We’ve been online since February 25, 2012 blogging about photographing the Lake Huron shores. Since February 25, 2012, we’ve written 12 posts with 4 posts being the monthly upload on the main site, www.finnerphotography.com for photo sales. The goal of the main site is simple; upload the best photos and provide a simple way to navigate the select few that make the cut. I just don’t want anyone to come to our site and get overwhelmed with options. Simple is always best.
Since I’m pretty new to the fine details of the blogging software, I eventually stumbled upon the stats of the site when we were at about 800 or 900 page views. Slowly but surely, the page views would trickle in and eventually we hit 1000 views late last week which is a cool landmark to hit, especially since the site has been marketed through Facebook and Twitter with a very small marketing budget (read zero!).
Even more cool than the 1000 page views is seeing where the views come from and I can say that Finner Photography has been viewed worldwide. Here is the map of the breakdown:
I’m looking forward to sharing the great news as time goes on when we hit milestones like 5,000 or 10,000 views. Thank you to everyone who has stopped by the blog and commented, or Liked Jason Finner Photography on Facebook. Your likes and kind messages are great to hear.
The web designer responsible for making all of this look professional is Mr. Ian Doig and he can be found at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need someone to make your company look professional, he is the guy to do it! Thanks again Ian.
I couldn’t make a blog post without posting a photo…the photo posted above was shot on July 18th, ISO 100, f16, 1/8s along Lake Huron near Kincardine, Ontario, Canada with a Canon 50D, 24-105 f4 IS lens.
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