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1 Traffic Analysis Project Jon-Eric Waddell Analysis Exchange Student Lauren Hock Analysis Exchange Mentor Marc Lee DallasFilm.org Sponsor

2 Overview Traffic Source Breakdown Referral Traffic Analysis Social Media Analysis SEO Analysis Content Engagement Mobile Analysis Key Findings Recommendations

3 Questions to Answer Where is the traffic coming from? Who is visiting the site? How engaged are the visitors with the content? What content was most engaging? How much of an impact is mobile making on site traffic?

4 Time Frame Measured Last 4 months: Dec 1, 2011 – Mar 1, 2012 Measurement Tools Used Google Analytics Metrics Measured Avg. Time on Site Pages per visit Bounce Rate Top Landing Pages

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6 Top Traffic Sources

7 Referral Traffic was segmented into 4 groups: Social Media Segment includes any source containing Facebook (mobile & non-mobile), twitter, linkedin and equaling t.co Film Enthusiasts Segment includes any source containing film, producer, movie, festival Campaign Segment includes any source containing mail Dallas Tourism Segment includes any source containing dallas, governor.state.tx.us and excluding film

8 Social Media Film Enthusiasts CampaignDallas Tourism Only the Dallas Tourism segment had above average engagement…

9 ….but only accounts for just above 2% of total site traffic.

10 75% of all Dallas Tourism traffic went through either the home page or to the screening room page.

11 65% of all campaign traffic went thru a screening room page.

12 73% of Film Enthusiast traffic went through either the Membership page or DIFF Passes on sale page.

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14 Facebook & Twitter pages are key for building brand recognition and interacting with fans/followers.

15 Social Media traffic, although nearly 11% of total traffic, has low engagement compared to site average. Twitter Facebook LinkedInSite Average

16 Nearly half of all Social Media traffic went through either the home page or to a first-15-titles-announced page. Very High Drop off rates after interaction with landing page. In that time Social Media accounted for 71% of total traffic! Between 2/15- 2/16 traffic tripled normal levels.

17 Less than.4% of total traffic had a social interaction with the site content. Although small, users that shared content had very high engagement.

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19 Search is a huge part of the overall traffic……..

20 …and highly engaged compared to site averages. Search Traffic Site Average

21 Here are the Top 20 Keywords used to reach the site. Out of the Top 10 keywords, 4 were different variations of DFS, 5 were related to DIFF.

22 Grouping the keywords into common themes gives a clearer picture of the search traffic. Searches related to fest/festival, dallas film, and screen/screening had high engagement compared to site average.

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24 The Top 25 most viewed pages make up over 75% of total pageviews.

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26 Of the top 25 landing pages, these pages had the highest engagement. The homepage is the major portal thru the site as nearly half of all the traffic starts here.

27 Conversely, of the top 25 landing pages, these pages had the lowest engagement.

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29 Mobile users currently make up 15% of total traffic to the site, but on average are slightly less engaged compared to site averages. While similar to the overall traffic trend, 8% more Mobile users prefer direct connection to the site than using search.

30 Over 40% of total traffic landed on the homepage

31 Mobile users showed slightly more dispersion in landing pages DIFF & Press release pages much lower priority than total site

32 Mobile visitor flow very similar to overall flow except mobile users were interested in internships more than DIFF.

33 Apple accounts for over 75% of total mobile traffic

34 Over the last 3 months, percent of mobile internet usage grew 13.2% globally, while mobile usage of Dallasfilm.org grew 50.7%. DallasFilm.org is ahead of the global mobile curve…. * Source:

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36 Homepage is centerpiece of website; users that land on the homepage are more likely to have higher engagement. There is a lot of opportunity to drive traffic with Social Media. Some minor tracking tweaks will tremendously enhance data usefulness.

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38 Setup tracking for sub-domains to avoid overstating referral traffic. Block internal traffic and social monitoring tools. Set up Site Search Tracking Set up Goals/Conversion Social Shares – Tweets, Likes, Follows, etc. Membership Purchase DIFF passes Submitting/Voting for films Downloading Donation/Sponsorship forms

39 Homepage extremely important; drive as much traffic as possible thru home page for higher engagement. Constantly refresh content. Make sure all images have updated alt tags for optimum search engine visibility. Links from other reputable sites positively affect search rankings.

40 Continue to use Social Media to build brand awareness and drive traffic. Use blog to drive/engage more traffic. Blog more frequently Add engaging related content Create synergy between Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and homepage Add link to homepage on Youtube.com channel Embed Dallas Film Society video in Dallasfilm.org site.

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44 Top Mobile Keywords 1. Dallas Film Festival 2. Dallas Film Society 3. Dallas International Film Festival 4. Dallas Film Festival Dallas International Film Festival 2012 Top Total Traffic Keywords 1. Dallas Film Society 2. Dallas Film Festival 3. Dallas International Film Festival 4. Dallas Film Festival Dallas International Film Festival 2012


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