Wednesday, July 1, 2015

HOW MANY page views is "normal" ?

The number of PVs (Page Views) per user will vary enormously from site to site. Whether having a low number of PVs per visit is good or bad will depend on the site.

You might expect a community site to have quite a few PVs, for example, but an editorial site with information on many subtopics might average only a few PVs per visit (especially if users are coming in through search) because users leave when they've found the information they're looking for.

To make matters more complicated, a user who looks at only a page or two today may come back again and again if he regards your site as an authoritative source of information on a broad topic.

That said, you may be interested in check out this study that shows some statistics to make you consider how is your blog/page doing:

Parenting blogs analytics study from Annie Phdinparenting

Also, here are 2 sites to help you check out the stats for your page:

Alexa       -       StatCounter

1 comment:

  1. I think page views will still depend on the niche of the website - whether the topic is in demand or not. Also, it depends on how well a certain page is promoted.


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