This was an interesting study that I just did – so, I thought that I would share it here as it also leads to a message that that I wanted to convey (after seeing the results myself now).
Using the total “Page Views” for WasWatching.com for May 2007 as a “baseline,” I looked at (page views for) the next 11 months forward – including a pro-rated April 2008 – to see where those months “sat” (in terms of a percentage) compared to that May 2007 baseline. Here are the results:
May-07 100.0% June-07 92.3% July-07 115.6% August-07 94.0% September-07 92.7% October-07 96.1% November-07 91.5% December-07 94.3% January-08 91.3% February-08 101.1% March-08 106.7% April-08 139.7%
The dip from November 2007 through January 2008 can be written off due to it being the “off-season” and I’m willing to look past that. But, what’s nice to see is that the numbers for February 2008 are right there where they were for May 2007. And, the numbers, when you look at March and April 2008, are climbing.
Seeing this, I wanted to take a second to thank the readers of WasWatching.com for their interest in this blog. The numbers show that just as many people read it now as was reported a year ago. (And, they also suggest that even more are reading it now – or, at the least, those reading it are reading it more often.)
It’s awesome to see that my fellow Yankees and/or baseball fans get something out of WasWatching.com.