June 2018 Blog Statistics
The year is already half over, meaning this is the sixth blog statistics report with six more to go this year. I’m looking forward to December’s end-of-year report when I can graph these values, although I suppose six values are enough to graph.
A few meta status comments regarding this blog:
I revamped the tags section: instead of having a separate page for each tag, I have one page with a list of tags, and a list of what posts are under that tag
I also added a referral link page just for the fun of it - all referral links on that page are just redirects to the actual link
Finally, although I haven’t done it yet, I’ll be removing the StumbleUpon share/stumble social media button. StumbleUpon is closing down at the end of the month. It’s being effectively replaced by Mix. I do have a Mix profile and might add a Mix share button to replace the StumbleUpon button.
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
- May 2018 Blog Statistics
I was able to publish four blog posts in the past month:
- 4th of July Independence Day Themed Table Topics
- Will Making Twice-Monthly Half Mortgage Payments Save Money?
- 2004 Honda Civic Cabin Air Filter Replacement
- May 2018 Book Reading List
Onto the numbers:
- Global Rank → 1,132,272
- Rank in the United States → 181,152
- Total Sites Linking In → 148
- Sessions → 1,251
- Users → 1,081
- Pageviews → 1,636
Google Analytics Graph for June
- Estimated earnings → $1.26
- Impressions → 863
- Clicks → 1
- Earnings / 1,000 sessions = $1.26 / 1.251 = $1.01
- Earnings / 1,000 pageviews = $1.26 / 1.636 = $0.77
- Earnings / 1,000 impressions = $1.26 / 0.863 = $1.46
- Earnings / day = $1.26 / 31 = $0.04
- Sessions / day = 1,251 / 31 = 40.4
- Pageviews / day = 1,636 / 31= 52.8
- Impressions / day = 863 / 31 = 27.8
I’ve done better with earnings - which is probably the most important number! But my Alexa has slipped back over 1 million since April when it was under a million.
I think I’m doing fine - probably better than if I didn’t do these blog reports and keep track.
If you do blog statistic reports, feel free to share the URL of your most recent one in the comment section below.