Inside readership on the rise, fall magazine published
From Oct.1-Dec. 31, 2012, Inside had 40,382 visits, 20,268 unique visitors and 67,906 page views. Not all of the visitors were from the U.S. Of the totals, 317 visits came from China, 315 from India and 230 from the United Kingdom.
The most-read stories were:
• Grad programs rank high nationally
• Student speakers to represent fellow graduates at commencement
• Harpur College unveils Wall of Excellence, quad
The three-month visit and unique visitor totals are up over the same time period from a year ago, even though the story announcing that Harvey Stenger was named president, in late November 2011, drew nearly 6,000 page views or more than 5 times greater than any story in fall 2012.
The 2012 totals are also much higher than those of 2010, which drew three-month figures of 24,047 visits, 10,996 unique visitors and 56,916 page views, when the biggest story was presidential candidates coming to campus.
The fall 2012 issue of Binghamton University Magazine hit mailboxes in November. If you’ve always wondered what a provost does, you can find out at binghamton.edu/magazine. You can also read about how one School of Management expert uses horses to help teach leadership, how one historian’s book explores the fight for sexual rights, what one alumnus believes is a cause of the world’s energy worries and how our alumni are showing students the power of a liberal arts degree.