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Internet traffic up 14%



Traffic on the Walking Horse Report On Line site surged almost 14% over the previous week with 392,500 hits during the period of  August 22-28.  The nunber of  visitors increased 7% to 17,797 with Wednesday being the most active day with 72,752 hits from 3,042 visitors.

For the week, The Report averaged 56,071 hits from 2,542 visitors with news, high points, the poll question and results leading the traffic surge.  The busiest hour of the day was between 1:00 and 2:00 PM with an average of 28,366 hits and 1,034 visitors.  The slowest hour of the day was 3:00 to 4:00 AM with 1,263 hits and 140 average visitors, proving that people think about Tennessee Walking Horses 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Traffic the next two weeks is expected to jump dramatically with Futurity and Celebration results being posted as they happen as well as stories of each performance.  Also, high point standings will be updated nightly with a corresponding story outlining major changes.  The Report will have the most complete and accurate results available anywhere and this information will continue to be provided free of charge to subscribers and  advertisers.

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