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mySouthfields.com website reports 30 March 2019 Interested in Mysouthfields is picking up and over the past 28 days attracted 216 users with a significant increase in page views. Curiously, although 88% of viewers were from the United Kingdom – and predominantly from this area – we also attracted interest from the United States, Brazil, Germany, Algeria and with one user in each of Botswana, China, Ireland, Italy and Ukraine. The most popular page over the last 28 days has been our article about students in Southfields, followed by Gould Watch and then Jewel Miah’s criticism of his own party for selecting Stuart Brady as its Parliamentary candidate. 17 March 2019 Arthur Gould’s letter in the Loughborough Echo attacking Paul seems to have had a beneficial impact on website traffic. Paul’s page has become the second most popular, after What’s New with Gould Watch in fourth position after Miah slams Brady – Jewel Miah’s attack on the selection of Labour parliamentary candidate Stuart Brady. 11 March 2019 Over the past 28 days MySouthfields.com was visited by 246 different users. 90% of them were based in the United Kingdom, 5% or in the United States and 3.2% in Germany. The most popular page was our advice to students on electoral registration which probably reflects the amount of work that Paul and Ted were doing among students during February and March. The next most popular pages were the success were dealing with empty homes followed by Gould Watch (monitoring the antics of Labour candidate Arthur Gould) and the start of the new skatepark extension in Southfields Park. Just less than 50% of users accessed the site on desktop PCs, 37.2% used mobile devices and 13.2% used tablets. 38.4% found the website through an organic search, 35.6% login directly and 26% reached the site through Twitter. 54% of users were male and 46% were female. 33.5% were in the 25-34 age bracket and 27.5% were 18-24. Only 5.5% were over 65.
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
mySouthfields.com website reports 30 March 2019 Interested in Mysouthfields is picking up and over the past 28 days attracted 216 users with a significant increase in page views. Curiously, although 88% of viewers were from the United Kingdom – and predominantly from this area – we also attracted interest from the United States, Brazil, Germany, Algeria and with one user in each of Botswana, China, Ireland, Italy and Ukraine. The most popular page over the last 28 days has been our article about students in Southfields, followed by Gould Watch and then Jewel Miah’s criticism of his own party for selecting Stuart Brady as its Parliamentary candidate. 17 March 2019 Arthur Gould’s letter in the Loughborough Echo attacking Paul seems to have had a beneficial impact on website traffic. Paul’s page has become the second most popular, after What’s New with Gould Watch in fourth position after Miah slams Brady – Jewel Miah’s attack on the selection of Labour parliamentary candidate Stuart Brady. 11 March 2019 Over the past 28 days MySouthfields.com was visited by 246 different users. 90% of them were based in the United Kingdom, 5% or in the United States and 3.2% in Germany. The most popular page was our advice to students on electoral registration which probably reflects the amount of work that Paul and Ted were doing among students during February and March. The next most popular pages were the success were dealing with empty homes followed by Gould Watch (monitoring the antics of Labour candidate Arthur Gould) and the start of the new skatepark extension in Southfields Park. Just less than 50% of users accessed the site on desktop PCs, 37.2% used mobile devices and 13.2% used tablets. 38.4% found the website through an organic search, 35.6% login directly and 26% reached the site through Twitter. 54% of users were male and 46% were female. 33.5% were in the 25-34 age bracket and 27.5% were 18-24. Only 5.5% were over 65.
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