Archive for the 'Google Analytics' Category

Oct 23 2008

The “Recent Comments” Widget Works!

I provide advice about how to write novels, comic books and graphic novels. Most of my content applies to fiction-writing in general, but I also provide articles specifically about superhero stories.

In the four weeks since we’ve added the Recent Comments widget, our comment-traffic is up about 800%.

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Jul 03 2008

We broke 25,000 hits for 2008 today!

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Apr 30 2008

Using Google Analytics to Promote Your Book Intelligently

Authors, particularly new and unproven ones, have to use promotional events to drive sales. Google Analytics can provide useful information about which cities are worth promoting in. The conventional wisdom is probably that the most readers for the typical book can be found in large cities (NYC, Chicago, LA…) But you can probably do a lot better than just hitting up large cities.

For example, we’ve tabulated our numbers for January 2008 and found that Atlanta and Toronto currently have almost as many Superhero Nation readers as NYC.

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Mar 25 2008

Changes with Google Analytics?

Google Analytics reports that only 40% of our visitors on Tuesday were new. Previously, that number had never been less than 90%.

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