Friday, February 11, 2005
New feature: Tracking your blog's readership
For writers, we've added a frequently requested feature. The "Write" page now shows the number of page views on each of your blogs.
This number, which started at zero this morning, will increase by one every time a reader views a page on your blog. This number is updated in real time and will reflect your cumulative page views to date.
To get the total number of page views you've had since this feature was introduced, please return to your Write page or refresh it, and you will be able to see exactly how many page views you've had to date. At this time, this page views counter does not reset -- so you will be seeing *all* the page views you have had since the feature was introduced.
Please note that reading your own blogs will not increase this page views number. Furthermore, page views only increase when someone reads your blog, not when they read a comments page.
Please also note that this feature only tells you how many page views you've had on each of your blogs; rankings and earnings may not be directly related to page views since rankings depend on the number of unique readers each day and earnings depend on how many pages your readers are reading in total each month.
Updated: 3/16/05 12:08 pm