by Hans TenDam
This time I want to talk about statistics. The statistics of our website. Below you will find how many visits we get and from where. Just have a look and then I want to comment on them.
|Average Different Visitors/monthAverage Visits/month
Average Page Views/month
|Where do our visitors come from?||(in %)|
|Who is sending people to our website?||Visits|
What is remarkable?
1. The largest single referrer is a Russian website that features three of our colleagues who are not EARTh members. Why not? Possibly because it is expensive for them and it is difficult to transfer money out of Russia. We should find out.
2. The mass of referrals is from German, English and Dutch sites.
3. Wikipedia is rather important and probably will get more important.
4. Dutch visitors are overrepresented.
5. Not be seen in these figures, but most visits by far come by a Google search.
6. Most visitors only come once. They see per visit about 1.5 page, so more than half of them stop at the homepage.
7. Of the other pages, the most visited is the one about how to become a member (good) and about none are visiting the therapist pages. This means almost no one uses the site to find a regression therapist (not good).
8. The Chapter pages are relatively well-visited.
We have a long way to go. Especially it would be a service to our members if the site will become more of a referral site for people looking for a therapist.
We may consider Google advertising.
We are establishing a PR-committee to improve our internet-effectiveness.