It is usually in this dates to evaluate how was the past year, doing balance about what it has been achieved. This is what we do in this post.
In 2015, the blog suffered a very important growing in respect to 2014, being 35 times bigger, achieving 140,513 visits and 94,994 visitors. It means an average of 1,5 visits for visitor.
We have received visitors from 183 countries (a 95% of the total) from all over the world.
However, most half of the visits came from Spain (España), followed by United States (Estados Unidos), Mexico and Argentina.
This is a trilingual blog. Three quarters of the visits were in Spanish (Castellano), followed by English (Inglés) and Catalan.
Our efforts to share our contents is focuses on Facebook and LinkedIn, being these our main sources of visits. However, we have to highlight two facts:
- Almost a quarter of the visits are due to our effort on SEO because they provide from search engines (buscadores).
- Some followers have published our article on Menéame and this is the sixth source of visits.
Finally, we have published about 130 articles during 2015. The best article of each author is:
- Mireia Querol: Eating meat mad us humans
- Marc Arenas: Homosexuality is so animal
- Irene Lobato: Why do insects metamorphose?
- Laia Barres: The fig and its reproduction
- David López: How do temperature and global warming affect the sex of reptiles?
- Adriel Acosta: The plants and climate change
- Guillem Santamaria: The submarine observer
If you want to know which is our Top 10 with the most read posts, don’t miss this post!
I cannot finish this post without giving thanks to each of you that have been part of All you need is Biology during 2015, mainly to our readers, to those institutions that have shown their support, finally, to all the members of this project.