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ActiveRain Statistics and Blog Traffic

The Statistics link on ActiveRain shows how many comments, views, and clicks your blog posts have received over time.  I was actually shocked to see that one of my posts here on ActiveRain had been viewed over 103,000 times yet only had 18 comments. WOW! Now that's some great traffic and exposure rainers.  It wasn't even a post I felt deserved to get that many views...

Digging further into the AR stats investigation, I noticed many posts had 10,000 views or more. Would this information be useful to share with other readers and subscribers?  How would you even know or find them since the stats info is private?  How can you use and share your stats most viewed posts on ActiveRain?  This is just one way to share your "TOP BLOGS" with others.


10 TOP things I learned by doing this exercise
:

  1. Out of 583 posts I've written here, these are the "TOP WINNERS" based on "Over 10K Views"
  2. It's interesting and re-assuring to see how your writing skills will change and develop over time
  3. Comments aren't the most important thing on your AR Blog, but views and clicks are significant
  4. Over time, your posts are still being viewed thanks to ActiveRain SEO and Google searches
  5. By running through your AR Statistics link, you can provide a single post with your best content
  6. Copying and Pasting your ActiveRain Statistics into an Excel file lets you do some amazing fact finding
  7. This exercise will help you determine what content works best for views and clicks year over year
  8. Adding "How To" into your Blog post title can increase your views and clicks dramatically (lol)
  9. CAUTION: You'll get excited to see how much traffic. views, and clicks your AR Blog actually gets
  10. The important thing I learned is Blogging on ActiveRain generates SEO, traffic, views, and business!

The information below is to try and provide you with some ideas and ways on how to populate your best content into a single location. This could be done using a blog post, an RSS feed, or a table with links on your sidebar or website.  The first step in knowing which content and posts you wish to share is knowing what articles are getting the most attention and drawing the most traffic.  It was very useful to see which ones sparked the most interest, views, and clicks. Here are my TOP 10K most viewed posts on ActiveRain.

WARNING: You may be surprised at your results when you run your own ActiveRain Statistics.

Blog Post Title                                               Comments  Views   Clicks

Active Rain INSTRUCTIONS: How to Post your Listings 366 14397 14396
How Old Is Your Computer? ..."In Computer years" 47 11267 9810
Computers and your HEALTH! 18 103633 99667
The Short Sale - Can be a Long Sail... 44 12960 11445
Active Rain New Members - Getting Started 121 16613 15537
Paying It Forward, Active Rain Style - 100 Links You MUST See! 256 11046 9614
Do You Want to be the "Featured Member" Here's Some POINTS! 706 23542 19928
5 Principles to Creating an Effective Blog Post 214 15244 11723
The California Foreclosure Process & Timeline 63 22067 19036
Update Your Verizon Wireless Handsets - Can You Hear Me Now? 41 15019 12295
Blogger Startup Kit 191 16241 10347
20 Google Tools for Your Business 272 14070 8730
7 Mistakes to Avoid on Active Rain 639 23764 19247
Widgets: How to Add Them to Your Blog 231 15741 12708
Google Earth - The Whole World In Your Hands! 92 21615 17497
Do You Want Visitors Searching Your Blog? 271 10335 3184
Video and Your Blog - Featuring Future Technology 106 11792 4298
Marketing and Farming Your Blog 239 11360 4263
3 Ways To Find Out Who's Reading Your Blog 367 16705 9587
Your Active Rain Profile - Your Masterpiece! 237 15392 9561
Active Rain Settings & SEO Benefits - Very Powerful 228 15398 8656
How To Use Your AR "Settings" Page 501 26101 18706

How to Add a Power Point Presentation to Your Blog 114 11484 6165
NEW MEMBERS - Start Here 263 21433 15308
Overcoming Adversity, Change & Life's Challenges 207 13034 6824
Real Estate Video Hosting - Dare To Compare 118 10947 5011
Email Signatures - How Good/Bad Are They? 205 10913 6060
ActiveRain Navigation - For New Members 175 23791 18481
How To Customize and Personalize Your ActiveRain Blog 305 19403 13347
How to Use The Flip Video Camera with Your Computer 117 14760 9691
SEO Tools - You Should Know, about SEO 136 19853 14674
ActiveRain Launches Outside Blogs - How Do You Get Yours? 860 36504 27251
3 Ways to Use the "Join ActiveRain" Referral Link 120 11261 5755
The "NEW" ActiveRain Blog Customizer - Version 2.0 237 14254 7078
ActiveRain and Your NEW Twitter Settings 158 11405 3742
New Members - Video Explanations - Social Media, Blogging & MORE! 98 10509 3743
The ActiveRain Suggestion Box 0 12515 7219
How To Use ActiveRain Channels 228 10459 5624
Karen George - Goodbye to an Angel 162 12213 7252
ActiveRain Widgets & The New and Approved HTML List 292 14440 6036
How To Remove Antivirus Pro 2009 VIRUS from your Computer 163 15145 7049
Copyright Laws and You - Here's All You'll EVER Need To Know 155 11862 3072
Hit Router - How To Set Up Your Own Click Campaign 138 12113 5780
ActiveBrad's "TOP FREE Picks" 232 16429 9195

Google Local - Register Your Business and Blog 120 10850 2163
New ActiveRain Widgets for ActiveBlogs 124 12647 3513
ActiveRain Domains and Blogs - The AR Staff "LIVE" and Uncensored 79 13144 4613
Internet Explorer vs Mozilla Firefox - The Mythunderstanding 152 11283 2616
5 Important Tips - Outside Blogs 146 10989 3201
How To Create an ActiveRain Outside ActiveBlog - 10 Easy Steps 161 15536 6099
ActiveBlogs - 5 Suggested Ways To Maximize Your New Group Blogs 156 11360 3634
A Special Delivery from Santa and His "RAIN"deer! 108 14472 7905
Hit Router - How To Setup & Save Your Own Traffic 213 19347 8737
ActiveRain Launches Google Analytics for Outside Blogs 137 10302 4128
ActiveBlogs - Link Love and SEO 193 14369 4870
The New ActiveRain Badges 342 16543 5189
ActiveRain's NEW RainMaker Membership Plan 795 33365 21284
The ActiveRain Ambassador Program 270 12459 5812
ActiveRain Community Search - HGTV’s "House Hunters" Is Now Casting 185 14260 7128
REALTORS® - Important 100K Announcement! 138 13661 7185
How To Setup and Maximize Hit Router for Generating Leads 90 12050 4999
How to Create a Blog Post for Customers and Search Engines 364 24434 16532
The ActiveRain RainMaker - Getting Results! 85 10115 3763
What Is RainCamp™ 90 11806 3584
RainCamp is Coming To San Francisco 116 12064 4944
RainCamp - Our New Training Program - Starts In Seattle, WA 154 10757 3484
ActiveRain Training and Support - Our New On-Line Campus 128 10984 4716
The Virtual Real Estate Brokerage and Office - WEB 3.0 159 18042 11257
RainCamp™ Platinum Access Pass and Upcoming Locations 108 10767 2558
How To Create and Use iFrames and Tables on Your Blog 148 10178 3003
How To Use ScribeFire to Enhance Your ActiveRain Blog Posts 164 12376 4100

How To Use Google's Wonder Wheel 86 18814 12666
How To Use Interactive Google Maps Using Google Base Data 88 10274 3878
How To Create HyperLinks to Anchor Text 112 10580 2894
The ActiveRain Manual - NEW & IMPROVED 125 10299 2711
An ActiveRain Conduit - Toolbar for Your WEB Browser 128 10237 2680
New and Improved ActiveRain Leaderboard 44 14174 822
Who's Calling The Shots on ActiveRain - The New "Called Shots" Feature 145 10170 2997
Look What We May Have Started with The ActiveRain Point System 108 11871 2816
ActiveRain's NEW "Suggest For Feature" Button 151 12701 3465
How To Brand Yourself an Expert & Build a Six-Figure Real Estate Business 62 14715 5832
How To Create and Maximize Your ActiveRain Blog Post 85 13433 4439
Top 50 Google Tools for Business 118 13710 4820
The New "Like" Button for Facebook on ActiveRain Blogs 101 11098 3228
Winner Announcement of the "Life! By Design Contest" By Tom Ferry 57 10061 2132
Using Gmail Email as a Blog Post and HTML Editor 103 10536 2497
It's Official - Going From "A" to "Z" 235 10208 2236
The Real Estate Industry - It's not Just a Job, It's an Adventure! 181 10826 1677
How To Design a Facebook Page 85 10125 1282
Call Phones from Gmail - Now We're Talking! 80 10741 1229
Following Others On Twitter Without an Account - Twitter Fast Follow 61 10680 1122
Marketing and Advertising On ActiveRain - A Time and A Place 41 10535 1974
The ActiveRain Featured Blog Post 171 11596 2489
How To Create Your Customized QR Code Images 158 11410 4776

I'm anticipating another great year for members on ActiveRain and I'm especially looking forward to seeing how many views posts will get in 2011?  I wonder if this post will hit the 10K mark? haha~  Maybe I should go back and add "How To" in the title?  lol~

 

     

"Learn More. Get More. Do More. Be More."

Comment balloon 55 commentsBrad Andersohn • April 10 2011 02:27PM

Comments

Hi Brad...Wow Lots on Content here, It is exciting to see how many lurkers are reading and viewing your posts..I too look to see which subjects bring the most viewers...in my Case it appears to be mostly Real Estate stats for a neighborhood or property Listing

Well Done...have a great week!

Posted by Fred Carver Personal Real Estate Corporation, Accredited Real Estate Consultant (RE/MAX Camosun Victoria BC Real Estate) over 8 years ago

Activerain is one of the strongest tools out there.. The more relationships I build on this site and also the better content I make my blogs I noticed the more hits I get.. Nothing compared to your STATS. But I will get there.. Great post Brad.

Posted by Stacey Smith, Your Orange County Beach Cities Realtor (Keller Williams Realty) over 8 years ago

Brad very interesting observations, as always.....now I am just thinking out loud.Do you think some of the Comments increased while you were the Community Manager for AR? and before and after the numbers decreased but the viewing remained high due to good information?

Posted by Endre Barath, Jr., Realtor - Los Angeles Home Sales 310.486.1002 (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices) over 8 years ago

Brad, the statistic information interesting.  Additionally, I've bookmarked this post because you have provided a nice summary of great sounding/informative articles that I missed reading when initially posted.  Thanks!  I'm off to check my statistics now. 

Posted by Sondra Meyer:, See It. Experience It. Live It. (Star View Real Estate ) over 8 years ago

Endre - excellent observation and comment.  I absolutely believe that as an employee of ActiveRain I was exposed to more views and comments via the tutorials and featured "how-to" posts, but I also believe it was those various types of posts that helped land me the job here at ActiveRain.

I know for a fact that there are members on AR right now that are NOT employees and have way more views, comments, and clicks than I do.  I don't believe for one minute that the views and clicks have anything to do with "status" as much as they do with the titles and content.

FYI -  a "View" means the reader saw your post on a blogroll somewhere on AR including the feature board.  A "Click" means they actually clicked on the title to go into your post and read it.  A "View" does not necessarily mean they read your post, it's possible that it just scrolled by on their screen.  "Clicks" in my opinion would be of the most value and significance.  :-)

Posted by Brad Andersohn, ActiveBrad - 707.646.1876 (Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty) over 8 years ago

I have seen similar things when checking stats. Makes you wonder why more people don't comment if they read the post.

Posted by Barbara-Jo Roberts Berberi, MA, PSA, TRC - Greater Clearwater Florida Residential Real Estate Professional, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater, Safety Harbor (Charles Rutenberg Realty) over 8 years ago

Wow, so impressive.  And I did recently look and I was suprised.  First- hyper local posts work and second... people apparently Google some really strang things.

Posted by Tammy Lankford,, Broker GA Lake Sinclair/Eatonton/Milledgeville (Lane Realty Eatonton, GA Lake Sinclair, Milledgeville, 706-485-9668) over 8 years ago

Brad - These are some incredible stats.  also, a few great posts on here that I missed and will try to catch up on.

I really wish they had a way for us to sort these based on # of clicks.  I will try to download to excel but that's rather time consuming given the number of posts I have.

At the end of the yr David Popoff challenged us to do our Top 10 for 2010 and I will prob. do that each yr.  ironically one of my most popular ones is stupid video but the topic is "how to hire a contractor you can trust" so it gave me good insight as to how I could get to this idea in other ways.

Posted by Debbie Gartner, The Flooring Girl & Blog Stylist -Dynamo Marketers (The Flooring Girl) over 8 years ago

Brad - those are some pretty impressive numbers... Gosh I'll bet I still have some of these bookmarked... lol

Posted by Robert Hammerstein, Bergen County NJ Real Estate (Keller Williams Valley Realty) over 8 years ago

Brad 

Incredible stats, and a bunch of posts I need to go back and read. Somehow I see the result being a to of bookmarks.

Posted by Scott Hayes, Realty Austin, Broker Associate ((512) 786-8300) over 8 years ago

I check my stats on an almost obsessive basis. It's good to know which posts are generating the largest audience. Great stuff here Brad...as always.

Posted by Craig Rutman, Raleigh, Cary, Apex area Realtor (Helping people in transition) over 8 years ago

Those are some impressive stats.  Looking at the list, I need to go read some of those posts!

Posted by Justin Dibbs, REALTOR® - Ashburn Virginia Homes for Sale (Pearson Smith Realty) over 8 years ago

Thanks for the homework Brad. I really need to key in on what drives traffic to my blog to make it useful to me as an agent. Looks like I have some homework to do. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

Posted by Mike Wong, Realtor: Commercial, Residential, Leasing, Invest (Keller Williams Realty Southwest) over 8 years ago
Brad, this great information. I will be analyzing your comments for many days to figure out how to benefit from you awesome knowledge. I am going to re-blog your post so others can benefit too. Have a great Sunday.
Posted by Elizabeth Byrne, Arlington Virginia Real Estate (Keller Williams Realty) over 8 years ago

Brad, as already noted, you position and nature of help posts would have gotten a lot of attention here which would account for the views and clicks. I'm making the comment, just so you can add to that comment total as well.

Posted by Ed Silva, Central CT Real Estate Broker Serving all equally (RE/MAX Professionals, CT 203-206-0754 ) over 8 years ago

I have just learned about the statistics page.  Thanks for the information.  I'm starting to get an idea how all this works.  I'll have to check out some of your earlier blogs ;o)

Posted by Kelly Wuthrich, Eagle & Meridian ID Real Estate (Silvercreek Realty-Eagle, Meridian, Boise, Kuna, Star~IDAHO) over 8 years ago
I'm still confused about how one can "view" without "clicking" ???????????????
Posted by Michael J. Perry, Lancaster, PA Relo Specialist (KW Elite ) over 8 years ago
Thanks brad! Learn something new everyday on active rain
Posted by Cheryl Bower, Realtor, CRS, GRI, ABR, ePro (Zephyr Real Estate, San Francisco, CA) over 8 years ago

Brad, I can see I'm going to be busy reading these posts over the next few weeks.

Posted by Tammie White, Broker, Franklin TN Homes for Sale (Franklin Homes Realty LLC) over 8 years ago

Hmmmmm.....interesting satistics... thanks for getting this out today.

 

Patricia/Seacoast NH & ME

Posted by Patricia Aulson, Realtor - Portsmouth NH Homes-Hampton NH Homes (BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOME SERVICES Verani Realty NH Real Estate ) over 8 years ago

Brad,

You have posted some fair information. Some people may simply enjoy reading, not always feeling compelled to comment [to bolster someones stats ...but to be nice, I thought I'd do my part for you.

Have a great week,

Steven Zimmerman Realtor ABR GRI

Living & Seller Florida's Waterfront Lifestyle in GULF HARBORS

on the Gulf of Mexico

Posted by Steven Zimmerman, Husband & Father, @Gulf_Harbors Resident Realtor (Belloise Realty Tropical ) over 8 years ago

Okay, I'm even more imporessed now. Forget the guitar on your phone...lol.

And I look at mine and I see the more I have about local things, listings, events, the more I am viewed...guess I'm the event lady.

 

Posted by Nancy Larson (I am a licensed referral agent in NJ) over 8 years ago

Hello Brad,

103,000 views? or 10,300 views...that's almost half the AR membership. And, only 18 comments...makes no sense to me - at all.  Which one was it?  I see you have almost always 10,000 or more readers.  But I didn't see 103,000??? There were possibly only that many members in 2007???

Posted by Karen Monsour, REALTOR, SSRS - Sells FL Waterfront, Short Sale Expert! (Coldwell Banker Fort Lauderdale Beach) over 8 years ago

However, I see what you have at the top...going to investigate further as I want to read it too!

Miss you here on AR!!!

Posted by Karen Monsour, REALTOR, SSRS - Sells FL Waterfront, Short Sale Expert! (Coldwell Banker Fort Lauderdale Beach) over 8 years ago

Great tip on adding"how to" to yourblogs. Will definitely try itin my blog. 

Posted by Bob Zorechak - ABR, GRI, e-PRO, Sells Homes in Morris/Somerset/Hunterdon Cos., NJ (Keller Williams Realty Metropolitan) over 8 years ago

Interesting blog, Brad.  Also interesting statistics.  I am a "numbers person," so I will take a look.

Posted by Michele Myers, Harrisburg/Hershey Realtor (Prudential Homesale Services Group) over 8 years ago

Hi Brad....    I sure did learn so much on this post !!!    " How to " is so important !!!  Thank You

Posted by San Antonio Texas New Homes for Sale (www.sanantoniotexasnewhomesforsale.com) over 8 years ago

Brad, I love this, I forget how many different tools that are provided here, I remember looking at stats on my blog over a year ago and totally forgot, I just went back to see what people were looking at, incredibly beneficial information

Posted by John Marshall - FORE!, Specializing in Golf Course Properties (LoKation Real Estate) over 8 years ago

Very interesting post Brad.  It is a very interesting that such a small percentage of "viewers" make comments.  We suspect that many viewers do value reading the blog but don't necessarily believe that they have anything to contribute to that particular discussion.  We wholeheartedly support "lurkers". 

Posted by Howard and Susan Meyers (The Hudson Company Winnetka and North Shore) over 8 years ago

In my case, only 20 or so each year got over 10K views, this means you have to blog, Blog, BLOG if you want to get your content out there and viewed in volume.  That's only 80 or so out of 583 total.  Not everything we produce will get us views, comments, clicks, and business, but every post and every effort will produce something for sure.  Sometimes it's the unknown and magical things that happen that are the most rewarding.

Posted by Brad Andersohn, ActiveBrad - 707.646.1876 (Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty) over 8 years ago

Brad, 

Love the data.  I did do the top 10 for last year and it was interesting to see.  None are close to 10k, but I'm working on it.  

I do wish AR would make it easier for us to do stats analysis by ranking them or giving us the option of doing that!

All the best, Michelle

Posted by Michelle Francis, Realtor, Buckhead Atlanta Homes for Sale & Lease (Tim Francis Realty LLC) over 8 years ago

Love all of your content, as you are always helping us, even when you are not here at AR.  Miss you- going to look at my stats and read some of these...

Posted by Dagny Eason, Fairfield County CT, CDPE Homes For Sale and Condo (Dagny's Real Estate) over 8 years ago

Here's a great example of Craig's Catalog which is another great sample and idea of ways to combine your best content for your viewers:

http://activerain.com/blogsview/2160026/craig-s-classroom-catalog

Great job Craig, nicely done!!

Posted by Brad Andersohn, ActiveBrad - 707.646.1876 (Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty) over 8 years ago

When I first started blogging I found it interesting that some of them got several comments and some a couple, and when I was lucky, featured. But often there were quite a few people went to them but did not comment. Since I have my own blogging style, I am still analyzing what got me comments. The long and short of it, I now blog what I want, period. Comments are great, but I don't worry about it when I don't. Because people are still reading them!!!

Posted by Hella Mitschke Rothwell, Hawaii & California Real Estate Broker ((831) 626-4000) over 8 years ago

Brad - an interesting exercise but the best benefit for your efforts for us is the detailed links to some of your great posts here in the rain

Posted by Kathy Clulow, Trusted For Experience - Respected For Results (RE/MAX All-Stars Realty Inc. Brokerage) over 8 years ago
Kathy - Thanks for the nice compliment... the strange and yet funny thing is that some of the other posts I had written over the years which I spent much more time and detail on were actually the least commented, viewed, and clicked. Funny how that works, Phil mentioned the same thing at RainCamp Atlantic City. He could cough up a post in minutes and get rave reviews, but then spend hours and articulate an awesome post in his opinion and get nadda!? I'm sure many other rainers have experienced the same thing. Comment Sent from my iPad - please excuse typos and auto correct fails!
Posted by Brad Andersohn, ActiveBrad - 707.646.1876 (Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty) over 8 years ago

Hi Brad - I agree with Kathy's comment above.

With my stats, I find that some of my most popular posts with respect to non-ActiveRain views and with extremely high click through rates are not related to real estate at all.  One post less than 3 weeks old has 1,200 views with an 88% click-through rate - the topic? Why am I receiving a $67.41 check from the telephone company.  Oh, and I have been also been receiving phone calls about whether the check should be cashed.

Posted by FN LN over 8 years ago

Hello Brad

Very impressive! I need to read many of these as I am sure they will be a great learning experience

Posted by Scott Fogleman, New Home Team (New Home Team 804-573-9592) over 8 years ago

Brad, Thank you. I have missed reading many of the posts. I will bookmark this and read them later. I have a lot of reading to do.

Posted by Gita Bantwal, REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel (RE/MAX Centre Realtors) over 8 years ago

Brad, I am a Six Sigma Black Belt, yet had never thought to analyze my blogging in such detail, thanks for the inspiration.

Posted by Chris Smith, South Simcoe, Caledon, King, Orangeville Real Esta (Re/Max Chay Realty Inc., Brokerage) over 8 years ago

And your name comes up first on Google for just putting in Activerain.

I noticed it the other day, then went and checked again before writing this post.

 

Posted by Missy Caulk, Savvy Realtor - Ann Arbor Real Estate (Missy Caulk TEAM) over 8 years ago

Missy - you must be joking right?  Haha~   You have been one of the greatest inspirations to me on this network and getting to know you over the years has been more fun than one person should be allowed!  Thanks for always being there through thick and thin!!   :-)

Posted by Brad Andersohn, ActiveBrad - 707.646.1876 (Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty) over 8 years ago

Fred  - lurkers are good!  These are the folks that end up working with you down the road.....

Stacey - AR can be a phenomenal tool, and your stats over time will exceed mine, just stick with it.

Sondra - it's almost a shame that others can't view our blogs by stats too, that would change things drastically.

Posted by Brad Andersohn, ActiveBrad - 707.646.1876 (Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty) over 8 years ago

Brad ..I love reading your posts! You are always so Helpful

Hannah

Posted by Hannah Williams, Expertise NE Philadelphia & Bucks 215-953-8818 (Re/Max Eastern inc.) over 8 years ago

Inspirational!  Kristine

Posted by Kim & Kristine Halverson, Sisters, Realtors (Compass) over 8 years ago

Wow, such a useful post. I've never checked my stats. but it may be time to start.

Posted by Bernadine Hunter, SFR, ACRE, "Finding Solution to Your Real Estate Needs" (Keller Williams Greater Columbus Realty) over 8 years ago

Thanks you guys, looks like this one still has a ways to go....     :-)

Posted by Brad Andersohn, ActiveBrad - 707.646.1876 (Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty) over 8 years ago

Brad, I just added up how many of your links I just clicked - 23.  Thank goodness for right clicks.  Thanks!

One suggestion for RainCamp's would be to have a station where RainMakers can gave a staff member review their stats, blogs, etc. and make quick suggestions and point out which links they should be reading to improve.  

I look forward to seeing you again somewhere down the road.  We finally met at the RainCamp in New Orleans last year. 

Posted by Jim Paulson, Owner,Broker (Progressive Realty (Boise Idaho) www.Progressive-Realty.info) over 8 years ago

Thanks brad! You have a lot of audience!

Posted by Rob Kittle, "We Specialize, You Benefit!" -Kittle Real Estate (Kittle Real Estate) over 8 years ago

Jim - great idea, I'll be at all the raincamps and think your suggestion is a good one.  I'll pass it on to the others...  Thanks.

Posted by Brad Andersohn, ActiveBrad - 707.646.1876 (Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty) over 8 years ago

Thanks Brad now I will have to back and check out the statistics on my posts. Amazing that after all this time I have never really looked into this helpful tool.

Posted by Roy Paeth, Just a regular guy helping real people! (Keller Williams Inspire) over 8 years ago

Brad - love this!  I think I have most of these bookmarked for reference but if not am book marking this!!! I check out my statistics from time to time but they are nothing like this.  Incredible!!!

Posted by DeeDee Riley, Realtor - El Dorado Hills & the Surrounding Areas (Lyon Real Estate - El Dorado Hills CA) over 8 years ago

Roy - thanks, I think you'll find it very helpful and useful.

DeeDee - thank you, I always love seeing your comments on my posts...  your stats are just as good as mine, I worked here at AR for so long, many of my stats come from all the great friends I've made here just like YOU!  :-)))

Posted by Brad Andersohn, ActiveBrad - 707.646.1876 (Executive Director of Education at eXp Realty) over 8 years ago

Oh I had to bookmark this one for future reference. We had a little contest on New Years of what where your top 10 AR posts of 2010, some great responses.

http://activerain.com/blogsview/2049372/what-were-your-10-best-activerain-post-in-2010-

 

 

Posted by David Popoff, Realtor®,SRS, Green ~ Fairfield County, Ct (DMK Real Estate ) over 8 years ago

This was very helpful.

 

Great positive encouragement for all of us bloggers.

It assures us that our posts are being seen, and are making an impact on others

Posted by Caspar Hickman (Market Leader/ ActiveRain) about 5 years ago

Participate