Advertisers should read this
- Published: Wednesday, 01 February 2012 18:22
- by Administrator
Although what we really enjoy is helping coaches, sometimes (and usually around the 1st of the month) we have to remember that this actually is a business.
With that said, we encourage all of our viewers (over 1.3 million of them over the last year) to support the great companies that advertise on FootballScoop. We don't push products or companies that we don't believe in and the feedback that we get from our viewers about the companies we work with continues to be outstanding.
With that said, he's the update from January...
January 2012 was the largest month in the 13 year history of FootballScoop.com. All of the following stats are from Google Analytics and we provide these to all of our advertisers and prospective partners (everyone should do this...transparency).
In January, we had over 360,000 unique people visit the site (55% growth over January 2011). Nearly 130,000 additional people visited the site in Jan 2012 vs. Jan 2011.
The feedback we get from coaches is better than we've ever heard before. For the first time ever we had over 2 million visits to the site in one month....yes, that's just about 1 new visit to the site every second of the month (fascinating if we do say so ourselves).
Each week during January we averaged over 120,000 unique people visiting the site. Coaches from over 1,100 colleges, all 32 NFL teams, and thousands of high schools every week.
Over 10,000 people each day check the High School Scoop page and The Scoop was seen well over 100,000 times a day. Traffic to High School Scoop was up over 30% over traffic in January 2011.
If you are looking to reach football coaches and decision makers, there quite simply can not be a better place to do so. As one of our advertisers told us at the AFCA convention in January, "We're seriously considering directing all of our advertising dollars to FootballScoop because the return that we get for the investment is far better than anything else we've ever tried."