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Knowing how all locally — indeed the whole nation — will be enjoying a deluge of statistics, some credible, some less so, from now until 7th May, we thought you might enjoy the latest figures from this website.

The first quarter of 2015 has shown another significant rise in AudlemOnline's readership. From January to last night, 31st of March, the statistics from Statcounter show a 31% rise in readers over the same period in 2014.

Last year went out on the crest of a wave with the Mend our Mum stories pushing readership to levels we never imagined in December — and which we think will not be emulated for some time to come.

While January's to March's figures returned to a more normal level, they still average out at well over 2,300 readers a day, with roughly twice that number of pages (or hits) being clicked on.

Our continued thanks for your interest.

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