Sunday Stats (Alternate Title: What Watching Sesame Street in the 80s Taught You About Life)

It’s Sunday, which means it’s time for more fun with stats!

Get excited.

Today we’re looking at the browsers that were used when all you writers filled out your WriterAccess applications in 2013.

Who used what?

Seems like Chrome is home for the vast majority of you. 965 new writer applications were filled out using Google Chrome.

Firefox was in 2nd place with 572.

Explorer came in 3rd with 290.

Safari came in 4th with 190.

And bringing up the rear was Opera with 17.

What does this teach us? Well to quote the old Sesame Street song: “One of these things is not like the other, one of these things just doesn’t belong…”

browsers

It teaches us that if you want your browser to be popular, give it a completely circular logo.

And now for: “So this is how you found us?”

(That name is a work in progress. We’ll gladly accept new ideas in the comments)

Below are the search terms that brought some of you (you know who you are) to this site:

2nd grade comebacks (your mom)

texting hurting writing skills (not if you’re doing it right)

can ky gel be used in ears (used for what??)

is writer access lehit? (we’re hreat, hive us a try!)

do not interrupt writers (or they will yell at you)

do they come back to you (only if you send them via boomerang)

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Charlotte Garden is in charge of all the blog content at WriterAccess. She’s a blogger by trade, a Gemini by birth, and frequently peppers references from 80s movies throughout her posts for her own amusement.


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