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State of the Riot – May 2009

By johnboy 3 June 2009 24

[First filed: June 02, 2009 @ 13:36]

So that was May. A pretty good month really.

Here’s our monthly look at where the site is going, where it’s been and what brings people here.

Key Stats:

(Note: These statistics are prepared by Google Analytics and compare the 31 days of May to the previous 31 days)

Visits: 159,561, up from 157,309
Pageviews: 446,847, up from 426,217
Absolute unique visitors: 64,464, up from 64,060

Happy happy joy joy.


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Fun stuff:

So the 20 most read stories on RiotACT in April were:

    1. Richardson roadside shrine removed – Good or bad thing?
    2. Canberra’s Charmyne Palavi hits the big time
    3. Would it kill police to say thank you every now and then?
    4. Where to watch the Boxing ?? (AKA Sonny Bill Williams and Anthony Mundine getting TKO’d)
    5. Police bash man
    6. Teacher was ‘good looking’: student tells court
    7. Bossing the media – Stanhope style
    8. WARNING: Johnboy is a reptoid. Apparently.
    9. “My brother has fallen off his bike”
    10. Ram rage
    11. We breed all sorts in this city
    12. Woden Babar Discriminate Against Transgenders
    13. Police Wrap – 15 May
    14. Time for opinions on Canberra hairdressers …
    15. Vanishing Cat Sign.
    16. One HD delayed….
    17. Hoon in a Nissan Pulsar
    18. Foggy drivers
    19. The ACT Budget
    20. Cyclists and zebra crossings?

And the hundred highest ranked search terms which brought people to RiotACT in May (having edited out searching just for RiotACT which clogs the top ten) were:

    1. tania tominac
    2. charmyne palavi
    3. one hd canberra
    4. david palavi
    5. swine flu canberra
    6. beating retreat 1812 overture
    7. la cantina narrabundah
    8. swine flu in canberra
    9. southern cross ten one hd
    10. free tv 2009
    11. one hd
    12. 2cc spalding
    13. second hand books curtin
    14. chrome canberra
    15. randall blair
    16. one hd southern cross
    17. “the-riotact” and “suspension” and “2009”
    18. cocorea canberra
    19. ikea canberra
    20. dvaey riotact
    21. churches league canberra
    22. one hd in canberra
    23. “andrew robertson” apis events
    24. jeremy hanson
    25. mike jeffreys
    26. central cafe gungahlin
    27. canberra tattooists
    28. “thomas sorahan ”
    29. freetv
    30. jonh hargreaves drink driving
    31. tidbinbilla adventure park
    32. canberra driving ‘it’s different out there’
    33. brett chant
    34. goulburn mental asylum
    35. fireworks canberra
    36. charly leetham riot
    37. gareth higgins
    38. dfo canberra
    39. lake george canberra
    40. tania tominac 2009
    41. rush hour canberra
    42. erin molan
    43. jamie peisley
    44. lee’s inn manuka
    45. deakin swimming
    46. margaret spalding
    47. cranleigh homestead latham
    48. body corporate managers canberra
    49. pilates braddon
    50. corrie lee
    51. drycleaner the-riotact
    52. kaleen supabarn
    53. southern cross one hd
    54. emma k kittens
    55. canberra book club
    56. skyfire canberra time
    57. organic farrer groceries
    58. belconnen motorbike parking
    59. canberra cabs
    60. “john hargreaves” drinking
    61. all shook up canberra
    62. woden tradies club 83 restaurant
    63. matthew massey
    64. anu singh
    65. peter leonard
    66. light rail
    67. dr pickup
    68. murder queanbeyan river
    69. solar hot water canberra
    70. dfo canberra opening hours
    71. act european wasp
    72. majura parkway
    73. bruford
    74. rush hour car club
    75. shane mortimer
    76. tominac
    77. “ms tominac” 2009
    78. clift cres fatality
    79. playgrounds canberra
    80. boot camp canberra
    81. eat fyshwick
    82. sammy’s kitchen
    83. big poo queanbeyan
    84. canberra romantic
    85. marianne mettes
    86. russell field
    87. best coffee places in canberra
    88. prime digital canberra
    89. restore cars in canberra
    90. the lantern room canberra
    91. crazy chester corbell police
    92. fire yarralumla
    93. escape the muff
    94. fiona patten
    95. what time the million paws walk begins on sunday
    96. action bus news
    97. canberra hospital psu
    98. socceroos kuwait
    99. teppanyaki dickson
    100. trivia queanbeyan wednesday

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peterh 2:21 pm 03 Jun 09

Kramer said :

There’s lots of overlords – some of us just lurk in the shadows more than others… or post on the development server (where comments never see the light of day). New stuff is coming soon, the planned release date is just prior to the release of Duke Nukem Forever 😀

so.. it will be released when it is done?

Kramer 1:53 pm 03 Jun 09

There’s lots of overlords – some of us just lurk in the shadows more than others… or post on the development server (where comments never see the light of day). New stuff is coming soon, the planned release date is just prior to the release of Duke Nukem Forever 😀

Marianne 1:44 pm 03 Jun 09

or Pinocchio…

peterh 1:41 pm 03 Jun 09

Marianne said :

lol fine. one day they’ll know i’m a real alien, one day…

or the only real human being?

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