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Browser and OS roundup 2013

Welcome to the latest in an occasional series on web browser traffic to nzpost.co.nz. The site gets a fair bit of usage, around 2.6 million visits in the last 30 days, and so provides a reasonably good sample of the … Continue reading

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2012 in review – web browsers and OSs

Welcome to the latest in an occasional series on web browser traffic to nzpost.co.nz. The site gets a fair bit of usage, around 2 million visitsors in the last 30 days, and so provides a reasonably good sample of the browsers New … Continue reading

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Browser usage so far in 2012

Continuing the series on browser stats from nzpost.co.nz, here’s the first  installment for 2012. I’ll do this more or less quarterly this year, as a few month’s worth of data makes trends more visible, and we’re seeing some definite trends emerge. … Continue reading

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Browser usage November 2011

Continuing the series of browser stats from nzpost.co.nz, here’s November’s installment. You need to know: these stats are rounded from Google Analytics for the site nzpost.co.nz they are aggregated and rounded from the previous calendar month’s data we do this on … Continue reading

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Browser usage October 2011

Continuing the series of usage figures from nzpost.co.nz, here’s the latest installment. In addition to the usual stats, this month we take a look at changes in Internet Explorer versions over the last year. You need to know: these stats are … Continue reading

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Browser usage September 2011

Following on from last month’s post we have updated figures for you. We had some actual feedback on Twitter from a real person (thanks @pitchandtone!) asking for screen resolutions – so we’ve added these to this month’s summary. You need to know: … Continue reading

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Browser usage August 2011

Back in the day, Rowan Simpson used to publish the visitor browser stats for Trade Me. At that time I was working for clients who often didn’t have access to particularly good browser usage figures. Seeing Trade Me’s numbers was … Continue reading

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