It's clear to see how Ubuntu users arrive at the site. It's hard to Google for specific problem with "Ubuntu" in the query and not end up here. We're part of the documentation and we're featured (Ask!) on the Ubuntu bar that adorns most Ubuntu sites.
But how are Mint users landing here?
- Is there Mint documentation that recommends us to Mint users?
- Are we coming up as the result for searches that include "Mint" in the query?
One way that we have no control over is Mint users recommending us (through their searches). We feature on over a thousand posts on the Mint Forums and that's great.
But if there are other methods people are getting into the site (as above), we might be able to fix them. If we have pages that are stuffed with Mint-based keywords, we might be able to skew it to a bit more of an Ubuntu audience.
Similarly, if there's Mint documentation that's directly recommending us as a place to get their problems fixed, we should be able to politely request that changed to a better venue like [Unix.se].
I'd also like to hear from actual Mint users if they've ended up here. They might be able to help identify other routes into the site.