|How many visits a day do you get? What type of comments do you receive?
Good comments but not enough visitors. I just don't know how to promote the thing.
I get about 20 to 100 visits a day.
The type of comments vary. Sometimes reactions on the article or a tip for another article on the subject, sometimes a simple retweet of the posting.
Ranges from 0 to dozens, depending on the day and the particular blog. Where I post regularly, I get reads and comments. Comments are usually very support of what I have written. Occasionally, the commenter will ask a question regarding the post content.
Comments are always positive and requesting more details.
I get more feedback face to face than online.
Per day is something like 5 - 10. Most comments are along the lines of "That's cool. I'm glad you shared." With a bit of their own personal experience with the subject, whatever it was/is.
It varies, since I send posts anywhere from many times a day to none. New posts get advertised.
I receive around 2500 hits per month, but this is growing. I am not a comment seeking blogger, but do get at least ten comments per post. Most are very supportive, and I think my writing is easy for most women to relate to.
I have slowly been building readership. It is now up to about 40 people/day. Not many comments.
My travel blog is pretty new. So far, in the first 2 weeks there has been between 45 and 178 visits per day.
The comments the visitors have left so far are either congratulations for the nice website, or thanking for the useful information or agreeing with what I have written.
The comments are a very powerful motivation to continue blogging. It rewards us (bloggers) for the long (or not) hours spent writing an article, selecting pictures and putting all the information together for our readers.
It varies from day to day. My technical blog gets around 400 unique visitors a day whereas one of my political blogs gets 1000+ depending on the stories running.
I find that visits to my technical blog go down at the weekend which is due to people having time off work and my technical blog is primarily visited by people looking for answers to technical problems.
Comments are varied, mostly on the topical issues discussed, sometimes lightly personal asking of my well being e.t.c. I get about 100 visits a day.
It depends on the subject matter. Some posts get a lot more then others. On average between 120 - 200 hits a day. Most comments I receive are people commenting on the wine, spirit or event I've written about or giving me recommendations to try something they've enjoyed in relation to the post.
I am still very small and get only a few visits and comments.
I can't tell how many visits I'm getting on my most active blog post because it within a group and there aren't any stats on the number of visits. I get 3 or so posts daily from that group. One post hit a nerve and I got 10 posts that day.
Talk about motivation!
On a typical day, we get anywhere from 30 - 100 visitors (remember we're still starting out!). I mostly get compliments; people appreciate that I do Q&A's with people and discuss lesser-known NY designers. Only one person vehemently disagreed with something I had written, but he was so passionate I loved it!
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