Folks, It is time to celebrate yet another landmark for RituSays (Ritu’s Corner). We just crossed the magical figure of 50,000 Page Views (In fact, as we write this, we are already nearing 54K !!). We still remember how ecstatic, we were, when our site-stats crossed 500 at the start of this year (yes, you heard it right, we celebrated even 500 page-views !!) and then again around the mid of this year, when we received our First Page Rank of 1 from Google. In a span of just 9 months, we managed to clock 50,000 page views, averaging around 180 page views every day. I have tried putting some Smart Stats for our Blog.
- The month of August brought the maximum number of page views 8,593, while January was the least productive one with only 1,489 page views. Average page views per day for August and January were 277 and 48 respectively.
- The busiest day i.e maximum page views that our blog attracted for a single day, was 429 on September 26th. We don’t have the exact date, when we had the minimum page views for a single day, as WordPress doesn’t store site-stats on a daily basis. But we expect that must been in the months of January, when it averaged 48 page views per day.
- ~11000 page-views happened via searches using keywords, with the following search words bringing maximum number of visitspf account balance 451
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- Close to 5,000 page-views happened via referrals from various websites (predominantly search engines like Google, social media channels like Facebook and Twitter and email-subscription via Yahoo, Gmail)google.co.in 1,977
- A total of 34 people subscribed to our blogs, while there were 10 subscribers for comment subscriptions.
- A total of 97 posts were written, with January being the most productive one with as many as 33 blog posts. The credit to this goes to “WordPress Post A Day” challenge, which we so enthusiastically participated in, but had to call off due to other priorities.
- Out of a total of 17 categories, Finance has seen the most number of articles written with as many as 32 blog-posts.
- A total of 97 comments were posted, with Track Your Provident Fund being the most commented article with 20 comments.
- Following is the list of top 10 blog posts, that attracted maximum number of page views from our readers
All this has been possible due to all our readers, who have frequently visited our site and found our blog-contents interesting and useful. We hope, you will continue doing so and find our blogs useful. At times, we have not been able to update the blogs as frequently as we would have liked to, but we promise, we will try to keep such instances to minimum. Thank you all and wish you a very happpy Diwali 🙂