The web site statistics for my presence in bloglandia have increased quite a bit since January 2007. Prior to September 2006 I was primarily blogging at my Oregon State University web account. I transitioned the OSU account over to ericstoller.com in September. Web statistics for September 2006 to January 2007 were fairly consistent: 2,000+ Unique Visits and about 4,000 Page Views.
In February 2007 I made a few search engine optimization tweaks and had referral links from sites with significant traffic. I’ve been getting 5,000+ Unique Visits and 7,500+ Page Views for the last four months. Organic Google searches represent the biggest piece of my site stats pie. I’m not sure if I can double my site stats every four months, but it would be kind of neat if I could.
The most popular posts on my blog are:
- Glacéau + Racist Voicemail Message: Glaceau is now owned by Coca-Cola and apparently they still feel the need to produce racist advertising.
- Racism bothers me too: My take on how the media does not portray racism as something that should bother white people.
- Free (United Airlines) ticket voucher: A lot of people are checking this link as they search for information on how to use a United Airline ticket voucher. I think it requires the assistance of MacGuyver.
- Minor mac mistake musing: Consumerist posted the gripping tale of my customer service experience at the J.W. Marriott in Washington, DC.
- Lakota Woman: I reviewed Mary Crow Dog’s book for my Ethics of Diversity class.
- Line Rider: Trading Lines and .Sol’s: Vegankid and I experimented (briefly) in trying to bring a social experience to the Line Rider game.
- Competency 9: Multicultural awareness, knowledge and skills: This is one of the essays from my Higher Education portfolio.
- “White privilege shapes the U.S.”: One of my first posts to generate a lot of discussion/comments.
- The Common Elements of Oppressions: Suzanne Pharr’s informative text on oppression.
- My new job: I start working at my new job next month!