Annual Statement, 2018

Site disclosures

Total operating cost: $192

Total content acquisition costs: $0

Total site visits: 74,081* (-9.7% over 2017)

Total unique visitors: 62,638 68,435 (-8.5% over 2017)

Total pageviews: 101,049 (-11% over 2017)

Top referrers:
Twitter (2045)
Reddit (1312)
Facebook (584)
ABA Journal (470)
Blogarama (216)
Top-Law-Schools (164)
Election Law Blog (115)
SCOTUSBlog (92)

Most popular content (by pageviews):
Ranking the most liberal and conservative law firms (July 16, 2013) (19,051)
Visualizing the 2018 U.S. News law school rankings--the way they should be presented (Mar. 14, 2017) (6218)
Politifact fact-check: the Ninth Circuit is, in fact, the most reversed federal court of appeals (Feb. 20, 2017) (3760)
February 2017 MBE bar scores collapse to all-time record low in test history (Apr. 7, 2017) (3251)
Where are they now? Supreme Court clerks, OT 2007 (Sept. 22, 2017) (2627)
The best prospective law students read Homer (Apr. 7, 2014) (2449)

I have omitted "most popular search results" (99% of search results not disclosed by search engine, very few common searches in 2017).

Sponsored content: none

Revenue generated: none

Platform: Squarespace

Privacy disclosures

External trackers: one (Google Analytics)

Individuals with internal access to site at any time in 2017: one (Derek Muller)

*Over the course of a year, various spam bots from sites like Semalt, Adfly, Snip.to, and others may begin to visit the site at a high rate. As they did so, I added them to a referral exclusion list, but their initial visits are not disaggregated from the overall totals. These sites are also excluded from the top referrers list. Additionally, all visits from my own computers are excluded.