I like numbers, especially when they give feedback on how we’re doing. Something I’ve wanted to do for a while, and am now just getting around to, is post a snapshot of stats on the blog for the past 30 days. First, a little context, and then the top posts and numbers below the fold.
For this round-up I took the top posts that were posted in the past 30 days. Some posts get more traffic from a high volume of google searches, but those searches don’t tend to focus on the youth climate movement.
In the last 30 days, we’ve had 106 posts from dozens of different authors, covering almost every corner of the globe, and a broad view of all that makes up this movement. We’ve had 260 comments and there are 325 people registered to post. We’ve had over 55,000 unique views, and it goes without saying, played a big part in the largest global day of climate action ever.
If you’re interested in learning more, check our technorati rank and read about what all this means at Fired Up Media. And for contributors, please look at the stats in the back-end to see more about where web-traffic comes from.
This post is a bit of an experiment. IGHIH is a community project with hundreds of contributors, and we’re still learning how to get our voices out there louder than ever. For thoughts about how to share community news like this easier, discussions about what this all means, and how we can do better, I’ll see you in the comments.
And now for the most viewed posts, most clicked links, etc…
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