Paul stated in this post:
“The data above is for unique users.”
Having a look at the graph (not saying anything about the % of market share as I do not know how big the market is) it is labelled:
“…measured by visits, based on UK usage”
Visits are not unique users.
Iain has done exactly the same. In this post said: “March saw 239,368 unique visitors“, when the accompanying screen shot shows visits. Visitors and Visits are not the same.
And again in this comment he does it again: “Google Analytics uses the term Visitors… Google counted 239,000 for me in March”.
No it didn’t. it counted 239,000 visits!!
Both of these jokers keep saying unique visitors or absolute unique visitors but their screen shots clearly show the figures are actually visits.
Iain, Paul, if I can work it out then you really have lost.
Stop being gits, you’re just embarrassing yourselves now.