Saturday, November 16, 2013

'GameShowNetworkNews' receives boasted online traffic

With the recent news of major schedule changes in effective late November into December involving BlockBusters, Shop 'Til Your Drop, Sale of the Century, American Bible Challenge and The Newlywed Game, GameShowNetworkNews has received record-breaking traffic since it's launch in February 2013.

On November 13, 2013, GameShowNetworkNews received 575 page views. On November 14, 2013, GameShowNetworkNews received 791 viewers, more than double the average page views per day of 317 (Sep-Oct 2013) and 385 views per day (Nov. 1-7). In edition, on November 16, 2013, GameShowNetworkNews received 589 page views.

In edition, on November 8, 2013, GameShowNetworkNews received 545 page views.

GameShowNetworkNews receives most of its pageviews from Golden Road Forums, GameShowFollies and Google searches, with key words 'Game Show Network News', 'GSN The Chase second season' and 'Skin Wars'.


  1. Most people come here first because you have the finger on the pulse of the game show world. 9 times out of 10 you get the scoop well before any others. Why look elsewhere when everyone knows where to come for the most up to date info.

  2. You do really have one of the best blogs out there.

    Hey, did you notice on under The Chase's page, there's a "Become a Contestant" button allowing visitors to sign-up for notifications for Season 3 casting. You can tell GSN already loves The Chase enough and is really pushing for its success, but I think this adds to it. It may also be a hint that, even though the viewership hasn't been super, GSN still wants this show to last as much as possible. Also, there's note after signing-up says "Thank you, we'll notify you when our season 3 casting call begins." Notice the word "when." I'm not saying anything's definite, but it sure points The Chase in a good direction. Had the idea of a third season been up in the air, I'm sure GSN wouldn't have posted a "Be a Contestant" option on the page, at least yet. Also notice that The Chase's individual page is more significant than the other GSN shows, including Bible. It's nicely done too.

  3. I see that too and I'm very surprised to see that. I wouldn't get my hopes up too high, though.