Monday, January 10, 2011

Growing readership

A quick statistical update on this blog's reader numbers, which is still on the increase, with no less than 75% among the "Returning Visitor" category, reaching a solid 124,000 regular readers last year, with more than 500,000 page loads.

Such growth figures are the marketeer's wet dream, and let's hope it also results in the music getting wider audiences and better understanding.

Thank you all for the interest, and to the new contributors for moving this initiative furter.

stef







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11 comments:

Maarten said...

What did you expect? It's a good blog :).

Anonymous said...

Thank you , Stef!

Anonymous said...

Once again Stef - thanks for the great work and introducing a lot of great albums and artist to a lot of people.

Guy said...

watch out, or the media sharks are gonna start offering big bucks to put justin bieber ads on the homepage ;)

jazzowy alchemik said...

Hi Stef congratulations. Those numbers are mindblowing. You kind of spoil the fun for me (celebrating first 2777 visits). wanted to ask - how do You get so precise statistics? the one I can see on blogger aren't that informative and don't show unique and returning readers which I guess would be the most important number.
Congrats again.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I begin on internet with a directory

polish jazz said...

If it goes that way longer Stef, in couple of years time people shall instead of Shakira or Beyonce worship Ken Vandermark and Susie Ibarra. Mindlowing indeed! Cheers folk ;-)))

IB said...

That said, if we all could sell 120,000 copies... Well, 12,000 would already be something, I stale at 120 T_T

polish jazz said...

And it will rather be difficult to change these figures unless in Daily Mail we read that Ken Vandermark broke up with Shakira and is dating secretly with Susie Ibara which is reported to have secret lesbian relationship with Beyonce. That will perhaps create more demand for their music in the end :-]

Stef said...

The calculator is use is Statcounter : http://statcounter.com/

It's free, and very detailed.

stef

joesh said...

You can also use Google Analytics, also free and very detailed. Just paste a bit of code into your website, or into your blog, and you're up and away!