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As Stack Overflow grows day by day and a larger number of people use it daily, what is the total number of hits/day for Stack Overflow?

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See the graphs on this question meta.stackexchange.com/questions/26689/… – ChrisF Feb 4 '10 at 13:03
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You can see the daily figures at Quantcast. By default it shows people, click on the Page-Views option in the combo box to see the views.

Currently it is getting around 1.4-1.5M/day on weekdays and around 0.6M/day at weekends.

Quantcast graph

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Stackoverflow has a quantcast tracking pixel on each page, so these numbers are accurate. Just want to make sure people don't compare these to alexa or other services that merely estimate such data. – Adam Davis Feb 4 '10 at 18:55

I think Jeff mentioned it was currently at around 1.4m hits a day in Podcast #81, so that figure's probably accurate to around Jan 31st, 2010.

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