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Good morning Mike. I had one once that was viewed over 45,000 times. That was a crazy number.
Mike Tizzano - I have 8,113....for a post written in 2011.
26,813. I also have 769 short url clicks (top number) on a listing post that only got 9 comments.
First, let me stress that clicks and views are not displayed properly all the way back. There used to be a column for clicks...and that meant someone clicked on the post (totally relevant) and then there were views...which simply meant they came up on search, but were not clicked (NOT RELEVANT).
sometime back - maybe a year or year and half ago, they changed things so that clicks = views...and they said at that point that these were = to the actual clicks.
Then a month or two ago they changed things again and now only show views and they are saying that is = to clicks. The problem is that for all the data before that change, they are showing the other irrelevant figure of views.
I hope that made sense, but I fear that it didn't. Basically, the data from before the switch is NOT ACCURATE.
So, my highest "Views" which is erronious is 36,998. This was before the switch (and before the switch the actual clicks on this post was more like 3,600. That post stuck out in my mind as it was such a difference.
My 2nd highest views (which is accurate) is 24,948 and that is for my July 4th post from last year. Now, of course, who cares because that didn't get me any customers.
I have 2 other flooring posts on here in the 19,000 - 20,000 click range.
BUT, on my own wordpress site, my results are much stronger. I have 2 articles w/ over 95,000 clicks...and those drive a tone of business as well as several others of my top 20 articles on my site.
I've asked this question and no one wants to respond. They'll all say " I'm just happy to get a customer, etc". I got 300 on a crummy Christmas post once. The average real estate posts get 75 to 120. not thrilling.
John McCormack, CRS
I would have to look and there is not time right now.
John McCormack, CRS
Good question Mike, I had to go look it up on my stats page, it is 7513
OK...I went back and did a quick check. Within the last two months my highest posts have 593, 489 and 479 views. Then I went back just over a year. One 4th of July post received 1627 views and another received 951. WOW. That was just two posts from July of last year. Most of my posts seem to be around 200 to 230. Maybe the numbers are low because I live in a rural area.
Mike Tizzano I really don't know. Where do you check?
I really don't know. It really does not mean that much to me.
Back when they were not reporting correctly I had about 8000. Now I don't have anywhere near that many.
I have never checked...I prefer how many phone calls.
9,801 views is my highest so far, but my average is probably in the 200's
I received 113 on my first and only blog post. I think I just hit a bit of luck with it getting "featured", so I don't expect that many for my next one (although it would certainly be nice!). Since I don't have an upgraded account I don't believe I can direct people to my blog through social media.