Inside Croydon: a message to our loyal reader(s)

From the Editor

In recent weeks, we have received here at Inside Croydon Towers requests from some curious quarters about the level of our readership.

As our loyal reader will know, we established this site in June 2010 to offer a point of view. We are happy to report that, over the past six months (May to October 2012), Inside Croydon has enjoyed record readership, with a total of

206,668

unique visits. That averages out to nearly 9,000 visits every week.That could be 9,000 different readers. Or it might just be Anne Giles clicking on the site 9,000 times a week.

Loyal reader: you may not be alone after all.

Thank you to all our readers, commenters and to our critics.

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About insidecroydon

News, views and analysis about the people of Croydon, their lives and political times in the diverse and most-populated borough in London. Based in Croydon and edited by Steven Downes. To contact us, please email inside.croydon@btinternet.com
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3 Responses to Inside Croydon: a message to our loyal reader(s)

  1. Anne Giles says:

    I have RSI, Stephen. I can’t click on your site 9,000 times a week. I do read it once a day, though. : -)

  2. keep up the good work IC. always enjoy your articles

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