Website trade for The B-Town Blog during a month of June, 2018 was adult over +23% – with impressions adult +33% – over a same duration in 2017, according to eccentric statistics from Google Analytics:
Check out a totals for a Jun 1, 2018 – Jun 30, 2018 stats vs a same time duration in 2017:
- Users: UP +23.4%:
- 62,111 +23.4% vs 50,334 (in 2017)
- Pageviews: UP +32.52%:
- 462,934 +32.52% vs 349,328 (2017)
Monthly averages for The B-Town Blog for a initial 6 months of 2018:
- Sessions: 101,856/month
- Pageviews: 406,454/month
It’s expected that one violation news story in sold – a live, ongoing, endless coverage of an “active shooter” (thankfully with no injuries) on SR 509 on Jun 13 – is obliged for many of a trade boost for a month (it reached scarcely 14,000 Readers in one day).
These stats are sparkling to us, as when we initial started The B-Town Biog in Dec. 2007, a aim monthly dissemination was 10,000, that seemed like a lofty idea during a time (that was a estimate dissemination of a internal newspaper, that has given declined drastically).
Yet now here we are, pulling in some-more than 10 times that, as good as some-more than twice a race of Burien (~50,000) in monthly Readers(!).
Overall, a network of 7 internal blogs powered by South King Media have averaged 140,809 Sessions per month, and 473,005 Pageviews/month for a initial half of 2018.
ONLINE/MOBILE NEWS CONTINUES TO TROUNCE PRINT
We trust that a continued altogether expansion is due to a fact that some-more people cite to get their news fast online and mobile than in print. Personally, we consider that by a time something is printed, it’s “old news.”
We’re also unapproachable to reside by time-tested, veteran broadcasting ethics. We’re a multiple, award-winning member of a Society of Professional Journalists, and a stream active member of LION Publishers, and we belong to their proven journalistic standards.
Again, THANKS for all your support for creation The B-Town Blog a #1 internal news, events, arts, entertainment, video and some-more source for a area! And greatfully support our Advertisers – but them, we couldn’t do what we do.
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Posted by Scott Schaefer on Friday, Jul 6, 2018 during 2:00 pm
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