May 2018 Blog Statistics
May 20, 2018
The 20th falls on a weekend this month, and I’ve been quite busy this weekend, so I’m just going to give that monthly blog stats with pretty much no analysis. If you want to view the previous months’ statistic reports, click on one of the following links:
- January 2018 Blog Statistics
- February 2018 Blog Statistics
- March 2018 Blog Statistics
- April 2018 Blog Statistics
I was able to publish three blog posts in the past month:
- Don’t Discount Your Emotions
- April 2018 Book Reading List
- The Math Behind The Shockingly Simple Math Behind Early Retirement
- Global Rank → 1,061,086
- Rank in the United States →
1,061,086Oops I copied this one wrong…
- Total Sites Linking In → 146
- Sessions → 1,412
- Users → 1,106
- Pageviews → 1,757
Google Analytics Graph for May
- Estimated earnings → $0.73
- Impressions → 1,144
- Clicks → 0
- Earnings / 1,000 sessions = $0.73 / 1.412 = $0.52
- Earnings / 1,000 pageviews = $0.73 / 1.757 = $0.42
- Earnings / 1,000 impressions = $0.73 / 1.144 = $0.64
- Earnings / day = $0.73 / 30 = $0.02
- Sessions / day = 1,412 / 30 = 47.1
- Pageviews / day = 1,757 / 30= 58.6
- Impressions / day = 1,144 / 30 = 38.1
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3 comments for May 2018 Blog Statistics
Your stats aren’t bad, keep at it and I am sure you will see even more growth. Good luck!
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Hey Joe! I find that my pageviews seem to be highly correlated to the number of posts I publish. Is that the case for you as well? It would be interesting to see what percent your pageviews increase by if you increase your posting by x%.
I haven’t looked into it, but I would suspect that pageviews would increase the more posts are published. This would be for a number or reasons. First, at least for me, I tend to promote new posts the most. If I haven’t published a post in a while, I tend not to publish. Two, having more pages means there’s more pages to view. Lastly, people probably prefer to read newer posts.
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