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Biggest Day Yet

Wanted to thank all of you for making yesterday AroundPhoenixville.com's biggest day yet. We had 374 unique visitors and almost 600 page views. These #'s bested our previous high of 283 visits and 398 page views on July 4th of last year. It also represents an increase of 355 visitors and 552 page views over May 12, 2007.

I wanted to thank all of you for taking a moment out of your day to stop by. And, in particular, a special thanks to those of you who contribute to the comment areas, its great to hear the different views that the people of our town have.

Jim

Comments

Anonymous said…
That's great news, Jim. Congrats.

Big thanks back to you for keeping us all informed.

On a personal note, your blog helped my husband's business a bit. He's massaged your sister a couple times and I believe she's a satisfied client.

Pretty cool how this world wide web connects us all.

Marianne Calilhanna
Anonymous said…
"It also represents an increase of 355 visitors and 552 page views over May 12, 2007"

So you got 22 unique visitors last May 12?
JW said…
19, but who's counting? :)

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