BAC addresses stock market volatility

With the recent stock market volatility in the headlines potentially causing concern among plan participants, BAC Capital Advisors sent the following letter to 401(k) plan participants: After more than 18 months of nearly uninterrupted advances, the U.S. equity markets started declining last week, with a large sell-off on February 5, 2018. Although it is always […]


New mission to drive EOMG into future

2017 was a challenging, full-of-change, year at EO Media Group.  2018 is looking to be just as busy. It will bring new goals, challenges and changes to us.  Some we are in the midst of, some we are actively planning and some we have yet to envision. A positive change in 2018 is the new […]


2017 Year in review website analytics

Time on site remained within a few seconds from 2016 stats, and the overall average for all users went down by one second. Our audience came to our sites from social media platforms almost exclusively from Facebook. The Daily Astorian stats are skewed some due to bot issues on their site for a few months in […]


Q2 17/18 quarterly reports

Goal: you want about a 50/50 spilt between new and returning users or 60/40 at most. This also depends on what campaigns you have running at the time and their goal – is it to attract new customers – then you would expect your new percentage to be larger – or is it to retain […]


Website Analytics for December 2017

Below are the December 2017 analytics. Most of our core news sites fell in December compared to November and those that did grow were not by large amounts. Wallowa County Chieftain, Coast Weekend and the Eastern Oregon Marketplace were the only sites to increase across the core stat group listed below. Coast Weekend was top in social […]


Social Media Analytics for December 2017

Below are December 2017 social media analytics for all of our various accounts. Coast Weekend and Oregon Coast Today took home the top Facebook increases for the company in all core areas for Facebook – Reach, Views, Engagement, Clicks and Likes. Wallowa County Chieftain hit increases in all but two areas as did The Daily Astorian. […]


November 2017 Website Analytics

Below are the November 2017 analytics. Most of our core news sites grew from October in the three main areas, with all but one in mobile. All but one of our marketplaces grew in mobile, but our “other” sites had all but one decline in mobile. The biggest numbers are coming in for the quarter vs this […]


Social Media Analytics November 2017

Below are November 2017 social media analytics for all of our various accounts. Daily Astorian, Capital Press, Blue Mountain Eagle, and East Oregonian all had in increases in all core areas for Facebook – Reach, Views, Engagement, Clicks and Likes. Twitter remained flat or within 1-3% increase or decrease in various areas across the company. […]


EOMG Spreadsheet Analytics Overview Novmeber 2017

Most of our core news sites grew from October in the three main areas, with all but one in mobile. All but one of our marketplaces grew in mobile, but our “other” sites had all but one decline in mobile. The biggest numbers are coming in for the quarter vs this quarter last year in pageviews. […]


e-edition Analytics for October 2017

In the core areas of pageviews, sessions, and users, Chinook Observer and Daily Astorian were the only two publications that had increases in all of these areas.  HTML5 won out on all our sites as the top way to view the e-edition, which has been fairly consistent throughout the months.  The reports are from our […]