Another month, another analytics report! With May came warm weather, sunny skies and a good amount of traffic to the Wonderful Machine site. Last month, the search site saw 14,215 sessions and 19,351 pageviews, with the number of new visits up 17% from this time last year.
The blog saw a good amount of traffic as well, with 24,659 sessions and 85,845 pageviews, up 5% from this time last year.
Kayoua Xiong led our top clicked photographers last month with 138 visits, followed by Edgardo Contreras, Tungsten, Martin Bauendahl and Kevin Necessary.
Below are our top sources of traffic to the search site in May, led by the WM blog, Feature Shoot, Facebook, A Photo Editor and Colin Beckett.
Thanks to all of our members for another successful month! Below are a few recent successes:
Just wanted to let you know that last week I shot an ad for an agency out of Ohio, I asked how they got my name and they said WM. – Fernando Decillis/ Atlanta, GA
Just wanted to update you and let you know Arkansas Life picked up some stock imagery for use in the June issue. Will send over tears once they have them ready. Thanks for sending! – Amber Fouts/ Atlanta, GA
You guys got me a test shoot with LEXUS! I just finished the job today and it went great. The agency seems very pleased with the shots so far. When I’m allowed to share some pics I’ll send you guys a link to the page. WM is the best! – James Elliot Bailey/ Los Angeles, CA
I’m really excited to be working with the creative team at Wonderful machine. They’re a bunch of really talented individuals that are the best at what they do. I’ve never been disappointed with any of their services – Rolando Diaz/ Miami, FL
Just thought I would share some new work. This was my first magazine cover and my first job booked where they found me on Wonderful Machine so double win! – Willie Petersen/ Denver, CO
And that wraps up May’s 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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