GeekBrainDump.com Status Report June 25, 2014

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As of June 25th GBD is still growing faster than I expected it would.  We have 379 Posts from 92 Authors.

For the past 30 days we have 70,651 Pageviews by 13,543 Users with an Average Session Duration of 2:21.

Below shows the stats for the Top Authors, and Top Pages for the past 30 days.

Author Stats

  Pageviews Avg. Time on Page Bounce Rate
martin-lehner 2493 0:02:28 83.38%
tobias-feistmantl 2271 0:02:27 83.92%
william-oneb 1273 0:02:59 83.92%
eli-etherton 1162 0:02:39 70%
ayoub-hitana 979 0:02:34 79.78%
phil-tower 953 0:02:35 78.3%
geek-brain 891 0:02:00 40.25%
dane-c 890 0:02:33 82.52%
jake-gardner 799 0:01:50 79.64%
warren-galloway 553 0:02:02 68.31%
jimmy-simpson-iii 520 0:02:03 82.26%
james-lynch 280 0:03:32 78.99%
tom-patch 269 0:03:17 79.29%
michael-mulcreevy 236 0:02:08 82.61%
gary-west 227 0:02:46 92.48%
rick-h 209 0:02:07 82.28%
john-r 205 0:01:29 79.83%
audakel-bit 144 0:03:02 81.63%
jordan-desire 127 0:01:55 70.97%
david-d-dorsett 126 0:01:21 78.57%
anthony-kressevich 122 0:02:36 78.85%
anton-roos 74 0:02:22 60%
aaron-whitcomb 69 0:04:46 65.62%
  18908 0:02:30 75.3%

Page Stats

Landing Page Pageviews
/ 30936
/2014/05/27/7-steps-to-becoming-a-programmer/ 840
/2014/06/05/it-jobs-with-the-highest-pay-and-fastest-growth/ 777
/2014/05/29/what-to-do-with-an-old-computer/ 643
/2014/06/12/learn-python-in-10-weeks-for-new-programmers/ 603
/2014/06/13/how-to-get-a-free-macbook-pro-with-retina-complete-guide/ 467
/2014/05/30/network-diagrams-dont-be-lazy/ 466
/2014/06/06/introduction-to-android-programming/ 454
/about/ 446
/2014/06/02/how-to-pc-cleanup-like-a-boss/ 439
/2014/05/27/ad-block-ruining-the-internet/ 423
/2014/06/12/the-first-step-to-becoming-a-programmer-read-this-and-start-coding-today/ 417
/2014/05/30/hacking-dns/ 411
/2014/06/03/review-mac-os-x-yosemite/ 410
/2014/06/02/how-could-you-learn-programming/ 398
/2014/06/06/why-should-every-programmer-learn-swift-or-java/ 380
/2014/05/28/raid-sucks-seriously-it-does/ 365
/2014/05/30/types-of-programming-language/ 352
/2014/06/14/google-fibers-infrastructure/ 344
/2014/06/20/an-introduction-to-electronics/ 311
/2014/06/14/how-digitalocean-changed-my-life/ 299
/2014/06/20/making-ethernet-cables/ 298
/2014/06/12/how-to-use-your-tech-skills-and-start-making-money-today/ 288
/2014/06/12/how-to-start-programming/ 280
/2014/06/12/why-i-choose-windows-over-linux/ 278
/2014/06/02/rdp-no-no-and-no/ 273
/2014/05/29/why-microsoft-hyper-v-is-better-than-vmware-esxi-in-small-environment/ 269
/2014/06/13/password-policies-this-bad-shouldnt-exist/ 263
/2014/05/26/viewdns-info-lets-you-easily-troubleshoot-your-website-network-connectivity/ 260
/2014/05/28/desktop-pc-with-5400rpm-drive-in-2014-wtf/ 259
/2014/06/23/free-universal-note-taking-application-for-all-modern-operating-systems/ 253
/2014/06/20/clean-and-tidy-installations-with-startech-enclosures/ 252
/2014/06/19/methods-to-learning-a-programming-language/ 250
/2014/06/17/i-cant-find-a-use-for-a-tablet/ 244
/2014/06/04/stats-for-geekbraindump-com-as-of-june-4-2014/ 242
/2014/06/20/enclosures-from-startech-apc-and-tripplite-why-they-make-sense/ 241
/2014/06/21/cheap-cctv-solution-monitoring-shouldnt-be-hard/ 236
/2014/06/10/linux-vs-microsoft-costs/ 232
/2014/06/08/how-computer-languages-work/ 230
/2014/05/28/vmware-fusion-6-vs-parallels/ 226
/2014/06/02/best-configuration-of-windows-7-with-ssd/ 226
/category/computer-repair/ 222
/author/elithecomputerguy/ 216
/2014/06/03/tutorial-how-to-create-a-bootable-usb-with-os-x-mavericks-setup/ 215
/2014/06/12/build-your-own-simple-android-app-and-run-it-on-your-real-android-device/ 213
/2014/06/18/9-ways-i-use-google-to-save-money/ 205
/2014/05/27/easily-rip-youtube-and-online-videos-and-transfer-them-to-your-mobile-device/ 203
/2014/06/15/run-your-android-games-and-apps-on-your-pc-or-mac/ 200
/2014/05/30/5-reasons-why-you-should-use-a-php-framework-like-laravel/ 197
/2014/06/08/finding-free-software/ 196
/2014/06/20/ixs-enterprise/ 195
/2014/06/20/are-you-an-aspiring-java-programmer-cool-lets-try-this/ 193
/2014/05/25/why-the-customer-is-not-right/ 191
/2014/06/11/hard-drive-age/ 190
/2014/06/23/you-most-probably-need-a-nas/ 190
/2014/06/01/some-android-apps-i-would-like-to-mention/ 189
/2014/06/23/keeping-ethernet-cables-tidy/ 188
/2014/05/26/introduction-to-dynamic-dns/ 187
/2014/06/01/how-do-i-know-if-im-spamming/ 187
/2014/06/13/google-plethora-of-services/ 184
/2014/06/11/free-text-messages-using-google-voice/ 183
/2014/06/10/every-geek-needs-a-goodbudget/ 182
/2014/05/27/solar-roadways-the-highway-of-the-future/ 181
/2014/06/14/review-of-system-mechanic/ 181
/2014/06/01/the-osi-model-houston-we-have-a-problem/ 179
/2014/05/30/just-get-f-lux-really/ 176
/2014/05/30/two-analog-technologies-still-used-by-millions/ 176
/2014/06/08/making-easy-money-from-surveys/ 173
/2014/06/13/how-to-build-websites-very-fast-like-in-a-day/ 169
/2014/06/11/cloud-security-problems-what-can-be-done/ 167
/2014/06/05/gameover-zeus-the-latest-deadly-computer-virus/ 166
/2014/06/14/google-chromecast-review/ 162
/2014/06/15/connect-android-with-localhost-apache-server-linux/ 161
/2014/06/19/nagios-core-open-source-it-monitoring-system/ 158
/2014/06/20/classic-shell-is-an-essential-add-on-to-windows-8-1/ 156
/2014/05/27/popcorn-time-changed-piracy-and-possibly-the-multimedia-industry-forever/ 155
/2014/05/29/windows-server-2012-essentials-versus-window-server-2012-foundation/ 153
/2014/06/01/how-to-extand-the-c/ 152
/2014/06/03/windows-applications-i-would-like-to-mention/ 152
/2014/05/29/raspberry-pi-vs-arduino-which-should-i-get/ 150
/category/networking/ 150
/2014/06/01/review-macbook-pro-retina-15-inch/ 148
/2014/06/03/remote-access-support-tools-for-the-pros/ 148
/2014/06/12/creating-a-data-and-voice-network-on-a-cat3-cable/ 145
/2014/06/13/touch-typing-a-must-for-every-computer-programmer/ 145
/2014/06/23/5400-rpm-hard-drives-should-be-illegal/ 145
/2014/06/15/the-internet-of-everything/ 144
/2014/05/29/the-death-of-small-business-server-boooooooooooo/ 142
/2014/06/20/how-to-route-all-your-emails-into-one-single-inbox/ 142
/2014/06/16/dell-inspiron-7000-review/ 140
/2014/06/23/the-death-of-the-kvm/ 140
/2014/05/27/response-time-get-there-now/ 139
/2014/05/30/naming-conventions-think-this-through/ 137
/2014/05/29/programmer-looking-for-work/ 136
/2014/06/22/ammyy-admin-remote-desktop-software/ 135
/2014/06/02/security-monitoring-watch-your-networks/ 134
/2014/06/06/how-to-start-windows-8-in-safe-mode-and-solve-some-problems/ 134
/2014/06/17/the-truecrypt-encryption-era-the-loss-of-the-era-explored-part-1/ 133
/2014/06/02/why-you-need-employees/ 132
/2014/06/04/search-active-directory-for-groups/ 131

Author

Eli Etherton

I am Eli "the Computer Guy" and have been in the tech industry for approx. 20 years doing all kinds of odd projects. I started as an electronics tech in the US Army, worked in corporate IT during the IT Boom, was an individual consultant and grew my tech shop to have numerous full time employees and supported small business clients with computer repair/ server maintenance/ web development/ surveillance systems/ telephone systems until the great recession. After that I started creating video training on all the topics I know and now have a YouTube Channel with over 500K subscribers. I am the founder of GeekBrainDump.com and my plan is to create a tech "news" site that I would actually find useful if I was still in the server room.

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1 Comment

  1. Martin Lehner June 25, 2014 at 3:08 pm

    Great stats! And a huge shout-out to those who are contributing and posting their thoughts and ideas, especially the younger authors in their teenage years!

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