3,000 Weekly Visitors

March 5, 2010 · Print This Article

A study of the statistics to this site shows that from across the world it receives an average of 3,000 visitors per week. There were over 700 visitors last Monday, March 1st, the date in 1981 when Bobby Sands commenced his hunger strike. In the last week of 2009 we had 8,457 visitors and the busiest day since the site was upgraded in September 2008 was on Wednesday, 16th December, 2009, when we received 3,886 visitors. The busiest month was March 2009 when there were 21,407 views.

Wikepedia is the largest daily referrer and the most popular pages after the Home Page and the writings of Bobby Sands are the biographies of the hunger strikers, photographs, songs and lyrics, and book reviews.

 

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3 Responses to “3,000 Weekly Visitors”

  1. Carla on March 9th, 2010 12:42 pm

    Comóradh
    Roibeard Gearóid Ó Seachnasaigh
    Beirthe : 9 Márta, 1954
    Bealtaine do spiorad soar in aisce i gcónaí.

  2. peter mc adam on March 10th, 2010 8:51 pm

    hello ive been a regular visitor to the site for many months now.It shows bobby in the trueist light,like connolly a man of the people.A leader of men a true son, brother republican and martyr.I was 9 years old when bobby passed away.I was at school that day but was i’ll in the morning,like most old schooled dads my head had to be hanging off to get the day of school.So off i went by 10 o’clock i had been sick twice and so been sent home.When i got home my dad made me a bed up on the couch,i asked for the morning paper. When i picked it up there was a picture of a man which took up the whole front page with the headline Bobby Sands is dead.Right away i knew he was a very important man,the my maw told me who he was and why he died.That day will never leave me and began me on the long path of learning of our proud history.May the memory of his life and all the great rebel’s never go forgoten.Tochfaidh àrla

  3. CIARAN O MAINLE on March 15th, 2010 3:23 pm

    Carla did you mean to say, “beidh do spiorad saor in aisce i gconai.”

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