Website Traffic – March 2020 : Today I propose you a new section dedicated to my web traffic on my website! The idea of this section is to share every month KPIS on my site and to follow its evolution over the months. I hope you like this idea and feel free to give me your feedback.
My site was launched in February 2020, I wanted to create a site that could help people interested in data science and programming in general to train and learn new languages.
For this first month, I’ve published 39 new posts ( Yes I’ve been quite active for this launch 🙂 ). The number of visitors is starting to increase slightly, my work on these posts has been successful.
On average in March, my site attracted 5 visitors per day (it may not seem much, but for a first month I am very satisfied).
The acquisition tells you where your visitors come from, such as search engines, social networks or referring sites. This is a key section to know by which channel your visitors come to your site.
As we can see, 70.8% of my visitors come from organic search (i.e. they access my site through search engines). This proves that my content is of interest to internet users and that this is highlighted by the search engines.
The social comes mainly from the posts I publish on my tweeter account ( follow Amiradata on twitter 🙂 )
Countries of origin of the traffic
33% of my visitors come from the United States. My site has been visited by visitors from 40 countries ( yes yes it is international 😀 ). This envisages good opportunities for growth!
For this first month I don’t have much more information to give you. I will try to enrich this section as the months go by. To summarize this month of March 2020, here is the information to remember:
- 5 visitors browse my site on average per day
- 70,8% of the visitors come to my site as a result of a search engine search.
- An international site: 40 countries where my visitors come from
I hope you were interested, I would publish this type of result at the beginning of each month. You will be able to follow the evolution of my site and see how it grows over time.
These data are provided by google analytics, if you want to know more about the tool I advise you to read this book (As an Amazon Partner, I make a profit on qualifying purchases) :