Another month, another analytics report! In March, our search site generated 15,843 visits and 22,727 pageviews, with the number of new visits up 34% from this time last year.
Of these visits, 57% came from the United States, followed by the UK, Canada, Germany and France.
The blog saw a particularly successful amount of traffic in March, with 26,587 visits and 102,352 pageviews, up 17% from this time last year.
Below are our top clicked photographers in March. Kayoua Xiong led the way with 120 clicks, followed by Tungsten, Martin Bauendahl, Trinette + Chris and Laura Stevens.
Thanks to everyone who let us know about a successful collaboration in the past month! Below are a few recent successes:
- “Good news from Paris! One month ago, Ann Harvey from US Airways magazine contacted me for an assignment in Paris. She found me through WM.” – Arnaud Fevrier/ Ivry sur Seine, France
- “I thought you guys would like to know that I answered one of the stockbox shout outs and it led to publication. In early December Der Spiegel put out a call for personal projects on youth. I sent along a blurb and some samples from my #kidsinthehood series and they published 5 frames. Thanks again!” – Heather Perry/ Bath, Maine
- “Recently, we started our first branding campaign for United Airlines. An ad agency called Purple Strategies found me through WM to work with them on major rebranding for BP after the oil spill. It’s been 4 years since the spill and I’m still working on that campaign. The BP shoots went so well that they decided to bring me in on their United campaign which we started in December in San Francisco.” – Marc Morrison/ Austin, Texas
- “I have just received my first assignment from an American client, the magazine Virtuoso Life. The picture editor confirmed that she found me on Wonderful Machine! Thanks to WM team!” – Denis Dalmasso/ Aix-en-Provence, France
And that wraps up our March analytics! If you need help understanding your own Analytics, we have a tutorial on Google Analytics and Google has an informative Help page as well.
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