Drawing Insight From Your Annual Report
For all learners and experts of blogging. This should be some methods and guidelines that got to where you’re or would bring out that finish in you.
Note: Annual Reports weren’t sent automatically to all users. You had to publish at least one post for the year and get over five-hundred views in 2014 in order to generate a report.
At the end of 2014, when we were ringing in the new year, the busy data wizards at WordPress.com prepared and emailed a “2014 in Blogging” Annual Report for many of our blogs:
Your report was a fun snapshot of your blogging activity last year, including:
- your blog’s total views
- the total number of uploaded images and published posts
- your most-viewed posts and top referring sites
- your most active commenters
Understand and Analyze Your Stats:
As we’ve said before in our Stats Wrangling series (listed at left), analyzing these sorts of numbers…
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