By Audlem Webteam - 1st December 2009 7:02am
OK, Audlem Online has never been known for modesty. However, we are sure regular readers will be pleased to know that November 2009 was a record month for the website.
17,249 'unique readers' clicked on to Audlem Online in the month, or an average of 575 readers a day, who read the news and other stories on Audlem Online. Anybody who clicks on in a single 24 hour period is a 'unique reader' — if they come back a second or more times in a day, that does not increase the number of daily readers.
Our thanks to all those who take an interest in our news and, in particular, to all our contributors who send in news stories and reports. Without you, Audlem Online would not be able to carry the range of stories and views that we are delighted to publish every day.
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