Performancing Metrics June Stats

Matt Mullenweg has released the June statistics for, and even more interesting than the raw stats is the information posted below them.

He mentions things like the fact that after English, the top languages using are Spanish, Turkish, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, and Indonesian.

Another interesting fact is that the most popular desktop blogging client for is Windows Live Writer. Is it really that good?

And the last super interesting fact on the June update is that uses 3 terabytes of bandwidth a day. If you are a technology guy, let that sink in for a second. That means is pushing 90 terabytes of transfer a month.

Of course there is the usual stats which include some impressive information.

  • 122 thousand blogs were created.
  • 135 thousand new users joined.
  • 4,039 support requests.
  • 1.7 million posts and 687 thousand new pages.
  • 2.5 million comments.
  • 28.2 million spam comments blocked.
  • 2.2 million logins.
  • 240.8 million pageviews on, and another 71 million on self-hosted blogs.

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  1. Scot Smith says: 7/2/2007

    That is amazing… I wonder how many of those blogs were made by spammers? :)


  2. MattR says: 7/3/2007

    Windows Live Writer really is that good…


  3. Amrit Hallan says: 7/3/2007

    I’ve been using Windows Live Writer for a few months now and their Beta 2 is really good. Only once it created some problem for me and I almost lost a big post, but a helpful guy in their development team helped me retrieve it within a few hours.


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