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#24876 5-Aug-2008 16:33
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I've just looked at our numbers on Nielsen//Netratings...

In terms of page views we had 25.72% increase (total traffic), with 45.04% increase in our New Zealand traffic.

This comes from an increase of 8.37% in unique browsers (total traffic) and 19.33% (New Zealand traffic).

Great stuff! Thanks to all our users, thanks to our moderators, thanks to everyone!




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This is great news! 

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freitasm: I've just looked at our numbers on Nielsen//Netratings...

In terms of page views we had 25.72% increase (total traffic), with 45.04% increase in our New Zealand traffic.

This comes from an increase of 8.37% in unique browsers (total traffic) and 19.33% (New Zealand traffic).

Great stuff! Thanks to all our users, thanks to our moderators, thanks to everyone!


and I would imagine thanks for the huge increase in traffic for July must go to Apple, Vodafone and the iPhone?!

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  #154411 5-Aug-2008 18:22
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Some probably - but I wouldn't imagine all 45% to be because of that... The Freeview forum is a good hit.





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