Back toward the end of February I shared some interesting figures. Well, at least they were interesting to me. 😉

I noted how February in particular was a very strong readership month for this here little coaching blog. For the first time since I started in 2013, a month other than August saw 1000+ average daily page views. At the time I wondered if it was some kind of anomaly. Apparently not.

March just ended with an even higher daily average at above 1100 page views/day. That put the monthly total up over 35,000, which is the 4th highest ever. The three better tallies all came during the month of August.

The April/May/June period tends to be the lowest traffic period of the year, with May on average having the lowest daily page views each year. We’ll see if this year proves any different.

In terms of the annual page view total, barring some kind of big issue, the blog will cross the 100,000 mark at some point in April. That will likely be more than a full month before it did in 2020 – the prior earliest point – when that threshold was crossed in late May. The site is about a bit over a month ahead of where it’s ever been in that regard.

In case you’re wondering, the total lifetime page views for the blog is approaching 1.5 million. The single largest 1-day total was 2886.

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John Forman
John Forman

John is currently the Men's & Women's Head Volleyball Coach at Medaille College, as well as Global Director for Volleyball for Nation Academy (formerly Charleston Academy). His previous experience includes the college and university level in the US and UK, professional coaching in Sweden, and both coaching and club management at the Juniors level. Learn more on his bio page.

    2 replies to "The readers keep coming!"

    • Lenny Barry

      Hi John
      Some great figures, and rising.
      Just shows your Blog is appreciated and respected.
      More power to your keyboard!
      Best wishes

      Lenny Barry
      Cheshire, England

      • John Forman

        Thanks Lenny!

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