So, at Parkview Field, nearly 600 of us ROSE and danced! Very cool! Even cooler? Take a look at the impact we had via our website and our Facebook page. So far …
Our website has had over 6,687 pageviews – over 10 times the impact of the event itself! Many more people than filled the stands at Parkview Field are now aware of the importance of ending violence against women and girls.
- Our best day was February 2 with 895 views (when the Flash Mob at One Summit Square was published).
- Next was February 14 (gee, who would have thought that?) with 723 views.
- The 15th and 16th had 662 and 522 views respectively.
Most popular web pages:
- The full length flash mob video – 208 views.
- Flash mob at One Summit Square – 193 views.
- Patrick Ryan’s event day photo collection – 173 views.
- The first Glenbrook flash mob video – 167 views.
- Thank you sponsors and partners – 103 views.
Our home page had over 1,450 views, so depending on what was posted there at the time, all of these pages probably had more views in actuality.
Perhaps most heartening – toward our mission to end violence against women and girls – is the fact that our Local Resources web page received 102 views. To those of you 102 who were in need of help, we are really glad you found the right place!
The most popular individually-clicked photos were all from the One Summit Square flash mob. Maybe that was because they were posted the longest – or maybe that was because our viewers all just like to watch us freeze (well, and have fun freezing).
Now, in all fairness, ALL of the photo galleries and photo posts received LOTS of views – and so we can’t really say which photo was viewed the most. We happen to love them all, and we particularly want to thank our great photographers, Tony Frantz and Patrick Ryan for an amazing job!
Over 1,300 of our viewers came to the website from Facebook. Yeah, I guess we did post a little bit over there. Over 5,000 people saw posts made by our facebook community page, and our Facebook friends who referred to our posts were responsible for over 2,200 of those views. This doesn’t count the posts on our event page – or the numerous posts that all of our friends made about OBRFW.
So, we’d all like to say thanks to each and every one of you who visited us at Parkview Field on the 14th, visited our website, or visited our Facebook pages. To you and to everyone who posted a link, tweeted or retweeted something, referred someone to us, or put up a poster, we say … “The impact of One Billion Rising Fort Wayne was incredible because of YOU. KEEP RISING!”