How many view/vistors are you getting per day?

Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by gulfjoe, Mar 18, 2014.

  1. gulfjoe

    gulfjoe LawnSite Bronze Member
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    As I am learning more and more about SEO and websites, I wonder how many views and visitors your sites are getting per day now that the season is starting to kick off. My visitors seems low, but then I think I advertise my SEO to a smaller market (Midland Ga instead of Columbus Ga) so my views may be lower. I am averaging about 5 visitors a day and around 20 views. How many are you getting?
     
  2. Ben Bowen

    Ben Bowen LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Larger market, active blog on my site. I am getting 50-70 visitors, 100-200 page views a day.
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  3. gulfjoe

    gulfjoe LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Hmm. I wonder what the big boys are getting in my area...
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  4. PaperCutter

    PaperCutter LawnSite Bronze Member
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    comparable traffic #s but my time on site #s aren't stellar at the moment. I'd rather have half the traffic but better conversion.
     
  5. ROS_Grounds

    ROS_Grounds LawnSite Member
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    We currently don't have an active blog so our hits are much lower but our conversion rate is extremely high.
    We only see 10-12 visits/day but again our conversions are very strong.
     
  6. dieselfuel

    dieselfuel LawnSite Member
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    My recently implemented SEO strategies have only been in place around a week and a half. In this timeframe I'm seeing about 5 visitors a day and they're viewing just over 3 pages per visit. So far it's only netted me one phone call. But I'm also a design/build firm - not mowing or lawncare.
     
  7. gulfjoe

    gulfjoe LawnSite Bronze Member
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  8. ROS_Grounds

    ROS_Grounds LawnSite Member
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    SEO often takes upto 3 months... after a week and a half you are seeing increase... that's a great start! And yah, for your business, you may see a lower conversion rate, being higher ticket prices and larger jobs.
    Converting a viewer on the webpage to a buyer!
     
  9. Ben Bowen

    Ben Bowen LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Any ideas why?
     
  10. PaperCutter

    PaperCutter LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Well, even the decent time on site, there's still not much in terms of additional pages beyond where they land. Looking at the search terms that lead people to me, I think that because I'm going for long-tail search terms I'm getting people who are looking for something very very specific, and when they get the info they need they're jumping.

    I also think my current website sucks as a sales funnel. I just completed a logo redesign with a new design firm, and I'm redoing my website here shortly. Hopefully get something that will drive conversions better than I currently am.
     

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