Monday, January 01, 2007

Top Ten Stories

Yeah, it's that time of year where everyone puts out a Top 10, Top 100, or Top whatever. Satellite Radio TechWorld is no exception. Satellite Radio TechWorld began operation in September 2006. In those four months, the top ten stories in order were as follows:

Breaking News:Stiletto Receives Certification!
Sirius Receives Three New Certifications
Sirius Shuts Down 11 Repeaters
XM Files 30 Day STA Concerning Repeaters
Details Out on the X2G100 Receiver
Breaking News: Sirius Requests Authority to Launch Geostationary Satellite
Sportster 4 Receives New Certification
Breaking News: Arbitron Personal Meter
Breaking News: Sirius Files Application to Operate Repeaters in Alaska and Hawaii
Humax Receives Certification on Its Sirius InV SV2 Receiver

It must be noted that as readership has grown, the stories are more heavily weighted by those occuring later in the year. For whatever reason, there is a definite bias for Sirius related news. Perhaps this is due to the greater number of Sirius shareholders or perhaps the Sirius investors follow their investments more closely.

During this time, TechWorld has seen its readership grow from readers in the US and a few from Canada to readers in 58 countries (excluding the incidental hits from an additional 36). The top ten countries are:

1. United States
2. Canada
3. Egypt
4. Germany
5. United Kingdom
6. Taiwan
7. India
8. Europe (in general)
9. Italy
10. Dominican Republic

The Top 10 regions of the US are:

1. New York
2. Unknown (not set)
3. New Jersey
4. California
5. Pennsylvania
6. Florida
7. Maryland
8. Illinois
9. Ohio
10. Virginia

The Top 10 domains are:

1. comcast.net
2. unknown (not set)
3. verizon.net
4. rr.com
5. aol.com
6. optonline.net
7. cox.net
8. xmradio.com
9. bellsouth.net
10. adelphia.net

That's our fun with Google Analytics for today. We hope that everyone has a healthy and prosperous 2007.

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