Website info for April

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    Moderator
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    For those interested in such things, during April our website was visited 5,433 times, roughly 180 times a day. 59% were new visits. 82% were from New Zealand.

    There was a significant peak on Monday 18th April when we had 363 visitors, also the day there was an article in the Otago Daily times. We did well the next day as well, with 346 visitors, the day Jacqui was on national radio.

    On average people look at about 3.9 pages during their visit.

    The top pages were

      /monarch/ our ‘front door'

      faq

      projects/report-a-sighting

      projects/taggingtransects

      photographs

      photos

      other-species

      items-for-sale

      Tag a butterfly? help science!

      faq/what-food-plants-can-i-feed-a-monarch-butterfly-in-nz-what-do-monarch-caterpillars-eat

    Google was our friend again, as 50% came via google, 5% via other Search Engines, 26% were Direct Traffic, and 18% were referred by another Site.

    The top ten search terms people used to find us were

      monarch butterfly

      monarch butterfly nz

      https://www.monarch.org.nz

      monarch.org.nz

      asclepias incarnata

      monarch butterflies

      monarch butterfly food

      monarch nz

      monarch butterfly life cycle

      swallowtail butterfly in nz

    On facebook 132 people ‘like’ us, up by 6 this month.

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    Darren
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    Why Decimalise Monarchs?

    Its nice to have my “Darren” account back to a plain ordinary member account. That’s all I need most of the time anyway, and it means I am seeing the same thing as people describing their problems to me. It also means I can share my own opinion about things without worrying that people are going to think that is the official line.

    If I need to fix or tweak something, or make an “official” type announcement I log in as WDM. As any linux user will tell you, its best not to use admin-powered accounts for ordinary day-to-day usage. Also if in the future someone else takes over the WDM role they can use that account and email address which will minimise any disruption.

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    Jacqui
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    Wise Darren Man.

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    Jane
    Participant

    Wandering Demi-nomadic Migrant
    Withering Diaphenous Metamorphite
    Wanton Destroyer of Milkweed
    Worryingly Dismorphic Megalo-monarch
    Wasteful Despoiler-o-Milkweed
    Magical Dainty Micro-monarch

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    Jacqui
    Moderator

    Wizard dastardly monster?
    Wanton dreamboat man?

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    Jane
    Participant

    Wobbly Deformed Monarch
    Winsomely Delectable Monarch
    Whining Demonic Monarch
    Wonderously demographically-challenged Maniac
    Whimsically dandled mini-monarch

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    Jacqui
    Moderator

    Yes thanks WDM (Website and Database Manager).

    There’s a chocolate fish who can come up with the best “translation” for WDM…

    “Where’s Darren’s Monarchs?” maybe?

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    Jane
    Participant

    Now that IS really interesting. I have wondered how many visits the site gets, and who, and how often, how many new/regulars etc etc., Thanks WDM

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