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I thought some may be interested in how the loyalregiment.com website did last month in terms of visitors.

Using Google Analytics I am able to report that between 1st – 31st March 2013 we had;

  • 1,066 visits
  • 654 unique visitors
  • 4,842 page views

The majority of which came from (in order of most referrals);

  1. Google
  2. Twitter
  3. Facebook
  4. Rootschat
  5. Bing
  6. Wikipedia

It should be noted that the website was fairly dormant up until 17th March whilst I was concentrating on another project. That can be seen in the image below, it would appear the new content I started adding on the 17th was beginning to be indexed in the search engines about five days later.



I’ll check again in a few months to compare then and now.

Thanks for your continuing support and interest in this project.

Paul McCormick
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