With Issue 9 approaching, we’ve deployed our social networking teams to take to the web and spread the word. We’re forging new connections with our readers, authors, writers, and other literary journals.
We have a goal. We want to reach 1,000 likes on Facebook and 1,000 followers on Twitter. But we can only do it with your help.
We aren’t very far off from that goal, so to increase our fan base, we’re taking to the streets. We need our loyal readers (that’s you) to take to the internet and go forth and tweet.
We want to do something special for our 1,000th fan on Facebook and Twitter.
Whoever is the 1000th Facebook visitor and the 1000th Twitter visitor will get a special feature on our blog, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages. For writers and artists, this will be a great way to get your name out there for everyone to see. For students, this is a great way to build your resume. We see thousands of visitors each week from all over the world and you will have the attention of each and every one.
So go forth and tweet.
When it comes to maintaining websites, knowing who is on the other end is a useful tool. Google Analytics provides us up to date information on who is visiting, where they’re coming from, where they’re going, and what they’re using to get there.
- In 2012 Superstition Review has already welcomed 6,940 visits and 5,092 unique visitors.
- Over 68.18% of those visiting the site have never visited SR before.
- Superstition Review has been host to 20,747 page views since January of 2012.
- The average visitor spends 2 minutes and 10 seconds browsing our site and visit an average of 3 pages per visit.
- Our busiest day was January 13th with 363 visits. January 31st came in a close second with 348 views.
- Our most popular page is our Issue 8 Poetry page, followed by our blog.
- Our readers primarily come from the United States, but we have visitors from India, the United Kingdom, Canada, the Philippines, Spain and more.
- Since 2011, our mobile presence has grown tremendously. Nearly 6.55% of our visitors are accessing SR from a mobile device, with over 300 of those devices being Apple iPhones and iPads.
Thank you to our returning visitors and we’d like to welcome our new readers. We invite you to browse our blog and our archives of past issues. Come back and join us for the launch of Issue 9 April 1st.