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The truth is if you had 17,426,285 views, it would matter not a whit.(unless you are making money selling advertising or juicing another enterprise)
The only thing that matters is are the readers doing what you want them to do in regards to your business. ARE THEY CLICKING?
Ten views and five clicks is dramatically better that 500 views with no action. The traffic will be directly porportional to the tools you use to drive that traffic.
Time to evaluate the content and copy so they align with your intent.
What I should suggest is to identify your competitors blogs and apply an analytics tool. This way you can set a base line for your area.
Saint Michael, MN
East Layton, UT
To me good traffic is when a reader actually calls me after they have read what I wrote. Number don't meen a thing if the calls don't come in,.
I am always happy with just 100, but I agree with Annette above.
I would consider 500 views to be excellent. That's 500 people that have read your message.
Sure it is very good.
How many leads are you generating?
You will get views from one year to the next, totalling over 2000. Within a couple of weeks you should have over 100, but it will grow as the weeks, months and years go by.
What really counts are the responses you receive from your blogs. If you are not getting calls, the views have little meaning.
I agree with the others. You want views and clicks from outside the AR community. Try to blog for your prospective client. Sometimes the low-click posts will resonate with prospective buyers.
Utah Hassle Free Group views are just numbers - if you don't convert a lead from your blog posts! So, if you have just 5 views and 3 calls - that's much better than 500 views and no calls! Just my two cents.