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 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 up 6.14% (1,003 cs 945), Users 3.84% (406 vs 391), Pageviews 0.60% (15,987 vs 15,891) and new sessions 8.32% (16.85%). Pages per session were down 5.21% (15.94 vs 16.82), average session duration 2.60% (10:15 vs 10:31) and bounce rate jumped 3.83% (5.38% vs 5.19%). Desktop increased 8.42% (528 vs 487), mobile 2.95% (244 vs 237), and tablet 4.52% (231 vs 221). Top way to view the e-edition was HTML5, PDA and eBook. Top age groups were 65+ and 55-64. Top cities were John Day, Portland, and Seattle.

CBG

Sessions were down 22.69% (167  vs 216), users 28.10% (87 vs 121), and new sessions 32.84% (16.17% vs 24.07%). Pageviews were up 37.54% (469 vs 341), pages per session 77.89% (2.81 vs 1.58), average session duration 11.80% (6:47 vs 6:04), and bounce rate dropped 6.59% (7.78% vs 8.33%). Desktop was even, tablet was down 12.09% (80 vs 91) and mobile 42.70% (51 vs 89). Top ways to veiw the e-edition were HTML5, iPad, and eBook. Top cities were Astoria, Portland, and Beaverton. No age data collected.

CP

Sessions were down 3.81% (2,043 vs 2,124), users 2.16% (951 vs 972) and bounce rate 0.46% (11.21% vs 11.16%). Pageviews were up 1.74% (24,259 vs 23,844), pages per session 5.77% (11.87 vs 11.23), average session duration 3.68% (7:42 vs 7:26) and new sessions 5.47% (23.94% vs 22.69%). Desktop was up 1.84% (21,498 vs 21,109), mobile 19.84% (1,492 vs 1,245) and tablet was down 14.83% (1,269 vs 1,490). Top ways to view the e-edition were HTML5, iPhone, and iPad. Top cities were Portland, Salem, and Seattle. Top age groups were 55-64 and 65+

CO

Sessions were up 5.95% (1,852 vs 1,748), users 5.89% (737 vs 696), pageviews 8.80% (33,222 vs 30,536), pages per session 2.69% (17.94 vs 17.47) and average session duration 1.59% (11:03 vs 10:52). Bounce rate dropped 6.51% (5.67% vs 6.06%). New sessions decreased 0.66% (17.33% vs 17.45%). Desktop increased 8.03% (821 vs 760), mobile 3.77% (550 vs 530), and tablet 5.02% (481 vs 458). Top ways to view the e-edition were HTML5, eBook and Kindle Fire. To cities were Ocean Park, Long Beach and Portland. Top age groups were 65+ and 55-64.

DA, SS, CRBJ, CW

Sessions were up 11.61% (10,404 vs 9,322), users 11.41% (1,835 vs 1,647), pageviews 19.94% (120,590 vs 100,541), pages per session 7.47% (11.59 vs 10.79), average session duration 6.17% (8:11 vs 7:42), and new sessions 10.20% (7.66% vs 6.95%). Bounce rate increased 14.54% (4.55% vs 3.97%). Desktop increased 14.84% (4,265 vs 3,714), tablet 14.20% (3,443 vs 3,015), and mobile 3.97% (2,696 vs 2,593). Top ways to view the HTML5, Android Phone, and eBook. Top cities were Astoria, Portland, and Seaside. Top age groups were 65+ and 55-64.

EO

Sessions were up 6.02% (12,561 vs 11,848), users 10.27% (2,190 vs 1,986), pageviews 1.57% (165,770 vs 163,203), average session duration 0.39% (12:46 vs 12:43), and new sessions 12.22% (8.74% vs 7.78%). Pages per session were down 4.19% (13.20 vs 13.77) and bounce rate increased 5.47% (4.07% vs 3.86%). Desktop was up 11.66% (4,462 vs 3,996), tablet 4.32% (4,260 vs 4,444) and mobile 1.75% (3,655 vs 3,592). Top ways to view the e-edition were HTML5, iPad and Android Phone. Top cities were Pendleton, Portland, and Hermiston. Top age groups were 65+ and 55-64.

HH

Sessions were up 14.40% (294 vs 257), users 12.07% (130 vs 116), average session duration 9.33% (7:11 vs 6:34), and new sessions 10.02% (24.83% vs 22.57%). Pageview were down 13.89% (2,325 vs 2,700), pages per session 24.73% (7.91 vs 10.51) and bounce rate increased 69.37% (10.54% vs 6.23%). Desktop was up 3.55% (146 vs 141), tablet 31.15% (80 vs 61) and mobile 23.64% (68 vs 55). Top ways to view the e-edition were HTML5 and eBook.  Top cities were Hermiston, Salem, and Pendleton. No age data collected.

OCT

Sessions down 9.50% (362 vs 400), pageviews 7.82% (1,803 vs 1,956), and average session duration 9.11% (2:56 vs 3:14). Bounce rate increased 52.59% (8.01% vs 5.25%). Users were up 1.71% (178 vs 175), pages per session 1.85% and new sessions 0.55% (25.14% vs 25.00%). Tablet was up 5.49% (96 vs 91), desktop was down 9.89% (82 vs 91) and mobile was down 15.60% (184 vs 218). Top ways to view the e-edition were HTML5, Kindle Fire, and Android Phone. Top cities were Lincoln City, Portland, and Depoe Bay. No age data was collected.

WCC

Sessions were up 5.72% (1,331 vs 1,259), users 9.56% (550 vs 502), pageviews 2.40% (21,747 vs 21,237), and new sessions 10.90% (15.33% vs 13.82%). Pages per session were down 3.14% (16.34 vs 16.87), average session duration 9.07% (10:00 vs 10:59) and bounce rate increased 28.50% (5.41% vs 4.21%). Desktop was up 4.83% (651 vs 621), tablet 5.01% (356 vs 339) and mobile 8.36% (324 vs 299). Top ways to view the e-edition were HTML5, iPad, and eBook. Top age groups were 65+ and 55-64 and top cities were La Grande, Joseph, and Seattle.