Some statistics from 2015
- 3,700,000 – page views, up slightly on 2014
- 900,000 – individual sessions spent on the site
- 18% – increase in users in November and December compared with 2014. I can only assume this was down to our removal of the requirement to sign-in to use Trip!
- 650,000 – number of users of the site
- 4,560,603 – number of minutes spent on the site
- 76,010 – hours spent on the site
- 178,000 – number of most recent registered user. This suggests the actual number of registered users is 142-160,000 registered users. This represents an increase of nearly 40,000 last year
- 350 – mentions in articles
- 83% – users accessing the site via a desktop computer (mobile 11% and tablet 6%)
- 46% – users accessing the site with Chrome, the most popular browser (IE 20% and Safari 16%)
- 22% – users from the USA followed by UK 13%, Spain 8%, Canada 5% and Australia 4%
The above figures are based on users actively coming to the website and does not include an increasing large number of people searching Trip via our webservice. So, if we assume an average of 2 searches per session and assume 20% of the searches coming via webservice (obviously the assumptions makes accuracy problematic) that equates to 2,160,000 searches in 2015. From previous analysis we have estimated that 40.8% of searches help improve patient care. Therefore, probably the most important statistic of the lot:
881,280 – number of times Trip helped improve patient care in 2015.