Private Law Theory blog, the first 4 months – highlights of 2011

This blog went live on 3 September. 4,737 pageviews so far, from 2,519 distinct visits. 60% of the visits are from returning users. Only 9% of visits involved mobile devices. The most common browsers are IE (30%), Safari (23%), Firefox (22%) and Chrome (21%). Most of the traffic comes direct (54%), some is referred (27%), a little is from search engines (19% – though mostly the search term is the name of the blog).

Top ten countries (percentage of total visits):

  1. Canada (16%)
  2. Ireland (15%)
  3. United Kingdom (14%)
  4. Australia (13%)
  5. United States (12%)
  6. Israel (4%)
  7. France (3%)
  8. Italy (2%)
  9. Sweden (2%)
  10. Singapore (2%)

Top cities (percentage of total visits):

  1. Cork (10.7%)
  2. Kingston, Ontario (6.1%)
  3. Toronto (4.1%)
  4. Sydney (4.0%)
  5. Dublin (3.8%)
  6. Cambridge, England (3.7%)
  7. Montreal (3.5%)
  8. Melbourne (3.3%)
  9. Brisbane (2.9%)
  10. Strasbourg (2.8%)
  11. London, England (2.2%)
  12. Jerusalem (2.1%)
  13. Oxford (1.9%)

Top ten posts:

  1. Proposal for a Common European Sales Law
  2. Does ‘Sorry’ Incriminate? Evidence, Harm and the Meaning of Apologies (Helmreich)
  3. The Concept of Ownership and the Relativity of Title (Katz)
  4. Classical Contract Law, Past and Present (Rosenberg)
  5. Corrective Justice and Unjust Enrichment (Doyle)
  6. Liability Under Uncertain Causation? Four Talmudic Answers to a Contemporary Tort Dilemma (Shmueli and Sinai)
  7. How to Opt into the Common European Sales Law? Brief Comments on the Commission’s Proposal for a Regulation (Hesselink)
  8. Nuisance as a Strict Liability Wrong (Keating)
  9. Philosophy of Tort Law (Fabra Zamora)
  10. The Future of Contract Law (Grundmann)

(All statistics ignore visits by the site owner himself.)

 

1 Comment to "Private Law Theory blog, the first 4 months – highlights of 2011"

  1. Neil Foster's Gravatar Neil Foster
    27 December 2011 - 11:47 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the info, Steve. This is a really helpful resource, I’m very grateful to you for putting all this stuff together in the one place! I’ve even learned to love the snowflakes…:)
    Cheers
    Neil

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