If there’s an underappreciated benefit of blogging, it’s diving into the analytics to understand what content resonates, how it is found and what not only captures attention but also keeps it.
Here are a few statistics:
a. Geography. Most people that spent time with this blog come from the US, followed by the UK, India and Canada.
b. Sources of traffic. Google organic consistently ranks as the top sources of traffic. The next highest ranking is direct visitors, followed by Twitter and Feedburner, which I use for RSS.
c. Social bookmarks. StumbleUpon has a substantial lead over Delicious, Digg and Reddit as social bookmarks I’m most active on. Personally, I use Delicious the most to maintain carefully organized bookmarks I want to save for reference (hoping someone will buy it from Yahoo). I’m not a big user of Reddit, merely sampling it at this point for comparison purposes.
d. Browsers. More visitors use Firefox than any other browser. Internet Explorer is a distant second followed by Chrome and Safari.
The post read posts in 2010?
1) Five free must have iPhone apps for PR pros
3) 7 reasons why Vocus will keep HARO FREE
4) Sales leads from social media: experiment turns thriving community
5) 15 Top PR and Social Media stories in 2010
6) How social media is changing PR
7) PR pros should write for search engines
Thank you for spending some of your time perusing the content on this blog this year!
If you enjoyed this post, you might also like:
A Post about Most Popular Posts