What do you get out of your blog statistics?
I can understand the follower number. That’s the easy post. Either you have followers or you don’t.
I can also understand the country counts fairly. I can see that people from many countries visiting my blog. And I can see which country who is topping the list.
The comments numbers are also rather easy to get a picture of.
But then it get tricky for me. Visitors, views and likes. They don’t match at all.
I can have double up in number if likes i comparison to number of views. I know that reader-views doesn’t count if you don’t click on the post and just press like button instead.
The visitor counting also have a weird system. Every visitor doesn’t count if I got it right.
So, my point is, what shall I do with the stats information? I can’t really understand how to get this numbers of visitors, views and likes together to a true activity measure.
But, on the other hand. I don’t care that much. It’s fun watching the activity in numbers, but I think the comment field are the greatest measure.
There I can really get a picture of what you think, what you want to add, what you want to share. So I think I keep blogging for the comments, not for the numbers 🙂