|How many visits a day do you get? What type of comments do you receive?
Lately I have an average of 60 visits per day. I have received a lot of very positive feedback from colleagues in the industry who find my articles very interesting, this is very motivating.
I receive about 20 visits per day and receive comments from sufferers of PTSD and their families about what they are going through in their own lives.
very few, on the best postings a max. of 50 visits. very few, normally positive comments.
i don't know about how many visits a day at my blog, and i'am not having any comment yet.
My blog is fairly small but has a core group of dedicated readers. I get about 85 hits a day on average. My blog is fairly new though as I have not started writing it on a regular basis until last December.
I'm not sure. I know all my friends like to read my blogs. I usually post a link on facebook when I update my blog and whomever can go and read it. Most of my friends and readers comment on how they think I'm funny, I try.
Visits depends. Some times I get quite enough. Within less than one year my blog was visited by 2500+ which I feel is ok for a beginner.
Comments are always welcome. It can be comments, complements or criticisms. I get a mixture of all.
The blog is still young so I don't have a lot of tracking info yet. It can take awhile for a blog to catch on, to build up a readership. I have had very supportive comments to my posts to date.
Visits to www.kidTruant.com depend upon a lot of things. If I am blogging regularly I average from 5-10 people a day to the site. Via RSS feed I have more than 20 people, with a couple of others registered to receive a daily feed via emai. If I blog about a topic that's pretty hot for the day, it can jump. My highest was over 100 unique people in one day -- that was when I blogged about the moment of bad twitter judgement from Ketchum's James Andrews who wrote a negative tweet about Memphis while arriving in town to meet with FedEx... one of Ketchum's biggest clients. Whoops. I got a lot of hits from Ketchum that day, lol.
Following that, I had a reparte with Bank of America and Lending Tree that has garnered the site a lot of attention (especially by both of those).
My readers are still primarily friends, from Serbia to San Francisco. I get comments in a number of different ways... but usually via email, oddly enough. The posted comments generally come from an old friend who lives up in New England. We end up in quite enjoyable debates, mainly about politics. Sometimes I start looking forward to reading his comments even before I finish my blog post.
I average between 20 and 30 visits a day right now. Sometimes I write something that moves into the 100's, but usually I'm in the mid to high 20's. Part of this is due to me not knowing the good methods of getting my blog out there.
Not enough and they tend to be pervish. Must be my fault.
About four or five a day. Comments are generally supportive.
I average about 80 visits a day and receive very supportive comments that are in agreement with comments and views I have blogged about.
I would say I get about 20 views a day. But I don't get a lot of comments, which makes me a little sad.
I've slowed down my blogging over the last year, so my daily visits have dropped to less than 100... I was up around 500 the year before. I'm putting together an editorial schedule for the coming year and plan to build it back up.
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