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Numbers that matter & not meaningless numbers just to impress.

Numbers that matter & not meaningless numbers just to impress.

What really counts is how many Internet users type your address on your browser. Thousands of visitors stumbling on to a website are meaningless.

Quoting how many millions of visitors from North America and the rest of the world may be looking at a website while surfing is quite meaningless. What does matter to us is how many actually type on their browser, because they were specifically looking for us and the information that we have online.
While we can only estimate how many readers read the printed magazine by the number of copies that are not left on the shelf, the figure for the online Portal are pretty much conclusive each month, so we decided to tell you about them.


July 2004 Costa del Sol

  • The average daily number of readers was 2179.59  (Tot. 67567)
  • The average time spent by each reader was 281.06 seconds.
  • The most visited pages were within the directory section (48.5%). 
  • The top entry point also was the directory followed by the home page.
  • The largest number of visitors from outside Spain was from the U.K. (6.44%) and, strangely enough, Holland (5.13%).

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