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Monthly Traffic Report – March 2013

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Dukeo being a live case study, it’s important to keep track of traffic stats to follow the growth of this blog. I share the REAL stats of this website copied directly from Google Analytics.

Use these traffic reports to keep an idea of the kind of traffic you can generate over time when starting a blog from scratch, without leveraging any other web property.

Unique Visitors and Pageviews

Let’s start with some general data about this month traffic: unique visitors and pageviews. These two indicators are the most commonly used in web statistics. Every webmaster know how many unique visitors he is receiving monthly as well as the number of page impressions.

Here is Dukeo’s data: first graph represents the evolution over the past 24 months, second graph represents data over the past 12 months.

Unique Visitors and Pageviews

Traffic Sources

Here is a general overview of the sources where dukeo’s traffic has been coming from during the past month.

Traffic Sources

Top 5 Traffic Sources

Wondering what are the top 5 traffic sources of dukeo.com? Here comes the answer.

Top 5 Traffic Sources

Top 10 Keywords

Following comes the list of the top 10 keywords which brought some traffic from search engines to dukeo.

  1. dukeo (50)
  2. ninja (17)
  3. how to make money taking pictures (10)
  4. how can i make money reviewing books (8)
  5. john chow scams (8)
  6. creative billboards (7)
  7. entrepreneur is living (7)
  8. my mobile money pages review (7)
  9. review books for money (7)
  10. yaro starak scam (7)

Let’s add some interesting information about the number of keywords which are bringing traffic to dukeo.

Number of Keywords

Top 10 Posts/Pages

And finally, here is the list of the top 10 most viewed posts/pages during last month. This may include some posts which have been published during previous months but are still very popular or highly ranked in SERPs.

  1. Homepage (14452)
  2. WordPress SEO: Get Insane Traffic From Google (1119)
  3. How To Start A Blog: Complete Guide (1039)
  4. List Building: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need (847)
  5. Why Dukeo Will Help You Make Money Online (792)
  6. Best Free SEO / Online Marketing Tools (672)
  7. Top Ten Blog Design Mistakes (590)
  8. 10 Techniques to Increase Page Views on Your Blog (483)
  9. The 10 Commandments to Successful Blogging (482)
  10. 185 Extremely Creative Billboards To Use As Inspiration For Your Ads (457)

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10 Comments

  1. Ian Cleary

    Interesting to see a big spike in January, any reason?

    1. I had increased the posting frequency

    2. Ammar Ali

      that’s good.

      Hope to see more interesting content from you. I’ve seen that you’re using Google Adwords to get traffic. Is it converting well?

    3. I use AdWords almost exclusively for branding with retargeting, so the conversion rate on this traffic is not my primary focus. It’s just about getting my brand in front of people.

  2. Affiliate Manager

    I’m very happy to see affposts accounted for over 1% of your traffic! Looking forward to seeing that number increase in the coming months :)

  3. Great break down and stats. Are you writing all of the content yourself? I noticed a ton of posts going live daily!

    1. I went overboard in January by publishing 10 new posts per day. But the current 4/5 posts per day is completely sustainable.

  4. Thomas Mcmahon

    With your top 10 keywords – where any of them a surprise to you, or did you target all of those terms?

    1. “ninja” was really a surprise since I didn’t specifically target it. I guess I’ll never fully understand how Google picks up relevant keywords for websites…

    2. Thomas Mcmahon

      Haha, neither will I, plus it’s changing all the time. Rand Fishkin has a great video about how sites are starting to rank for keywords that they’ve never targeted or even featured on their site. There aren’t even anchor text rich links pointing back to the sites – just references on other websites.