Website Information and Statistics
The www.whatcanieat.com.au website is an established, published website that officially launched on January 1, 2009.
At a glance:
Traffic: 15 000 views per month
Database: 12 500 within the network database
Page Views per month: 120 000
Likes: 2557 (19.2.13)
Traffic Targeting Strategies:
As What Can I Eat does not specialise in just one of the dietary requirements, we have actioned a wide variety of strategies to drive traffic to this directory.
HOW Do we drive traffic to us and therefore find YOU??
- Organically (keyword searching) on Google we have a dedicated SEO and Adwords specialist, Mel Samson of Click Winning Content.
Summary of keywords searched within Australia, associated with the various dietary requirements.
- Google Ad Word campaign - we are building this across themes according to the Dietary filter. eg. gluten free campaign, wheat free campaign, dairy free etc.
- Food Guide Emagazines have been embraced and promoted across dozen`s of networks.
- Submitting media releases regularly to Media outlets
- Our Social Network, incorporating both Facebook and Twitter currently stands at 1300 members with an average growth of 150 members per month
- Our database currently stands at 12 500 in the What Can I Eat network, weekly e-newsletters are sent to our database including company and product features, promotions, articles and recipes. View archived issues here...
- We are continually establishing Web Partnerships with online companies who have significantly large amounts of traffic that have our customers also.
- View a full list of our Online & Offline strategies to drive awareness of the site, build the database and drive traffic to suppliers.
Just wondering if `corn free` and `glutamate free` can be added to your list of dietary requirements... My son has severe, multiple food allergies as well as intolerance to salicylates, amines & glutamate. Corn (maize) is 1 of his many allergies & is present in soooo many allergy-friendly foods as alternative flour source. To be able to screen out foods containing corn when shopping online would be fantastic!! Great site btw...Kind regards Annie
Great site, I have definately listed this into my Favourites.
It would be great if you had more product listings onboard. Thanks for the updates,Kelly, Ashgrove, Brisbane.