What Were the Statistics for Sanityandsense.com in June, 2011?

   The exponential growth in readership continued throughout the month of June, 2011.  Sanityandsense.com had readers from 29 countries in June, 2011.  Readers visited this website from 35 states in the U.S.  Readers visited from 46 cities in the state of Florida, and from 185 different cities throughout the world. 

   All data was supplied by Google.analytics.  This website was read in 11 different languages.  The average time on site increased as did the new number of new registrants. 

   Fifteen states increased their TOTAL readership by + 100% or more.  These states were:  North Carolina, Iowa, Arizona, Virginia, Minnesota, Michigan, Alabama, Colorado, Hawaii,  New Hampshire, Nebraska, South Carolina, Arkansas,  Wyoming, and Maine.  The state of Florida had the greatest number of TOTAL readers and increased their readership by + 23.9% in June, 2011. 

   In the state of Florida, 28 cities increased their total readership by +100% or more.  They were:  Daytona Beach,  Port Orange, DeLand, Lakeland, Jupiter, Bonifay, Lake Worth, Winter Park, Leesburg, Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Boca Raton, Weston, Orange City, Sanford, North Miami Beach, Casselberry, Altamonte Springs, West Palm Beach, Tallahassee,  Delray Beach,  Gainesville, Dunedin,  Thonotosassa,  Ocala, Cape Canaveral, Clarcona,  and Hallendale.  The city with the greatest total readership was DeBary.  DeBary increased their total readership by + 10.45%.

   Sixteen foreign countries increased their total readership by + 100% or more.

   The four most read articles for June, 2011, were:

     1) Beauty Is In the Eye of the Beholder  – Published  May/20/2011

     2) President Bill Clinton  – Published June 8/2011

     3) Part 4 – The Broward County Cess Pool – Published  June/6/2011

     4) Danny Allen: Political Activist – Published June/6/2011

   The most consistent and loyal readers were from: 1) Finland, 2) Kenya, 3) DeBary, Florida, 4) Netherlands, 5) Bahrain, 6) Poland, 7) Israel, and 8) Weston, Florida.

                                                          R. Van Conoley

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