The access analysis of the Home Page of WatanabeSato and Fuzita's site|
According to the retirement of the author of Japanesse Culture for foreigners, World Culture for Japanese and some other contents were were rlocated to the site of the author himself from April 2008.The access history of the Fujita's site
As to the accesses before the April of 2008, the contents that were ought to be the ones of Fuzita's site are treated as Fuzita's site.
The old version of "Small Construction Dictionary" was relocated to Fuzita's site in the name of "Old Construction Dictionary".
The accesses to Watanbesato's site is decreasing rapidly, probably because the new edition of "Small Construction Dictionary" is not well known to the public. The old "Small Construction Dictionary" was transfered to Fuzita's site. The accesses to Fuzita's site is increasing accordingly.
The accesses to Japanese Culture and World Culture are decreasing. Probably the appearances of more interactive sites such as SNS or Twitters explains the decrease. Visitors like to not only viewing the contents but also like to have discussions instantly or directly.
Ranking by countries regarding file views in Octpber of 2017 at Fuzita Site
The pages for japanese culuture were relocatet to Fuzita site from WatanabeSato site. Accordingly the access from foreign countries concentrate in Fuzita's site. The below is the Result of Fuzita's site.
Remarkable are Philipine coming up to 4th pushing away Canada, and Russia coming up to 7th (formerly around 50th). Probably the plenitude of Google translating service accounts for the increase of accesses from Russia.
|3||Switzerland||10954||43||Argentina||169||83||Uzbekistan||12||123||Turks & Caicos Isl.||1|
|4||European Union||8784||44||Austria||169||84||Dominica||9||124||Dominica Republic||1|
|5||Australia||6958||45||Israel||157||85||Kirghiz Republic||8||125||El Salvador||1|
|6||Korea||5566||46||Greek||148||86||Antigua and Barbuda||6||126||Republic of Guyana||1|
|11||Philippines||2227||51||British Indian Ocean Territory||103||91||Senegal||6||131||Oman||1|
|15||Malaysia||1340||55||Brunei Darussalam||78||95||Georgia Republic||5||135||New Caledonia (Fr.)||1|
|18||Netherlands||974||58||Saudi Arabia||65||98||Morocco||5||138||Guam (US)||1|
|19||Singapore||962||59||Bangladesh||59||99||Kenya||5||139||Republic of Angola||1|
|20||Italy||918||60||Republic of Srpska||56||100||Trinidad & Tobago||4||140||Macau||1|
|28||India||584||68||Iran||41||108||Guatemala||3||148||British Virgin Islands||0|
|29||Spain||567||69||Croatia||40||109||Peru||3||149||Virgin Islands (USA)||0|
|34||United Arab Emirates||336||74||Costa Rica||33||114||Aruba||2||154||Curaćao||0|
|35||Hong Kong||332||75||Burkina Faso||29||115||Haiti||2||155||Saint Martin||0|
Share of Search Engines in Octpber of 2017
Accesses to WatanabeSato (page view)
Yahoo allied with MSN (Bing) as to the data base except in Japan. In Japan Yahoo allied with Google as to the data base. These alliances are both getting remarkable success. The results show the poor data base technology of Yahoo and the excellent displaying technology of Yahoo. MSN (Bing) seems to have very poor data displaying technology.
Accesses to Fuzita's site
Ā@The translation between japanese and other languages are still awfully miserable though japanese-Korean and japanese-Chinese are fairly used. The difficulty of translation of japanese is that in japanese grammer, the subject word is not the must and sentences without the subject word are very common.
As a result of unification of MSN (Bing) and Yahoo, Yahoo is recovering the share. In Japan, Yahoo decided to adopt the Google data. This tactic of Yahoo resulted apparent gain in share until 2012. But now losing its share, probably because of the progress of searching technology of other engines, especially as to measure of blocking SEO cheating technique.
The share of browsers varies according to the contents of the site. Watanabesato's site has no english content though some visitors access to the pages of japansed culture which wwre transfered to Fuzita's site as a result of the retirement of the author. In Japan, Yahoo Search Engine is said to have the share. The share of Yahoo at Watanabesoto's site is about 50% probably influenced by the access to former now non-existing japanese culture pages.
Fuzita's site has the pages of japanese culture. As a result, 50% or more of accesses are from foreign countries. This explains the less share of Yahoo search engine.
Share of Browsers in Octpber of 2017
WatanabeSato Site (based on file views)
Fuzita's site (based on file views)
*In both of Netscape, Explorer 3.x includes lower versions. Explorer 6.x includes 7.x an 8.x (recently observed)
| Among browsers, the trend of share among browsers was analyzed.|
IE7 japanese edition was released in November 2006. The share of IE7 is increasing duely but dull. Strange is the fact that the share of share of total IE is slightly decreasing nevertheless the increase of IE7.
Now IE8 has become the mainstream of IE and IE9 can not be neglected. Formerly IE8 and IE9 were included in IE7 in this analysis here. From July 2011 they were separated. Firefox is filling the loss of IE.Probably the users do not need further functional upgrade from Explorer 6.x. Now Safari aquired a firm base. Safari includes iPhone and iPad. The share increase of Explorer 7.x is dull. Chrome and Safari are similar as to HTML browsing method. Until May 2011 Chrome and Safari were not discriminated. Now the Chrome of Google is becoming the strongest competitor against the Explorer of Microsoft.
The decrease of Explorer 7.x in WatanabeSato may be explained the conservative tendency of japanese people that as far as they are fairly content with present browser, they are reluctant to upgrade to new edition nor try and change to other browsers.
As a result of the transferring the "Construction dictionary" to Fuzita's site, the share of Explorer is increasing in Fuzita's site.
The difference of share of browsers between Watanabesato's site and Fuzita's site is explained also by the difference of contents as in the case of Search engines.