Hello, hello, hello, all you rock ‘n’ rollers all over the world! Guy Hogan is my name and flash fiction is my game. Welcome to today’s edition of Pittsburgh’s #1 blog celebrating female sexuality.
It is such a beautiful day in Pittsburgh today, sunny and the high around 58. I just came back from having my photo taken for my new driver’s license. Now several women (even recently) have told me that I’m good looking. And when I look in the mirror in the men’s room at Armand’s in Little Italy, I am good looking.
The photo on my new driver’s license is “Fright Night!” I don’t know what the hell to believe.
But I digress…
Recently, I was listening to the news on the radio and the announcer was saying how The Washing Post has a combined online and print circulation of 10,000,000 readers every month. What does this have to do with my little girlie magazine? Obviously, the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette can’t be compared to The Washington Post; but that doesn’t mean I’m not concerned with my monthly circulation. I am.
I have several sources that give me conflicting stats about my monthly circulation. So, I’ve decided to settle on the stats of the Google Analytics plug-in that I use and that has a chart right on my WordPress Dashboard. Here are the stats for the past 30 days.
Direct Traffic: 760
Organic Traffic: 3,335
Social Media: 318
Total Circulation: 5,630
Not bad not bad at all for a little online girlie magazine.
This is Guy Hogan reporting from The ‘Burgh.
Hail to Pitt!
P.S. Be sure to check the front page. You may have missed something.