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(CNN)   Google accounts for 6.4 percent of internet traffic. Subby surprised that internet porn has slipped to less than 94%   (cnn.com) divider line 20
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2010-10-26 02:56:51 PM
NetFlix accounts for 20%.
 
2010-10-26 03:01:15 PM
How much of that 6.4% is Googling for porn?
 
2010-10-26 03:01:24 PM
I blame Google-analytics. It's like saying Drudgereport gets more hits because it auto-refreshes.
 
2010-10-26 03:01:39 PM
Well I need some way of finding porn that fits my ever changing fetishes, subby
 
2010-10-26 03:07:46 PM
Arkanaut: How much of that 6.4% is Googling for porn?

69% of it

/yes, there is a percentage of a percentage
 
2010-10-26 03:12:15 PM
I guess I better bump up my internet porn usage. After all, some late night porn never hurt anyone...
 
2010-10-26 03:13:33 PM
Maybe I am a weirdo, but I hardly ever use Google. I know where all of the sites I want to go to are. I check my Gmail accounts maybe every other day. Sometimes I watch a Youtube video. Arkanaut I have that shiat blocked.
 
2010-10-26 03:16:42 PM
So who ISN'T blocking google-analytics?
 
2010-10-26 03:18:44 PM
Panty Sniffer: Maybe I am a weirdo, but I hardly ever use Google. I know where all of the sites I want to go to are. I check my Gmail accounts maybe every other day. Sometimes I watch a Youtube video. Arkanaut I have that shiat blocked.

Same here. I use it for mainly GIS. Funny enough, I mainly GIS for Fark...

But they do have a hand everywhere between Google-analytics and Google-apis. Most business websites with "directions to their location" use some form of their mapping stuff. I mean, unless people still use Mapquest or something.
 
2010-10-26 03:43:02 PM
everybody knows that the only thing on the Internet is porn and bad things.


at least that's what the corporate owned TV boobs tell us...
 
2010-10-26 03:56:07 PM
Panty Sniffer: Maybe I am a weirdo, but I hardly ever use Google. I know where all of the sites I want to go to are. I check my Gmail accounts maybe every other day. Sometimes I watch a Youtube video. Arkanaut I have that shiat blocked.

Youtube has been owned by Google since 2006, so its probably included in their traffic stream. So I guess you admit that even without using search, you still use Google's services several times a week?
 
2010-10-26 04:04:05 PM
palin88: Panty Sniffer: Maybe I am a weirdo, but I hardly ever use Google. I know where all of the sites I want to go to are. I check my Gmail accounts maybe every other day. Sometimes I watch a Youtube video. Arkanaut I have that shiat blocked.

Youtube has been owned by Google since 2006, so its probably included in their traffic stream. So I guess you admit that even without using search, you still use Google's services several times a week?


I thought that was what I posted.
 
2010-10-26 04:07:07 PM
Dwedit: So who ISN'T blocking google-analytics?

Well, I'm in charge of a site that got 59,434 unique IPs between September 1st and September 30th according to my server logs, and 56465 according to google analytics. So basically, everybody (isn't).

The difference in total page views is a bit higher, owing to bots and things.
 
2010-10-26 04:09:56 PM
Linux_Yes: everybody knows that the only thing on the Internet is porn and bad things.


at least that's what the corporate owned TV boobs tell us...


I think the actual porn traffic on the internet is like less than 20%
 
2010-10-26 04:42:10 PM
Barakku: Linux_Yes: everybody knows that the only thing on the Internet is porn and bad things.


at least that's what the corporate owned TV boobs tell us...

I think the actual porn traffic on the internet is like less than 20%


I'd have to assume so. I can't imagine watching multiple hours of porn EVERY day.
 
2010-10-26 05:24:53 PM
Linux_Yes: everybody knows that the only thing on the Internet is porn and bad things.


at least that's what the corporate owned TV boobs tell us...


I know for a fact that Rob checks his portfolio and trade stocks online.
 
2010-10-26 06:20:16 PM
Dwedit: So who ISN'T blocking google-analytics?

People who don't care or don't know, ie 99% of internet surfers.
 
2010-10-26 07:06:52 PM
Dwedit: So who ISN'T blocking google-analytics?

I don't. Frankly, I don't really care. If the analytics information helps a web designer to make websites that suck less, that's fine with me. Google Analytics often has better information than those available through server logs.

/I don't use any analytics on my site, and don't even keep http logs.
//I do use WordPress Stats on a blog I run, as the information is general, not user-specific, and useful to see what posts are getting traffic.
 
2010-10-26 08:17:56 PM
One of the techie sites ranked 100 of the most visited sites on the web and only 9 are porn sites, it was something like %16 of a thousand. I don't see it breaking more than %25.
 
2010-10-26 08:34:13 PM
D_Evans45: One of the techie sites ranked 100 of the most visited sites on the web and only 9 are porn sites, it was something like %16 of a thousand. I don't see it breaking more than %25.

I demand you to produce said nine URLs.
 
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