Blog types Analytic Results - Part 2 of 6

Last Update: November 30, 2016

Welcome back. Before I forget I would like to thank Michael (Ultimateless) for his valuable input in breaking down the results into manageable sections for presentation and digestion. In part 1 I mentioned I had 13 categories to evaluate, as it turn out that number is 10. A couple categories were eliminated due to very low volume - <1% of the total and another was merged into one of the 10 categories. If you are interested in these 3 categories let me know and I'll share this info with you. If anyone has questions on the metrics listed below do not hesitate to leave a comment. Numbers may not aggregate properly due to rounding. All averages are over 7 days. n/a is less than 1%.

The three WA blog type categories that were analyzed as part of this post are:

  • 3+ pages without pics
  • 3+ pages of poetry with pics
  • <1 page with pic

3+ pages without pics

  1. Average number of blogs - 1
  2. Average number of blogs with rank <= 50 - n/a
  3. Average number of blogs with ranks >50 - 1
  4. Average number of likes - 18
  5. Average number of likes with rank <= 50 - 4
  6. Average number of likes with rank >50 - 14
  7. Average number of likes per blog - 18
  8. Average number of likes per blog with rank <= 50 - n/a
  9. Average number of likes per blog with rank >50 - 14
  10. Percent of total blog daily average - 1%
  11. Percent of total blog daily average with rank <=50 - n/a
  12. Percent of total blog daily average with rank >50 - 1%

3+ pages of poetry with pics

  1. Average number of blogs - 1
  2. Average number of blogs with rank <= 50 - 1
  3. Average number of blogs with ranks >50 - n/a
  4. Average number of likes - 22
  5. Average number of likes with rank <= 50 - 22
  6. Average number of likes with rank >50 - n/a
  7. Average number of likes per blog - 22
  8. Average number of likes per blog with rank <= 50 - 22
  9. Average number of likes per blog with rank >50 - n/a
  10. Percent of total blog daily average - 1%
  11. Percent of total blog daily average with rank <=50 - 1%
  12. Percent of total blog daily average with rank >50 - n/a

<1 page with pics

  1. Average number of blogs - 3
  2. Average number of blogs with rank <= 50 - 1
  3. Average number of blogs with ranks >50 - 2
  4. Average number of likes - 76
  5. Average number of likes with rank <= 50 - 41
  6. Average number of likes with rank >50 - 34
  7. Average number of likes per blog - 25
  8. Average number of likes per blog with rank <= 50 - 41
  9. Average number of likes per blog with rank >50 - 17
  10. Percent of total blog daily average - 2%
  11. Percent of total blog daily average with rank <=50 - 1%
  12. Percent of total blog daily average with rank >50 - 1%

Thanks. Thoughts, comments? Enjoy.

Jeff

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StepChook Premium
What stands out for me here, Jeff, is that a single page is more captivating than multiple pages. I totally agree with that.
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JeffDolson Premium
This is true Stephen and we haven't yet analyzed the more popular blogs. Thanks for reading and responding.
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StepChook Premium
Your analytics are very interesting, Jeff.
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JeffDolson Premium
Thank you
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reanna1 Premium
Thanks for sharing, Jeff!
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JeffDolson Premium
Your welcome
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Ivine Premium
Hi Jeff, very interesting. Irv.
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JeffDolson Premium
Thanks Irv.
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MPollock Premium
Nice work testing this out thanks, buddy
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JeffDolson Premium
Thanks Mike.
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jtaienao Premium
Thanks Jeff for this helpful post. The info. You provide is extremely helpful in managing and perhaps reorganizing your site. The numbers helps analyze whether or not your site if effective or maybe needs a little tweaking. Thanks again.

Regards,
Jerome
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JeffDolson Premium
Thanks Jerome, please keep in mind this is an analysis of WA blogs. I would use the results very lightly at this point in planning reorganizations of your website.
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jtaienao Premium
Hi Jeff, I kind of figures that. It is still extremely helpful to me in seeing how the use or non use of graphics can effect my site. Thanks again for the post.

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Jerome
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