On 27-3-2012 15:40, Trudie D. Bell Wrote:
“I have had a website through Photoshelter for several years. I took the time to figure out how to do all the things that Photoshelter recommended to increase web visibility, including signing up for Google Analytics. I love Photoshelter and my website. It has been a useful tool in handling my photos. However, in that time, I have only had one sale. It was a delightfully easy experience that I wanted to repeat. As a result, when Jan Keteleer invited me to join Photographers’ Selection, I joined immediately.
I have been watched the statistics on my site through Google Analytics. I was quite pleased to see that in February, it had 54 visits, which was double the number of visits in January. However, I was stunned the last time I checked to see that on March 23 there were 90 visits to my site, on March 25, there were 70 visits and on March 26, there were 64 visits.
Those daily totals are more than my site has been getting most months in the past.
Jan says on his website that the connection process on the web is a gradual one that will yield increasing visitors over time. I look to future with anticipation.
A week after on April 5 Trudie wrote the following:
(please note: on March 24 there are no visits due to the upgrade, downtime of Photoshelter)
On April 19 Trudie wrote:
On May 4
Trudie Bell joined in December 2011 and has a subscription to the advanced plan.
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