Hemyock.org

Another year has raced past on the hemyock.org website. I thought I would report progress, especially as I am enormously proud of having kept a log of the number of users all year.   Last year’s report is on this link

The spreadsheet shows we had an average of 94 users per day during the year, a total of 34,106.   As far as anyone can tell on the web that’s real people, not ‘hits’.  Hits have been 2.2 million. The chart is here.  The black line is a rolling average of the previous 5 points.  Basically; you look at it more in the cold weather!

 

When I reported last year, the History of Hemyock was the most read piece, followed by Tracing Family History and then Parish Council.  Certainly the first two could be expected to attract a much more worldwide interest.  Let me draw this year’s winners out of the envelope.

 

There have been 230 Stories (on the front page), and 390 Calendar events this year.  Both of these are running at a steady level compared with last year.

 

 

On the Links side, we have sent (these are since we started 3 years ago);

 

On the picture front (again since we started);

 

Every picture tells a story!  Good luck and keep entering information for others to read and utilise.

 

Hemyock.org was much praised by the judges at the Calor Village of the year session. It turned out he ran his own village website, but had to do all the entries himself! 


Thanks to Matt Clements as always for running the site.  We will be approaching organisations for subscriptions again soon.

 

Paul Steed


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