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Chris Moran
100k page views. 3,000 words. And all on the Guardian switching off the Mongo DB cluster and migrating to PostgreSQL.
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Jake O'Neill Dec 20
Replying to @chrismoranuk
It looks like the bulk of the traffic has an unknown source, is that right?
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Chris Moran Dec 20
Replying to @MediaJake
No - it's 'other' so just one that's not usually identified separately. Ophan let's you easily see that detail with another click. So we know it's news.ycombinator. I'd imagine the unknown is the same source but through an app or savvy tech people stopping us from seeing them.
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Chris Moran Dec 20
Sorry - to be clear there IS also a lot of unknown (that's the red) - just that the majority is and here it's very likely that the source is the same.
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Colin Megill Dec 20
Ycomb is how I ended up there today :)
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Simon Huggins Dec 20
Replying to @chrismoranuk @sihil
Love the casual reference to picking up his phone in a desert near Abu Dhabi to support an issue
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Wolfgang Blau Dec 20
Replying to @chrismoranuk
I love the WeChat tracking!
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Chris Moran Dec 20
Replying to @wblau
Inspired by our chats :-)
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Jonathan Haynes Dec 20
Replying to @chrismoranuk @wblau
What is the β€œother” there that makes up the bulk of the traffic?
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Chris Moran Dec 20
Replying to @JonathanHaynes @wblau
Hacker News! Which is also probably the source of 80% of the unknown
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Chris Moran Dec 20
Replying to @wblau
And just for you... the top 20 from Wechat to the Guardian over the last 14 days. 68% from China.
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Jonathan Haynes Dec 20
Replying to @chrismoranuk @wblau
Ahhh. That makes sense, thanks
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Marcus Christenson Dec 20
Replying to @chrismoranuk
You'd hope for a slightly better median attention time no? πŸ˜‚
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Chris Moran Dec 20
Replying to @m_christenson
Ha! It's solid considering the sheer scale of external referral and the length. Lots of quick bounce because of that length too...
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Mariot Chauvin Dec 20
More likely to be reddit I think
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Chris Moran Dec 20
There will be some from Reddit but it's usually slightly less than the identified Reddit traffic, and we see always see a lot of uknown with Hacker News
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Wolfgang Blau Dec 20
Replying to @chrismoranuk
wow. Can you see if these are primarily WeChat users outside of mainland China?
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Toby Pinder Dec 20
Replying to @chrismoranuk @alexhern
It's a great post!
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Matt 0'Brien Dec 20
Replying to @chrismoranuk
Decent attention time!
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Dave Earley Dec 27
Replying to @chrismoranuk
Just looked at this again and up to 217k pageviews now. And 1m39s attention time when you remove bounce πŸ‘
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