Sept. traffic: A decline from last month’s lofty high

The three most clicked-on September posts:

  • A re-org meant to cut costs — and speed up change
  • Pay survey: How much does Gannett pay you?
  • Breaking: 100 jobs cut in newspaper division re-org

Traffic fell last month from August’s impossible-to-sustain levels. Unique visitors (why that’s a tricky metric) totaled about 25,000 vs. nearly 29,000 the month before. Visits totaled about 101,000, down from 118,767. And page views fell to 207,480 from a steep 273,112.

And now, context! Gannett employs about 46,000. Plus, media industry-leading blogger Jim Romenesko nabs 100,000 individual visitors a day.

But wait! There’s more!
Google Analytics
has the traffic data, available in a free report I make available to anyone, via gannettblog[at]gmail[dot-com]. See Tipsters Anonymous Policy in the green sidebar, upper right.

[Image: Google Analytics]

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2 Responses to “Sept. traffic: A decline from last month’s lofty high”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Jim, you’re probably getting more eyeballs than some of Gannett’s small properties, LOL!

  2. agnes Says:

    The Japanese automaker said Thursday that it was planning to sell only 9.7 million vehicles globally in 2009, revising downward its previous target to deliver 10.4 million cars because demand has been weakening in industrialized countries, particularly in North America. No carmaker has ever sold 10 million vehicles in a yet.

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