Who’s the leader of the pack when it comes to what Startup News readers read over the March quarter? The results are in …
As we launched ourselves into our sixth year – a startup is still figuring things out aged five right? – we took on a trio of new sponsors (thank you, thank you, thank you), contributors (more will be revealed soon) and published 61 articles including 4 podcast episodes.
Traffic to the site grew to an all time high. We like ‘all time highs’ at Startup News. 😊
Comparing Jan-Mar 2019 with the same period last year…
- Unique Visitors were up 37%
- Sessions were up 27%
- Page Views were up 40%
And if you compared the quarter to the same one 2 years ago, all measures were up 90-130%.
So, thanks for the support. If you want to do us all a favour here – please encourage more people to subscribe (for free) to the Fri 3pm email – there’s a handy sign up box on the right hand side of this page (or below if you’re on a smartiphone).
The top 10 most read articles Jan-Mar 2019 were:
- Keeping up with KeepSpace’s growth
- A taste of the States for Aussie startups
- Putting vehicle management into Ovidrive
- How to Blow Your Own Mind
- What are startups looking for in 2019?
- Online backyard produce marketplace launches
- Perth Web Girls announce BHP partnership
- A SaaS solution for your SaaS problem
- Springboard selects 2 WA entrepreneurs
- QuizJam rebrands to Komo
Launches, accelerators and news of growth were the most read stories this last quarter.
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We get by thanks to the support of our most excellent sponsors Wrays, BDO, Spacecubed and Curtin University. The money pays for the out of pocket expenses of the site, our uni media students (who are paid per post) and increasingly we will use anything spare to boost our reach and readership.
To that end, every story you share with your networks and on social media all helps people find us, and helps promote what is happening in and around WA’s burgeoning startup tech scene.
Go #WA #Startups!