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By Arena Webteam - 23rd May 2014 12:51pm
You know its a slow news day, when you get articles like this, but nevertheless its something to read and comment about on Share & Chat, if you wish...!
As of today, ARENA has had a total of 23,033 page hits, since its launch on November 5th, 2013 . The monthly page hit average is 3,330 hits, with the best month being November 2013, with 3986 hits.
As you might expect, the best total of any one day was the launch day on 5th November with 393 hits.
Since the launch of ARENA, there have been 118 news articles (hopefully more interesting than this one) with the most popular news article being...wait for it...The Mongrel of the Minshervilles play, with 388 hits...!
This is followed by:
New Vicar announced — 324 hits
Remembrance Day service — 282 hits
Traffic Calming initiatives — 277 hits
Seriously though, this is fantastic for a small community like ours to have so many people viewing the website. The ARENA webteam did have some trepidation about introducing a new format and changing the name, but it seems that you have accepted ARENA whole heartedly into the community.
So keep 'hitting' the pages ...and you never know, the next news article might be more interesting (it can't be any less interesting...can it...?)
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