What happens when you’re #1 on Designer News
Last week we posted Pexels on Designer News. We were on place one for about 12 hours. We got 48 upvotes and 16 comments were written. In this article I will share some insights about the DN users and what happend when we were featured.
Designer News is a small design community and a great place to find articles, websites and videos about design. It has only 6,900 registered members, but the impact of being #1 on DN is quite large (Update: I got an email from Matt from LayerVault, actually DN has 17,000 registred users. Sorry for making it smaller than it is ;).
Some stats about the users directly from Designer News:
- 1900 users
- 5600 pageviews
- 1:40min average session duration
- 60% bounce rate
Thanks to some users who shared our website in all kinds of social media platforms we got even more visitors and also one mention in a blog.
- Featured by SitePoint (500 users)
- About 50 Tweets
- 100 users from Google+
- 1000 users from Facebook
- Up to 80 page views per minute
Adham Dannaway heard of Pexels on Designer News and tweeted about it:
Looking for free photos to use in your websites? http://t.co/BZQUKLuFua #photo #free #design pic.twitter.com/iaKzNL5qXP
— Adham Dannaway (@AdhamDannaway) November 19, 2014
All in all over 6,000 users through being #1 on Designer News!
Demographics and other Stats
The typical Designer News user is a 30-year-old man from the US, MacBook user and surfs the web with Chrome (and hates IE).
- Operating System
- 83% Mac
- 11% Windows
- 95% Desktop
- 4% Mobile
- 1% Tablet
- 88% Chrome
- 11% Safari
- 0% IE (!)
- 40% United States
- 10% Great Britain
- 5% Canada
- 4% Germany
- 4% Netherlands
- 85% English
Thank you DN
Thanks for being a great platform for inspiring posts and being such a great community.
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