As I mentioned yesterday, I’m not sure what happened four days ago. Someone shared a page from my blog on Facebook and suddenly everyone and his brother is stopping by to check out that share! Thanks for the promo who ever you are. I’ve tried so many different ways to find that original Facebook share, but tracking back to the specific referrers on Facebook isn’t something you can do. Through a little research, I found out that’s thanks to Facebook. Ok, that’s life. I’d still love to see it. If for no other reason than for marketing interest.
I do know the page that was shared and generating the huge increase in traffic is my post on 3-Time NASCAR Champion Tony Stewart’s Log Home in Indiana. An absolutely beautiful log house, nestled on 414 acres called Hidden Hollow.
This past Saturday my traffic tracker jumped to 298 from the average 40 to 60 visits per-day. Sunday that number jumped to 457. Monday at 6:15 pm Eastern, we were up to 2,362 views for that day alone. In the time it took me to get a snap-shot of the statistics page and post it on The Best Day Ever – So Far, that number jumped to 2,450. Almost a 100 views within 30minutes?! Seriously? Wow.
At the end of the day, Monday December 15, 2014 there were 4,557 views making yesterday my best day ever here on Springwolf’s Creations. Continue reading →
I’m not sure what happened three days ago. Someone shared a page from my blog on Facebook and suddenly everyone and his brother is stopping by to check out that share! Thanks for the promo. Wish I could see it, but tracking back to the specific referrers isn’t something that’s provided on my blog statistics.
In general my little blog here receives on average 40 to 60 visits a day. It depends on which day of the week. More on Monday and Friday to my technology posts. More on the weekends for my story posts. But three days the traffic tracker jumped to 298. Really? You all couldn’t find 2 more people on Saturday to come visit?
Sunday that number jumped to 457. And so far today Monday at 6:15 pm Eastern, 2,362. In the time it took me to get a snap-shot of the statistics page and post it here, that number has jumped to 2,450. So I suspect that number will keep rising over the next few hours of the day. Continue reading →