By Audlem Webteam - 2nd July 2012 7:05am
Audlem Online achieved another record readership in June. Indeed, the 39,778 clicking on to the site during the month beat the previous best month in April this year by over 4,500.
The average daily readership was 1,326, up over 10% on previous months this year.
The Audlem Festival, and the interest generated amongst many wanting to check on the eighty plus acts and events, got the month off to a very strong start.
There was a further boost when the editor departed for his two weeks of holiday in a wifi-free zone and left the site in the sole charge of the remaining website members.
As always, they stepped up to the mark superbly and delivered the largest monthly increase in readership since Audlem Online started almost seven years ago.
The editor commented on his return to Audlem yesterday: “They did a great job and after a performance like that I feel another holiday beckoning!”
As always when we announce record figures, our thanks to all our contributors and readers for your continued interest.
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