I do not normally do a yearly “recap” blog post, for the site, but I thought I would do so for this year. It’s been an interesting year for the site and the Here are some statistics.
Total number of posts: 193
Number of non-‘availability’ posts: 70 (including this one).
Number of Reviews: 12, which is an average of one a month.
- Total ‘Review’ word count: 47,822 / average of 3,985.16 words
- Shortest Review: Review of ElevationLab’s TagVault Keychain and MagBase – 1178 words
- Longest Review: Replacing My Apple AirPort Extreme Routers – 8589 words
Total Word Count (not including “availability” posts): 81,704 / average of 1,167.20 words
- Shortest Post: Apple Announces ‘California Streaming’ Event – 61 words
- Longest Post: Replacing My Apple AirPort Extreme Routers – 8589 words
Average Word Count: 1166.80 words per post
Number of “Availability” posts: 123
- AirTag: 13
- iPad Pro: 10
- iPhone 100
Total Page Views from 2016 to 2021:
- 2021: 13,860 / 37.97 per day
- 2020: 9,594 / 26.21 per day
- 2019: 13,475 / 36.91 per day
- 2018: 11,573 / 31.71 per day
- 2017: 29,126 / 79.80 per day
- 2016: 34,166 / 93.35 per day
I don’t normally post about how well my books sell, but here are those statistics: Total Books sold from 2019 to 2021:
I’m not sure why I sold significantly fewer books this year as opposed to previous years, but that seems to be the case. I am not sure if it just that I have not been linked from other sites, or if I did not promote my books well enough, or if it is because I only wrote one book this year instead of two so people presumed I did not write a book this year. It is also entirely possible that is for another reason that I could not think of.
I hope next year’s book sales will be higher, closer to 2019’s numbers.
App Updates: 9, with an average of 34 days between each release. Here are the new downloads of wwriteLite per year:
- 2021: 69
- 2020: 56
- 2019: 66
- 2018: 136
- 2017: 101
- 2016: 132
There are some big changes coming in the next update to the app. So if you want to be one of the first to get access to the features, go and sign up for the TestFlight.
Overall 2021 was not too bad for the site, app, and books. Of course I would have preferred to have sold a few more copies of the books, and had a few more downloads of my app, but alas, it is what it is. I hope the numbers improve for next year, but only time will tell on that.
What kind of content did you enjoy? What would you like to see covered that was not? What would you like to see changed? Let me know via twitter.