DID YOU REMEMBER TO JUMP AHEAD ON YOUR CLOCK!!
- I have 10 followers, and most of them are not people who are primarily interested in art and many of them I have followed back because they had boards I was interested in: gardening, interior design, rusted autos, quotes, etc. I have no idea really how they found me other than I have begun following some people with 1,600 followers, so??????
- For February I had 857 viewers to my boards, mostly US and Canadians. I average 13 daily viewers, and they look at an average of 30 pins daily.
- 78% are female and 21% males, for Pinterest I think that is to be expected
- My art page boards now make up 56% of the views
On Facebook I have increased followers by 10, thank you guys who started up when I asked earlier.
- 64% of my viewers are female, 31% age 45-64 and 23% age 65+ The guys are 31% between age 45-64 and 23% age 65+
- my viewers tend to be viewing spread pretty evenly between 9AM and 10PM
- Since I started my quotes/sketches I have ranged from a start of 16 to 90 viewers, now I personally don't know 90 people who watch my page, so .... I have also been contacted by Facebook and they have boosted, gratis, some of my posts, which expanded some of my viewership
I have seen changes also on my blog
- I am getting more viewers on my online gallery and some of those folks have gone over to my blog
- you have mere seconds to engage anyone
I also am seeing improvement on my online gallery. Most people still come when new pictures are posted and the original email notification goes out. However I have developed some people who have followed each new picture when posted.
- the bulk of my followers are still on the West coast, however, I am surprised at how many international people have checked in. That was my impression the numbers say 64 West Coast, 53 East Coast and 24 International
- again it surprises me that most of the interest has been in the birds I have posted
- 63% are new visitors, I am glad I am generating both new and revisits, not sure what a good ratio is supposed to be
- I am also starting to see people looking at the entire portfolio rather than just a featured picture
- most people are spending 10 seconds or less looking at a painting - whew, don't blink
- I also got a commission off of FASO during February, but don't think I have actually had a serious buyer for any individual pieces
Still have lots more to figure out and learn but ,for now, I'll just keep plugging along.