Website Analytics for October

NOVEMBER 1, 2018

We invite you to come back monthly to see an updated summary of this website's performance. See for yourself how many Barefoot owners are visiting

Neighborhood Registration Summary

Below is a chart that illustrates the neighborhoods and the percentage of registered owners, in order of most-to-least.  We are excited to see our owners showing interest in the BRRA website and hope to make it a resource that keeps YOU coming back!!!

October Page Behavior

  • The homepage and login page continue to get the most page views.
  • The most viewed articles in October were:
    1. Hurricane Florence Aftermath
    2. Privacy Fencing Along Water Tower Road
    3. Welcome Your New Neighbors
    4. Traffic Committee Annual Report
    5. Meet the BRRA Candidates

October Emails

The eblast with the highest open rate in October was the news center refresh at 66.0%.  The blasts with the next highest open rates were the Tropical Storm Michael updates and Committee Applications for 2018.  Fourteen (14) total eblasts were sent in October with open rates ranging from 42.9% to 65.9%.  

Year-To-Date Overview

Dates of Note:

  • Eblast Announcements of News Center updates continue to be the greatest traffic driver to the website.
  • The most visitors recorded in a single day to date is 799 on July 1, 2018 which tied the record from May 1, 2018.


October Overview

October Statistics:

  • The average number of pages people look at per session: 3.72 pages
  • Average amount of time visitors spent on the site per visit: 3:38 minutes


The graph above shows the device usage for October.  These stats are almost identical to September's with only .1% difference between the phone and tablet usage.

  • 43.3% owners visited the website from their computer
  • 37.0% owners visited the website from their phone
  • 19.7% owners visited the website from their tablet 

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