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January 2019 Blog Analytics

January 2019 Blog Analytics - Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report.

Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report. The monthly analytics will discuss everything from progress with goals, monetizing, viewership, and posts. I am hoping that these reports will share some insight on trends in increasing my viewership, engagement, and possible monetization.

Acquisition

January 2019 Blog Analytics - Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report.
Acquisition -Google Analytics

Let’s start off with how A Curly Transition acquired viewers during the month of January. To measure acquisition I used Google Analytics and Jetpack to analyze my site. According to Google Analytics, I managed to acquire 27 new viewers through various means with social media bring in almost have of my viewership. Google Analytics gives vague information i this area while Jetpack provides more specific information.

January 2019 Blog Analytics - Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report.
Jetpack Acquisition Data

Jetpack provides a detailed summary of the places were people found my site, and the numbers. As you can see below my top three places for acquisition are Facebook (134 views), Pinterest (48 views), and search engines (17). I happen to post the most on instagram which shown under search engines with only 5 views. But everything that I post to instagram links to the Facebook page so I am sure that contributes. In the upcoming month, I plan to increase my Pinterest engagement which should help with the acquisition and viewership.

Top Blog Posts

January 2019 Blog Analytics - Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report.
Top Post – Google Analytics

During the month of January, I posted 8 times and reposted 5 older blog post that were revitalized. Google Analytics and Jetpack showed the same three posts in the top three and in the same order. Yet the numbers for the views are slightly different. Google Analytics does a step further and adds a value to the page, but that is insignificant because I disabled Google Adsense at this time, and just recently added it back.

January 2019 Blog Analytics - Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report.
Top Post – Jetpack
Blog PostGoogle AnalyticsJetpack
Finding Your Perfect Morning Routine5857
Self-Care – Taking Care of You (Affordably)1914
Looking Back at 2018 – A Year in Review1914

Total Monthly Viewership & Demographics

January 2019 Blog Analytics - Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report.
January 2019 Blog Analytics - Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report.

Google Analytics shows almost half the number of total viewership compared to Jetpack. Google Analytics shows only 204 users with a 85.5% increase from last month, and 306 sessions which is an 84.3% increase. Jetpack shows that I received 485 views, 231 visitors, and 7 likes. All of my viewers appear to be female. 45% of my viewers are between the ages of 25-34 years old, 43% between the ages of 35-44 years old, and 13% of the viewers are between the ages of 45-54 years old.

January 2019 Blog Analytics - Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report.

Thankfully, my views and engagement is increasing little by little which is always better than decreasing. If you are a blogger, how do you measure your analytics? How long did it take before you could monetize and substantially increase your viewers? Leave a message in the comments.

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January 2019 Blog Analytics - Most people run a blog post a monthly income report in order to help new bloggers with monetizing their blog. As I have yet to make money off the blog, I have decided to post a monthly blog analytics report.
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1 Comment

  1. February 9, 2019 / 11:53 pm

    Good to know that you have been making progress. We are curious on how you use Pintrest. Maybe we could brainstorm?

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