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April-October 2006 Report Online Statistics

     The Walking Horse Report Online continues to add to its total of  users and the statistics from the months of April through October give some idea of the wide usage of the site.

October 2006

Times registered users accessed the site - 104,064
Daily average - 3,357
Total number of page views - 775,654
Daily average - 25,021
Average time spent online - 7:45
Total time spent on line - 13,441 hours
Daily average - 433 hours

September 2006

Times registered users accessed the site - 118,267
Daily average - 3,942
Total number of page views - 1,159,509
Daily average - 38,650
Average time spent online - 9:09
Total time spent online - 18,055 hours
Daily average - 602 hours

August 2006

Times registered users accessed the site - 107,748
Daily average - 3,475
Total number of page views -  1,127,154
Daily average - 36,359
Average time spent online - 8:47
Total time spent online - 15,713 hours
Daily average - 506 hours

July 2006

Times registered users accessed the site - 88,708
Daily average - 2,861
Total number of page views - 720,929
Daily average - 23,256
Average time spent online - 8:13
Total time spent online - 12,123 hours
Daily average - 391 hours

June 2006

Times registered users accessed the site - 81,477
Daily average - 2,716
Total number of page views - 617,686
Daily average - 20,589
Average time spent online - 7:58
Total time spent online - 10,728 hours
Daily average - 358 hours

May 2006

Times registered users accessed the site - 84,030
Daily average - 2,710
Total number of page views - 657,799
Daily average - 21,219
Average time spent online - 6:39
Total time spent online - 9,243 hours
Daily average - 298 hours

April 2006

Times registered users accessed the site - 64,098
Daily average - 2,136
Total number of page views - 467,652
Daily average - 15,588
Average time spent online - 6:16
Total time spent online - 6,677 hours
Daily average 222 hours

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