Ashitaba Plant Insights
It has been about 20 months now since I launched this site. Since the time I was planning on how to feed information to people through this blog, I have always been thrilled. Being a channel that provides helpful information about ashitaba health benefits and everything I know about the ashitaba plant makes this site grow more each day.
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I’d like to thank readers for that. In this post, I’ll be sharing insights on this blog taken from Google Analytics (date range: August 2012 to April 2014).
Who are interested in ashitaba plant?
The number of people who becomes aware about ashitaba plant and its benefits is increasing. I am able to say this because of the increasing number of page views every month. Three age groups comprise of the sum of my readers: 55 to 64-year-old folks comprise of 39.53%; 44 to 54-year-olds, 34.88%; and 25 to 34-year-olds, 25.58%. This indicates that younger individuals are not that concerned about health or only a few of them search the web to know about ashitaba.
In terms of gender, there are surprisingly more females who visit the site. The result for this demographics is that a whopping 87% of viewers are female and the remaining percentage of the reading population consists of males. It’s also interesting to note that the top 5 categories of visitors are associated as movie lovers, technophiles, TV lovers, music lovers, pop music fans and shutterbugs.
Geographical-wise, 77.89% of the visitors are from the Philippines; 10.72%, from the United States; 1.06%, from Canada; and the rest of the countries that made it to the top 10 are: India, Singapore, Australia, Japan, Indonesia, Guam and Saudi Arabia.
Where do readers start finding and learning about ashitaba?
Apparently, the most popular post of all time is Multiple Health Benefits of Miraculous Plant: Ashitaba. I thought people get it right, as this is the post containing the basic overview of the major health benefits that one can get out of taking ashitaba regularly.
The second most popular is the Difference Between Japan Ashitaba and Gynura Procumbens. Yup, I agree that this is a must-know, since many people are confused and doubtful whether they are getting the real ashitaba from Japan or just the local version.
Third most popular is How Ashitaba Works as a Super Food. All the succeeding posts are related to this one, making it the third best starting point.
That’s all for now. I guess that based on these, the conclusion is that females from the Philippines whose ages are ranging from 55-64 are most interested about ashitaba plant. Does that sound and seem right? What say you? Feel free to post your comments below.
My next post will be about the new ashitaba products that will replace the current ashitaba capsules being sold in this site locally. These new items are winners considering price for value and the quality. So you may expect to get greater health benefits from ashitaba (Angelica keiskei) plant parts and also sustainability of use from the new products.
Had no idea. Thanks for the info. Going to do some homework!