If you want to see at any point a live feed of social media and web analytics, as well as saved monthly social media reports, they're on the wiki page, soon to be moved over here.
Below is the total number of pageviews and unique pageviews for all of November.
The 10 most popular pages on the website for November:
Below are monthly referral methods to website over the past 9 months. It's likely that organic search will rise as more pages from the new site are indexed in search engines. The new site is also much more SEO-friendly, so that should help with organic search. It's possible that referral traffic will go down given the new layout of the new site; since it's mostly one page rather than many linked pages, a lot of the information is already immediately available and there's less of a need to move to a second page.
Four blogs were published on the site during November. The following numbers represent the number of pageviews for the month:
Women's Reproductive Health Remains an Electoral Priority, Shows New Senate Battleground Poll | Nov. 13, 2014
74 Pageviews | 0.65% of total on site
Average time spent on page: 2 min 04 sec
Voters Stand Behind Workers | Nov. 13, 2014
143 Pageviews | 1.25% of total on site
Average time spent on page: 4 min 15 sec
The U.S. Midterm Elections: What They Mean for the Future of U.S. Politics | Nov. 14, 2014
168 Pageviews | 1.47% of total on site
Average time spent on page: 8 min 14 sec
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Names Newest Vice President--Jessica Reis | Nov. 17, 2014
230 Pageviews | 2.01% of total on site
Average time spent on page: 1 min 46 sec
Five emails were sent during November. If you'll notice, two of these were sent to the International/GPU list, and three were sent to the general mailing list. Open rates and click rates for these below:
Below includes all the tweets from November 2014, impressions, engagements, and engagement rate. The top 5 with the most impressions are listed underneath the chart respectively.
Top promoted (paid) posts from November: