e-Edition analytics for August 2017

In the core areas of pageviews, sessions, and users, Chinook Observer, Wallowa County Chieftain, Daily Astorian, East Oregonian, and Blue Mouintain Eagle were the top winners for increases for August over July. 

For all of our e-editions that had age data, the top group was 65+ this is consistent with the age groups of print and consistent with previous months. 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 analytic dashboards. If there are any questions or issues reading these reports, please let the Digital Team know. Percentages will show in green or red. Green is a positive growth, red is negative. Most of the widgets that break up the different information are set to easily answer questions of our website analytics and audience.

Analytics can be viewed at any time by visiting our analytics site here. If you would like any of those dashboards emailed to you, please email the digital team with the name of the dashboard and if you would like the analytics emailed to you either weekly or monthly.

BME

Sessions were down 0.71% (1,959 vs 1,973), pagevies 1.51% (20,822 vs 21,142), pages per session 0.81% (10.63 vs 10.72), average session duration 5.16% (6:50 vs 7:22) and bounce rate increased 15.02% (9.85% vs 8.57%). Users grew 2.10% (922 vs 903) and new sessions 0.94% (22.51% vs 22.30%). Desktop dropped 1.97% (18,369 vs 18,739) and mobile 24.98% (1,096 vs 1461). Tablet grew 44.06% (1,357 vs 942). Top way to view HTML5, iPhone and AndroidPhone. Top cities were Seattle, Portland, and Salem. Top age groups were 65+ and 55-64.

CBG

Sessions were up 8.60% (228 vs 211) and average sessions duration 3.22% (6:34 vs 6:21). Pageviews were down 19.65% (556 vs 692), users 1.80% (109 vs 111), pages per session 25.64% 2.44 vs 3.28), percentage of new sessions 5.57% and bounce rate increased 46.12% (13.16% vs 9.00%). Mobile was up 22.37% (93 vs 76) and desktop 40.48% (59 vs 42). Tablet fell 18.28% (76 vs 93). Top way to view the e-edition were HTML5, iPhone and iPad. Top cities were Astoria, Portland and Seattle. No age data collected.

CP

Sessions were down 0.71% (1,959 vs 1,973), pageviews 1.51% (20,822 vs 21,142), pages per session 0.81% (10.63 vs 10.72), average session duraiton 5.16% (6:59 vs 7:22) and bounce rate increased 15.02% (9.85% vs 8.57%). Users grew 2.10% (922  vs 903) and new sessions 0.94% (22.51% vs 22.30%). Desktop dropped 1.97% (18,369 vs 18,739) and mobile 24.98% (1,096 vs 1,461). Tablet grew 44.06% (1,357 vs 942). Top ways to view the e-edition were HTML5, iPhone and Android Phone. Top cities were Seattle, Portland and Salem. Top age groups were 65+ and 55-64.

CO

Sessions were up 15.38% (1,996 vs 1,730), users 6.91% (727 vs 680), pageviews 16.05% (32,574 vs 28,070), pages per session 0.58% (16.32 vs 16.23), and new sessions 6.26% (16.58% vs 15.61%). Average sessions were down 10.92% (10:14 vs 11:29) and bounce rate jumped 13.94% (5.86% vs 5.14%). Desktop increased 15.25% (854 vs 741), mobile 17.99% (610 vs 517) and tablet 12.71% (532 vs 472). Top way to view the e-edition was HTML5, eBook and PDA. Top cities Ocean Park, Portland and Long Beach. Top age groups 65+ and 55-64.

DA, SS, CRBJ, CW

Sessions were up 12.95%, (10,327 vs 9,143), users 9.50% (1,724 cvs 1,628) and pageviews 12.57% (114,048 vs 101,317). Bounce rate dropped 5.97% (4.14% vs 4.41%). Pages per session declined 0.34% (11.04 vs 11.08), average session duration 0.49% (7:49 vs 7:52) and new sessions 6.11% (7.14% vs 7.60%). Desktop increased 13.11% (4,123 vs 3,645), tablet 16.67% 3,500 vs 3,000), and mobile 8.25% (2,704 vs 2,498). Top way to view the e-edition was HTMNL5, eBook and Android Phone. Top cities were Astoria, Portland, and Seaside. Top age groups were 65+ and 55-64.

EO

Sessions were up 11.30% (11,756 vs 10,562), users 3.94% (2,060 vs 1,982), pageviews 8.29% (151,365 vs 139,783) and bounce rate dropped 5.82% (4.25% vs 4.52%). Pages per session decreased 2.71% (12.88 vs 13.23), average session duration 4.06% (12:11 vs 12:42) and new sessions 6% (8.86% vs 9.42%). Tablet increased 9.12% (4,138 vs 3,792), desktop 15.33% (4,115 vs 3,568), and mobile 9.40% (3,503 vs 3,202). Top ways to view the e-edition were HMTL5, iPad and Android Phone. Top cities were Pendleton, Portland, and Seattle. Top age groups 65+ and 55-64.

HH

Sessions were up 18.95% (295 vs 248) and pageviews 10.94% (2,808 vs 2,531). Users were down 5.45% (104 vs 110), pages per session 6.73% 9.52 vs 10.21), average session duration 12.12% (6:46 vs 7:42), new sessions 8.15% (20.00% vs 21.77%). Desktop was up 27.56% (162 vs 127), tablet 2.67% (77 vs 75) and mobile 56 vs 46 (21.74%). Top way to view the e-edition was HTML5, and eBook. Top cities were Hermiston, Salem, and Richland. No age data was collected.

OCT

Sessions were up 11.17% (428 vs 385), users 11.23% (208 vs 187) and pageview 0.48% (2,104 vs 2,094). Pages per session were down 9.62% (4.92 vs 5.44), average session duration 14.06% (3:20 vs 3:53), new sessions 4.22% (26.87% vs 28.05%), and bounce rate increased 12.44% (8.18% vs 7.27%). Mobile increased 5.79% (201 vs 190), tablet 17.17% (116 vs 99), and desktop 15.62% (96 vs 111). Top way to view the e-edition were HTML5, Kindle Fire, and Android Phone. Top Cities were Lincoln City, Portland, and Depoe Bay. Top age group was 55-64 and only age group that registered data.

WCC

Sessions were up 20.95% (1,709 vs 1,413), users 8.69% (613 vs 564), 30.04% (29,594 vs 22,757), pages per sesssion 7.52% (17.32 vs 16.11), average session duration 3.65% (10:38 vs 10:15), and bounce rate dropped 8.13% (4.10% vs 4.46%). New sessions dropped 3.73% (14.51% vs 15.07%). Desktop increased 24.45% (845 vs 679), tablet 16.67% (455 vs 390), and mobile 18.90% (409 vs 344). Top way to view the e-edition was HTML5, iPad, and eBook. Top cities were La Grande, Joseph, and Seattle. Top age groups were 65+ and 55-64.