Home > Community >How to get your site stats How to get your site stats -by- James: view posts by this author on Aug 18, 2005 7 Comments: jump to comments Follow Edublogs Facebook Twitter YouTube Flipboard Did you know that you get some pretty interesting site stats by visiting Manage>Referrers. Of course, once we’ve got editable templates going you’ll be able to use a heap of systems like sitemeter or statcounter but for the meantime I think this is pretty cool! James: view posts by this author About James James Farmer lives in Melbourne, Australia and spends most of his days chained to a computer while being harassed by tiny pixies insisting that he try to improve edublogs. 7 Comments Hello edublog – Thank you for constructing a fantastic site! I haven’t received comments re my recent research question. Any suggestions for attracting bloggers? Best, jp james paradiso / Aug 19, 2005 / James F, Thanks for pointing this out. I presume it’s a 1.6 feature? James P, What recent research question? Andrew / Aug 19, 2005 / Pingback: 渝江 James F – The questions posted under Transitons. jp James P / Aug 22, 2005 / Hi, this is Victoria Garcia. I would like to receive 50 points extra credit. Thank you. Victoria Garcia / Aug 22, 2005 / Hmmm… the comments here are getting increasingly abstract! James / Aug 22, 2005 / Goodness, James, slightly surreal responses to the topic… Thanks for the info re the referrers. I’ve found it very useful in terms of tweeking the content in both http://aquaculture.edublogs.org and http://marginalia.edublogs.org. I think the metrics are a bit obscure for newbies, after following the flow for a bit I’ve managed to get the hit rates to start to move. What started as few quiet thoughts has started to become a experiment in building an audience. How fun is that? Thanks again, James. Cheers, Lynsey lynsey / Aug 27, 2005 / Comments are closed.