- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
Last edited 16 Jul 2017
This table gives an indication of the typical amount of traffic received by each of the subject categories available on Designing Buildings Wiki. Articles may be in more than one category, and so the total percentage adds up to more than 100.
The table also gives an indication of the number of weeks that each category will typically take to get 200k impressions, assuming the site as a whole gets approximately 200k impressions in one week.
|Subject area||Category||Percentage of total traffic||Weeks to get 200k impressions|
|Contracts / payment||25.9||4|
|Cost / business planning||14.1||7|
|Products / components||14.9||7|
|Roles / services||6.5||15|
|Legislaton and standards||Case law||1.0||105|
|Health and safety / CDM||7.4||14|
|Standards / measurements||8.6||12|
|Projects and case studies||2.9||35|
|Publications / reports||2.0||51|
|Research / innovation||1.7||60|
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