Locally Grown site traffic report for January: dang good again

January 2008 web stats

LoGroNo (Locally Grown Northfield) traffic for January was up again over the previous month, according to Google Analytics:

  • Visits: 21,755 vs. last month 17,904
  • Absolute Unique Visitors: 5,706 vs. last month 4,405
  • Pageviews: 55,423 vs. last month 48,454

Those were our best-ever stats for visits and pageviews.

#1 blog post:  Kevin Dahle, Our New State Senator with 2,645 Pageviews, 1,627 Unique.

Another tidbit: we’re now #6 when searching Google for the word ‘logrono.’

7 thoughts on “Locally Grown site traffic report for January: dang good again”

  1. I want a cut of the cash from every ‘LoGroNo’ Google hit…

    Seriously, other people have to pay when they visit your site, right? It’s not just me?

    When do I have to renew my per-use contract, by the way?

    Is it still month-to-month?

  2. Ross, no, it’s a town in Spain called Logrono that we’re competing with.

    Brendon, no worries, your per-use LoGroNo fee is automatically deducted each month from your PayPal account. No renewal is necessary.

    Just a reminder, tho: you can upgrade to our LoGroNo Pro service at any time for a nominal increase. It provides a bozo filter on all our content.

  3. No, Griff, there is no competition with Spain because the city in Spain is spelled Logroño with the tilde over the n (as in “mañana” and the weather phenomenon known as “El Niño”). So you are the one and only Logrono.
    I was interested to see that Logroño was the seat of the Inquisition in Spain in 1609-10 and also that its economy now is reliant on the Rioja wine trade.
    Its population in 2006 was 147,036. Para los latinos, Logroño es un municipio situado en el norte de España.

  4. Griff,

    Upgrade me to LoGroNoProNoBoZo service. But take my subscription fee out of the cash you earn for every Google hit on the term “LoGroNo”…

    Deal?

    I do realize that LoGroNoProNoBoZo will probably filter out all of my comments.

    C’est la vie.

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