THANKS READERS! March Traffic Record: 51K+ Readers & 102K+ Pageviews
March 2010 was a record-setting month for The B-Town Blog, with over 51,000+ Unique Visitors and 102,000+ Page Views, and like we did in 2009 (November, October, September and August, July, etc.), we’d like to shout out a huge THANK YOU to all our beloved Readers and Advertisers for the following statistics:
- 51,459 Unique Visitors â€“ an average of 1,660 per day!
- 102,816 Page Views â€“ an average of over 3,316 per day!
That translates to an overall traffic increase of +23% growth for Unique Visitors and +30% growth for Page Views over February!
Not bad, considering that Burien’s post-annexation “new” population is just over 46,000.
Here are the most recent stats from Sitemeter, a widely-used, independent website that tracks internet traffic:
We’re proud of our success here, because we work hard to serve our Community.
The B-Town Blog is also one of the few (if any) websites we know of that is absolutely transparent in its website traffic statistics â€“ something you will NOT see on any other competing “local” websites (we use quotation marks because ones produced in downtown Seattle aren’t truly “local” now, are they?).
“Transparent” of course means that, at any time, YOU can click on one of at least three statistics links in the footer of the website (at the bottom of any page), and see what kind of traffic we’re getting right then and there from external, independent sources.
We’d also like to remind any potential Advertisers out there to shop around and ask for proof of website traffic numbers from other sites before buying, because our philosophy, though simple, is very effective:
LOTS OF LOCAL EYEBALLS
Click on a logo below to see our stats (keep in mind that statistics vary with each independent measuring company, something that’s not in our control):
And remember, we are here to serve our community, since we all live, work, shop, eat and drink here.
We are active members of Discover Burien as well as the Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce, and you’ll see us at various events, the upcoming weekly Farmers Markets, festivals, city council meetings and much more.
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