Contents for June 2017 Blog Numbers
- Blog Numbers sharing post – Round Six!
- Interested in our Twitter Stats?
- At a Glance
- The Details
Blog Numbers sharing post – Round Six!
OKAY, SO HERE ARE THE GOOGLE ANALYTIC NUMBERS FOR June 2017.
Sessions : 271 | | This is a 3% decrease from May | Decreased X
Total number of Sessions within the date range. A session is the period time a user is actively engaged with your website, app, etc. All usage data (Screen Views, Events, Ecommerce, etc.) is associated with a session.
Users : 250 | | A 0.4% decrease from May | Decreased X
Users that have had at least one session within the selected date range. Includes both new and returning users.
Pageviews : 344 | | This is a 14% decrease… still my own fault…but I’ll turn it around! | Decreased X
Pageviews is the total number of pages viewed. Repeated views of a single page are counted.
Pages / Session : 1.27 | | 11% less – 🙁 | Decreased X
Pages/Session (Average Page Depth) is the average number of pages viewed during a session. Repeated views of a single page are counted.
Bounce Rate : 81% | | 1% increase – 🙁 | Increased X
Bounce Rate is the percentage of single-page visits (i.e. visits in which the person left your site from the entrance page without interacting with the page).
% New Sessions: 86% | | 5% more | Increased ✔
An estimate of the percentage of first time visits.
None, but that is my own fault for not properly preparing for my longer than expected absence. (I know, I keep beating on that same drum)
Top Social Referrer
Twitter again takes the gold! (and the drummer drums)
Introducing: Top Website Referrer
Google Organic Search this time.. our organic search traffic has been increasing each month but this is the first time its produced the most hits on the site. I really excited to where this is going to lead as we resume a regular posting schedule with quality content!
June’s Top Four most Popular Pages with View Count:
Interested in our Twitter Stats?
I decided to continue sharing the Twitter activities because its just so exciting to share the results of one’s efforts!
At a Glance
June 2017 – Summary
Tweets: 378 | Tweet impressions: 84.4K | Profile visits: 1,426 | Mentions: 52 | New followers: 226
I’ve given up on the 28 day summary graph and will just post the numbers from the month! Yay for numbers people!
Tweets: 435 | Tweet impressions: 94.8K | Profile visits: 1,957 | Mentions: 52 | New followers: 373
Tweets: 446 | Tweet impressions: 83.6K | Profile visits: 1,193 | Mentions: 78 | New followers: 76 (ouch)
Tweets: 490 | Tweet impressions: 104K | Profile visits: 6,433 | Mentions: 158 | New followers: 929
Tweets: 677 | Tweet impressions: 65.2K | Profile visits: 3,132 | Mentions: 128 | New followers: 299
Tweets: 556 | Tweet impressions : 45.2K | Profile visits : 2,350 | Mentions : 75 | New followers : 231
- SNAP (Social Networks Auto Poster): This plugin has been very helpful for sending out new posts automatically to not only Twitter. We configured the tweet to include a shortened URL from Rebrandly using the domain we purchased from GoDaddy and learned how to use UTM parameters to track website visits from these tweets.
- Disclaimer* Lest you think the Twitter account is mainly automated, each morning and evening we are active on twitter itself and have been able to connect with some wonderful people this way.
Plans moving forward:
- TPOHappiness had over 1k profile visits but the website again had significantly less than that in new sessions over the same period. We need to determine how to better drive traffic from our Twitter profile to the website, still. Hmm…
Okay, so this is the final June 2017 Twitter Summary.
- We averaged just over 47 Profile visits and over 2.8k tweet impressions each day
- The Top Tweet earned 1.5k Impressions
Well, that’s it for Twitter so far. What do you think, did we do okay for this month on Twitter? Is that where you found us? Let us know in the comments below.
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