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When we are unable
to find tranquility
within ourselves,
it is useless
to seek it elsewhere.
Francois de La Rochefoucauld,
1613 - 1680, French author

16 years of the
Study Guides and Strategies Website

Summary | Current projects/philosophy | Kudos/recognition | Traffic/metrics

2012 Traffic summary/Website metrics (Webalizer v 2.01)

2012

Visitors

%/2011

Page views

hits,
million

files,
million

December

November

1,304,244

+12.6%

2,387,782

20.2

10.3

October

1,427,178

+15.0%

2,549,766

23.4

9.6

September

1,208,475

+13.3%

2,268,160

24.4

8.6

August

735,663

-00.1%

2,076,547

18.7

5.3

July

654,270

+18.1%

1,631,285

15.2

4.5

June

732,007

+16.5%

1,383,277

16.6

5.2

May:

897,769

+15.9%

1,987,469

21.2

6.3

April:

949,339

+16.2%

2,622,179

23.6

6.8

March:

1,071,692

+15.5%

2,706,805

27.9

7.7

February:

1,080,657

+07.4%

2,195,233

28.3

7.7

January:

1,006,189

+26.5%

2,762,284

27.4

7.2

Projects and metrics:

2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 |
2005 |2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1995-9

 

History of the Website

  • September 2012: Migrated professional pages to new Website: www.josfland.com
  • 2011: MS Expression Web adopted; CSS applied to the entire Website
  • January 2004: New domain/URL adopted www.studygs.net
  • Summer 2003: Development of the first interactive Guides
  • Summer 2002: Each of the 525 pages/Guides in the web site are totally re-formatted! to the new look
  • March 2001: Visual Learner Project with Inspiration Software "Mapping the Guides"
  • February 1999: Dublin Core Metadata added.
  • September 1997: conversion to, and further development with, Microsoft's FrontPage.
  • February 1996: Database conversion to HTML by Joe Landsberger with the assistance of Peter Turi, Budapest, Hungary.
  • June 1993: A preliminary resource database of learning guides was created by Bob Nelson, et al, Learning Resource Centers, Livingston Campus, Rutgers University in June 1993. At the College Reading and Learning Association Conference in April 1995, Joe attended a presentation by Bob on his resource, and they quickly agreed that the FileMaker Pro database should be converted to HTML and a web-based format. Rutgers University agreed to provide the Guides free-of-charge and release all content to Joe to reformat into HTML, and host them on a Web site. This agreement continues to this day, and the Guides are collaboratively developed across institutional and national boundaries. Since that initial effort, all the content has been revised or replaced in its entirely.

Traffic summary since 1995

Page
views

%
Increase

visitors

hits,
million

files,
million

2011

21,709,708

21.3%

10,400,000

249.4

62.4

2010

17,637,519

6.7%

8,600,000

163.2

27.1

2009

16,536,110

7.1%

7,900,000

196.4

20.3

2008

15,435,695

20.0%

6,300,000

130.6

60.1

2007

12,796,495

8.0%

5,100,000

82.3

36.6

2006

11,849,732

41.7%

3,900,000

69.5

53.2

2005

8,300,907

35.4%

3,600,000

53.9

40.6

2004

6,128,170

22.9%

1,500,000

42.4

31.0

2003

4,984,983

72.8%

2002

2,884,739

48.5%

2001

1,942,479

58.6%

2000

1,224,433

136.1%

1999

518,550

172.8%

1998

190,050

77.4%

1997

107,114

1995-96

n/a