munch Established Member

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    I set up Google Analytics on my 300 domains a month ago.

    When I checked the global stats today, I see that 62,90 percent of the visitors are from China, 23,48 percent are from USA.

    Here are the full stats:
    China 62,90 %
    United States 23,48 %
    Norway 3,70 % (that's just me, I guess!)
    South Korea 2,63 %
    Japan 0,96 %
    India 0,60 %
    Canada 0,54 %
    Italy 0,54 %
    Singapore 0,54 %
    Ireland 0,48 %

    Do you think this is a normal pattern across all niches, or could it mainly be because of the types of domains I have?

    Where do your domain visitors mainly come from?
     
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  2. Kuffy

    Kuffy Name Stag VIP

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    I'm getting a lot from Russia on a couple of names.
     
  3. Lysted

    Lysted Lysted.com Domains Buy - Sell - Connect - Manage

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    These are the http://www.Lysted.com stats. Entirely different data set.We allow and encourage sellers to promote their names through social media channels, so numbers may very depending on the effectiveness of their marketing campaigns.
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  4. Cdomains

    Cdomains Top Contributor VIP

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    Mine are from all over, but here are the countries with the most hits.

    The US gets the most and they go down from there-

    United States
    India
    China
    Brazil
    Russia
     
  5. MasterOfMyDomains

    MasterOfMyDomains Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Good thread, thanks. Just started setting up google analytics on 5 sites so far, adding more today.
    Most of my traffic comes from Canada ( that's just me, I guess!)
    Russia is by far second, then usa and I had a visitor to my new .blog name from Australia
    @Edvard Munch do you set each name up in google webmaster tools first, or at all?
     
  6. Edvard Munch

    Edvard Munch Established Member

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    Interesting replies, folks! I have not driven any traffic to my domains yet, so since it must be mostly type in traffic, I guess my niches are somewhat big in China.

    I use Efty for domain marketplace. I bulk update my domains to point to Efty, and since I have connected Google Analytics to Efty, when I add new domains in Efty they automatically show up in Google Analytics.

    I am sure this can be done other ways too.
     
  7. domainbartender

    domainbartender Your name server since 2008. VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Looking at my stats doesn't give me any solid data to analyse my domains with, because 99% of my visitors are bots. Not search engine spiders, bots. Super annoying bots. Domaining is a gamble for me thanks to those bots. I've no idea which domains have end user interest and which don't.
     
  8. MasterOfMyDomains

    MasterOfMyDomains Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    How do you tell the difference from a bot, spider and human?
     
  9. domainbartender

    domainbartender Your name server since 2008. VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Spiders crawl. They visit different pages one by one. Humans browse. They click on things that interest them, or just leave. The bots? They don't crawl, nor do they browse, it's like a spreadout ddos attack - only annoys you and wastes resources, does nothing else.
     

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