Analytics: April 2017

May 5, 2017

April brought a few rain showers and a total of 19,344 sessions from 13,622 users on See our April overview below:

In typical fashion, the U.S. pulled in the most web traffic this month, with a total of 12,360 sessions. The U.K. and Canada followed in second and third with 1,149 and 696 sessions, respectively. Hungary was also in our top countries again this month, beating France and Spain with 212 sessions. Take a look at our views by location below: 

In April, had 10,808 searches for photographers, meaning an average of 360 photographer searches per day.

Our photographer profiles brought in a total of 17,277 page views, leaving each photographer with an average of 24.7 profile views. From there, our photographers saw a total of 6,920 click-throughs to their websites, which averages out to be 10 clicks per photographer. Our average click-through rate was 40%. Alberto Oviedo had the most clicks to his website this month with 38, followed by Josh Andrus with 36 and Tai Power Seeff with 34. Here are our top ten clicked photographers: 

The Wonderful Machine blog brought in 6,835 views, which is in-line with our average numbers. We had some great posts in April that are definitely worth a read. See our top ten blog posts below:

If you missed reading about some of our photographers' projects, you can still catch up! And be sure to share your work with us so we can consider it for the blog. Here are our top 5 read blog posts published in April:

Christopher Beauchamp: Unseen Enemy

Shevaun Williams: Channeling Frida for Fashion

Scanderbeg Sauer: Dirty, Dark, & Dangerous

Colin Dutton: Performance By Design

Jorge Oviedo: Gauchos

That's all for April! Questions? Get in touch!

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