CallingAllGeeks Monthly Traffic Report: February 2011

CallingAllGeeks Monthly Traffic Report: February 2011

Every month we publish our traffic report so that we can keep a track of our progress. It’s sad that month of Feb consist of only 28 days else we would have crossed 300,000 Visits milestone. But we expect to reach this milestone this month.

Here I’m sharing monthly traffic report of CallingAllGeeks for the month of February 2011.


Last month we reached 200,000 visits milestone and this month we are close to making it to 300,000 milestone. More over with the change of Google farmer algo, we are seeing a little increase in our search engine traffic after 25th Feb. This is one good news for us. The best figure is number of page views which is also increased and now it’s above 400,000 number. Our bounce rate is decreased and this is due to constant effort from our regular authors and editor.

Traffic source:


We have removed the mgid widget this month to see an effect on our bounce rate. We have also removed infolinks for a while to see how it will change our adsense + bounce rate.

We hope to touch new milestone in coming days. We are also hiring new authors.If you think you have the passion and you can be one of us, you can fill up this form to apply for becoming CallingAllGeeks Author.

Blog redesigning:

We are also redesigning our blog homepage design and if you want to add any suggestion or have any feedback, feel free to let us know.




Do let us know how was your month of Feb in terms of traffic.

Article by Harsh Agrawal

Harsh has written 183 articles.

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  • Keshav Gupta March 3, 2011, 3:08 am

    Congrats on 15k/day :)
    Thanks for the post! Gives a great insight that where should we actually push our traffic efforts.
    Btw I think mgid isn’t gonna affect your bounce rate as its just 1% of your traffic. Though it will bring down the load time considerably, thus lower bounce rate :-)

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