2018 analytics for our Juriosity platform
At Basement Crowd, we launched Juriosity in Q2 of 2018 and we have seen significant uptake and use of the platform in our first launch year.
As a directory, knowledge hub and self-publishing platform, Juriosity allows legal professionals and organisations to demonstrate their expertise, whilst members of the public can use Juriosity’s directory to source legal professionals and read commentary and analysis.
As 2018 comes to a close, we have reviewed our analytics to see how Juriosity has helped to raise the profile of its users within the legal community since launching.
- Legal professionals are 2.7 times more likely to have their profile viewed by site visitors if they or their organisation regularly contributes content to our Knowledge Centre.
- People have spent over 2,210 hours reading content in our Knowledge Centre and searching our Directory for legal professionals.
- We’ve had 74,710 different visits to our site to explore our content and information.
- Barrister and solicitor profiles have been visited 47,378 times.
- Our directory of legal professionals and organisations was searched over 58,000 times.
- Tweets about our articles appeared 308,127 times on people’s Twitter timeline, giving experts’ articles even greater reach on social media.
The existing features of Juriosity are just the start of the journey – many additional features will be made available in due course.
If you have any questions about Juriosity, please contact the team.
Please note that the figures above run from late March to early December 2018. The Twitter impressions run from July to early December 2018, which was when we began to use Twitter consistently.
Emily initially worked as the Product Manager for Basement Crowd’s product, FromCounsel, before getting big corporate experience and moving to Penguin Random House. After being a Product Manager at Penguin and working across multiple B2C projects for some of the world’s most well-known authors, Emily returned to Basement Crowd to work on Juriosity from a strategic and BD perspective. She enjoys the overlap of product and strategy, with a sharp consumer focus. Emily holds a degree in Politics from the University of Cambridge.