Blog rankings January 2015

Rankings for the main political blogs that are registerd with Open Parachute. January is typically a lot quieter due to holidays and very little politics happening.

Whale Oil Beef Hooked

  • September: visits 3,716,364 page views 5,309,045
  • October: visits 2,008,487 page views 3,275,031
  • November: visits 1,776,421 page views 2,981,810
  • December: visits 1,764,050 page views 2,999,841
  • January 2015: visits 1,549,207 page views 2,771,035

Kiwiblog

  • September: visits 695,190 page views 1,093,806
  • October: visits 373,637 page views 604,405
  • November: visits 301,119 page views 522,519
  • December: visits 278,787 page views 515,827
  • January 2015: visits 232,512 page views 447,489

David Farrar was away on holiday in January and not posting for about a week.

The Standard

  • September: visits 429,438 page views 868,342
  • October: visits 255,449 page views 561,703
  • November: visits 194,646 page views 431,100
  • December: visits 182,211 page views 392,090
  • January 2015: 163,164 page views 356,129

The Daily Blog

  • September: visits 504,304 page views 813,779
  • October: visits 210,877 page views 347,647
  • November: visits 160,716 page views 259,736
  • December: visits 126,534 page views 203,1264
  • January 2015: 116,155 page views 188,868

Not all blogs supply Open Parachute with site statistics, notably Public Address and Pundit.

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5 Comments

  1. Mike C

     /  2nd February 2015

    Yours is probably the only Political Blog where the monthly statistics are steadily climbing, George 🙂

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  2. Mike C

     /  3rd February 2015

    Do you have access to the Whale Oils stats from January 2014, George ? It’s hard to ascertain how badly Blubber-Boy is doing, by comparing with last Septembers stats, which were extraordinarily high as a result of the general election.

    And is it my imagination, or has Ian gone MIA ? Has he got the pip with us. LOL.

    Reply
    • Alan Wilkinson

       /  3rd February 2015

      Took my “Get lost” to heart? Or is in a full-time anger management course?

      Reply
      • Mike C

         /  3rd February 2015

        @AlanW. Sadly, I’m not sure Ian has a heart. And besides, the man has skin that’s as thick as a Rhino’s. LOL.

        Reply
        • Alan Wilkinson

           /  3rd February 2015

          Not sure about the last, Mike. Sometimes sharp teeth come with soft skin.

          Reply

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