eNeighbors Stats

We’ve been up and running with our beta application for about 2 months now, so I thought I’d share some stats with you. So far, traction is good, and the activity trending is very promising.

15 neighborhoods online
1222 registered users at 1157 unique addresses

Most of these communities have only been active for a few weeks. So far, our adoption rate is about 20% which is right on track with what we’ve seen in the past. It usually takes about 2-3 months to get to an average of 60-80% of a neighborhood online.

These neighborhoods are already posting some impressive traffic patterns:

Reporting period 4/12 – 5/11:
5,500 visits
55,000 page views
4.75 minutes average visit duration

Even more impressive, out of 1222 registered users, only 7 have opted to not receive our eNewsletter.

All of these data points reaffirm our assumptions: we have a uniquely captured audience that perceives great value from our service.

Have a great weekend! It’s beautiful outside (at least in Kansas City, anyway).

4 thoughts on “eNeighbors Stats

  1. I don’t understand why you guys don’t have a live demo like most sites do. I run various associations and it would be much better if you guys have a demo site that could be tested out. You cannot get a feel for the features in your presentation. most managers like myself do not have the time to contact you to go through service.

  2. Emma, we do have a demo site. We prefer to walk people through the demo to explain the full set of features (including our admin tool), but if you would like to look around on your own, you’re more than welcome.

    Here’s the instructions on accessing the demo site:

    1. Go to: http://www.eneighbors.com

    2. Enter zip code: 12345

    3. Select “eNeighbors Demo”

    4. Enter the following:
    – Email: demo@eneighbors.com
    – Password: password

    5. Take a look around.

  3. Thank you Phil. I am checking it out and it seems nice. I like the bulletin feature but how do you add bulletin? I see you can add an event, classified ad, but no bulletin? Are you selling licenses so this can be implemented into websites?

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