In doing a little research on online article writers and looking at the empirical data of their average article views per we find some rather fascinating information worthy of note. You see, those authors who completely specialize and write articles for specific purpose, with careful thought to titles, key words and stay fairly specific will indeed increase their article view averages over time.
Those who are the fastest movers will lower (only temporarily) their article averages until they take a breather. Yet, the total over all views will go up. Also I notice that our empirical data and listings were taken at the end of April when I only had 5777 articles to finish the month, as I have 6424 now, actually 6464, but I have to post them later this week. Now then, remember that there are higher traffic months also and your article averages will change somewhat.
I think the total views are more important than the article averages. Yet, I have maintained my steady 265 average throughout because I have increased the number of posts per month as a percentage of the increasing total you see, a little formula I use?
Also realize that eventually if I reach a certain rate of articles per month and remain fixed that the average article views will go up or if I cut down on the average number per month or even stop they will climb quickly also. One also should consider the categories which are most searched on the Internet. These are all considerations to think on when looking at online article stats. Consider this in 2006.