Eyeglasses, Eye Conditions Articles Help Drive 20% Visitor Traffic Growth
San Diego, Calif., May 14, 2009 "Which Eyeglass Frames Would Look Good on You?" was the most popular vision-correction article on All About Vision during the first four months of 2009, helping to drive a 20 percent increase in website visitors over the same period last year, measured weekly by Google Analytics.
Rounding out the top five most-viewed articles were those about spots and floaters, conjunctivitis, color contact lenses and cataracts. The four most popular section home pages during that period were Conditions & Diseases, Vision Surgery, Eyeglasses and Contact Lenses.
Of the site's top 25 articles, five covered frame and lens topics, including articles on women's frames, men's frames, what's new in frames, and progressive lenses. The fastest-growing articles of that group covered blepharitis (up 107 percent) and cataract surgery (up 92 percent).
"Cost of LASIK" was the most popular Vision Surgery section article; in the Contact Lenses section, the most popular topics were color contacts, toric lenses and bifocals.
During this four-month period, All About Vision served more than three million unique visitors, with 90 percent coming from search engines and the remainder clicking through from sites such as Wikipedia, Yahoo! Answers and iVillage.
Launched in 2000, All About Vision is a one-stop, independent resource providing consumers with hundreds of pages of trustworthy, up-to-date information on vision correction and eye health. The site is expected to serve about nine million visitors this year.
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[Page updated May 2009]