Year in Review: Website statistics 2017

Happy New Year!

Now 2017 has come to an end, I like to take a look at website traffic of the past year. Because there were no Olympic Games in 2017, it was a relatively quiet year.

General

  • Page views: +12%
  • Number of articles: +51% (437!)
  • Followers*: +35%

*Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and newsletter combined

Where our visitors came from

  1. United States 30,88%
  2. United Kingdom 8,19%
  3. Germany 4,81%
  4. Canada 4,80%
  5. South Korea 3,88%
  6. Japan 3,27%
  7. Italy 3,06%
  8. France 2,95%
  9. Brazil 2,81%
  10. Netherlands 2,63%

 Traffic peaks

  1. Second week of February: One year to go until PyeongChang 2018
  2. First week of August: London 2017 IAAF World Championships and Legacy Rio 2016 (one year on)
  3. Second week of December: IOC Executive Board meeting (Russian Olympic Committee suspended)
  4. Mid September: IOC Session in Lima (Paris and Los Angeles officially awarded Olympic Games)
  5. Second week of July: IOC Session in Lausanne (Descision on double allocation)

Most read articles that were published this year

  1. PyeongChang 2018; Construction Update Olympic Stadium
  2. 2024 Bid; List of Paris 2024 venues
  3. PyeongChang 2018; Map Gangneung Olympic Park
  4. PyeongChang 2018; Asif Khan to design building in Olympic Park
  5. PyeongChang 2018; Sport Pictograms

Most read articles

  1. PyeongChang 2018; Olympic venues in Google Maps
  2. PyeongChang 2018; Draft Competition Schedule
  3. Tokyo 2020; New renders Olympic Stadium unveiled
  4. PyeongChang 2018; Construction Update Olympic Stadium
  5. London 2012; Look of the Games

Most visited pages in 2017

  1. PyeongChang2018_Venues
  2. Tokyo 2020
  3. PyeongChang 2018_Introduction + Venue Map
  4. PyeongChang 2018_Look of the Games
  5. Beijing 2022

The topics that we have written the most about in 2017

  1. PyeongChang 2018 (13,9%)
  2. 2024/2028 Host City Election (13,7%)
  3. Tokyo 2020 (10,7%)
  4. Rio 2016 (9,8%)
  5. London 2012 (9,6%)

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