How do you know there’s something new (results)

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Survey results, after about 10 days.

I don’t have access to a lot of options for the surveys because, guess what, I’m limited by the “free version” of it.

Anyway, after 10 days, I deleted the survey. (Couldn’t stop/save it or any other options)

Got over 200 answers. Now I don’t know if you guys saw the survey only once or if you saw it multiple times because I didn’t see it at all. Well, I’m the “admin” so the survey skips me…

I didn’t even imagine someone would actually have mp63.ca as their default browser homepage. But if that’s really the case, I’m honored. – No kidding. You really do have mp63.ca as your homepage?

Not a lot but some use my Instagram posts as the trigger. Thank you.

For the 86% who visit the site on a hunch or regularly, if you don’t mind doing so, I’m fine with it. You can also save a lot of empty browser time by installing an RSS feed plug-in on your browser. But you do what you want.

Little secret here. The original choice for “Lucky Guess” was “My mom told me”. Then it was “My Mistress/Sub told me”. Then I realized it could also be brother, sister, girlfriend, boyfriend, etc… And it also occurred to me that any of those silly answers would draw people away from the serious answers. So “Lucky Guess” it became.

Now, what puzzles me: if none of you answered the survey more than once, it means that over 200 different persons visited the site in the last 10 days. If that’s the case, why I don’t get more than 15-25 rating on my posts? For your peace of mind, the only message I get when someone rates a post is something like that.

“[Story Name] was rated [x] and now has an average rating of [average] based on [y] vote(s)”

That’s it, that’s all. I don’t have any kind of clue as to who rated what. So, don’t be shy to rate. It’s not as much as the rating value I’m interested in, it’s how many people read the story.

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4 thoughts on “How do you know there’s something new (results)

  1. Interesting stats but the 15-25 ratings on a story/post is something normal as only 5-10% that consume articles give feedback in some kind of way.

    1. I’m aware of those stats but, if I can push a few more to rate, that would be grate… I mean great.

      I get, on average, 12K sessions* per month for 43K pageviews. That’s 400 sessions per day. I somewhat expect more than 15-25 ratings per story.

      * “A session is the browsing session of a single user.”
      I can’t tell if the same user comes back 4 times in the day if it’s considered 1 session or 4 sessions (I suspect it would be 4). In any case, for the last 30 days, I have had between 342 and 455 sessions per day. I doubt the same users come back 4 times a day, every day. I may have as well 300 bots per day, tho… Because the average browsing time is 3 minutes. Not long enough to read even 1 story, unless people are damn fast readers.
      But that’s all I can extract without paying “premium”.

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