Posted by Elly Blue (Columnist) on August 3rd, 2009 at 3:28 pm
Here are BikePortland’s traffic stats from the month of July. Two of our stories — an editorial about the “Should Cyclists Pay a Road Tax?” ad on the MAX, and an article about a bid to convert the Memorial Coliseum into a venue for bike racing, were picked up and spread widely among local news media; our story about credit card fraud at an online retailer gained national attention.
Our third most popular story this month was actually posted in mid-June — the World Naked Bike Ride is, apparently, always news.
Finally, Jonathan’s story about a three-family bike camping trip he went on a few weeks ago was the sleeper story of the month, earning a lot of enthusiastic traffic and expanding the public view of just what’s possible with kids, and without a car.
Visits – 175,219
Average visit length – 02:58
Pages viewed – 385,813
Front page stories posted (not including our stolen bike listings) – 115
Top Five Stories (*In terms of pageviews analyzed by Google Analytics):
Check out our past traffic stats and top stories here.